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Virtual Courses to Help You Meet CE Requirements

Do you have the CE hours you need? We can help you get there.

Dr. *|LNAME|*, we have 2 controlled substances CE courses coming up on the TDA Dental Concierge. Here’s why you should take them:
  1. They can help you work toward meeting your TSBDE controlled substance requirements. 
  2. They’re good for regular CE hours toward your license renewal, too. 
  3. After you finish, the app will automatically update and track your hours for you!

Not sure what each course can do for you? Check out this infographic. 

These controlled substance courses are taught by Bill Claytor, DMD, MAGD. Dr. Claytor lectures nationwide on opioids, marijuana, burnout, perfectionism, and addiction.

Controlled Substance Prescribing and Management for Our Dental Patients
Audience: Dentists with DEA Permits who Prescribe Controlled Substances
CE: 2 Hrs Risk Management
Requirements: The TSBDE requires all dentists holding a DEA registration for prescribing controlled substances to take 2 hours of Controlled Substances CE. This course meets the 2 hour requirement. Dentists can also apply the CE hours toward the 8 CE hours allowed for risk-management each license renewal period. 

Effective Pain Management for the Dental Patient
Audience: All Dentists who Provide Direct Patient Care
CE: 1.5 Hrs Technical or Scientific
Requirements: The TSBDE requires all dentists who provide direct patient care to take 4 hours of Controlled Substances CE every 2 years. This course applies 1.5 hours toward the required 4 hours. Dentists can also apply the CE hours toward the 16 technical and scientific CE hours required for license renewal.

Click here to register on the TDA Dental Concierge site.

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ADA CERP does not approve nor endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

TDA designates each educational course for a specified number of CE units.

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