Friday, August 23, 2024

Dental CE at Home

No Travel Required!

Earn 8 Live CE Credits from the Comfort of Home During this Livestream Virtual CE Event from Today's RDH!

Early-Bird Discount Ends Friday, August 16th. Register now to lock in the savings!

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ABOUT THE EVENT

An affordable and convenient way to earn your live CE credits. Save time and money while learning with top-notch speakers presenting high-quality, relevant CE courses!

All courses are non-sponsored and focused solely on providing objective, evidence-based education.

Agenda:

  • Dot Your I's and Cross Your T's: Documentation and Ethics for Dental Professionals (2 CE)
    Presented by Dr. Emily Boge, EdD, RDH, CDA, FAADH, FADHA
    9:00 am – 11:00 am Eastern | 8:00 am – 10:00 am Central | 7:00 am – 9:00 am Mountain | 6:00 am – 8:00 am Pacific/Arizona
  • All Tied Up 2024: The Implication and Identification of Tethered Oral Tissues (2 CE)
    Presented by Pat Brinkman-Falter, RDH, MS, COM
    11:15 am – 1:15 pm Eastern | 10:15 am – 12:15 pm Central | 9:15 am – 11:15 am Mountain | 8:15 am – 10:15 am Pacific/Arizona
  • Dental Clinical Practice Guidelines for Evidence-Based Patient Care (2 CE)
    Presented by Spring Hatfield, RDH, BSPH
    1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Eastern | 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm Central | 11:30 am – 1:30 pm Mountain | 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Pacific/Arizona
  • 5 Shots for Local Anesthesia Success (2 CE)
    Presented by Tina Clarke, RDH, M.Ed
    3:45 pm – 5:45 pm Eastern | 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm Central | 1:45 pm – 3:45 pm Mountain | 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm Pacific/Arizona

Date: Friday, August 23, 2024

Time (please note your local time):

  • Eastern: 9:00 am 5:45 pm
  • Central: 8:00 am 4:45 pm
  • Mountain: 7:00 am 3:45 pm
  • Arizona: 6:00 am 2:45 pm
  • Pacific: 6:00 am 2:45 pm

Location: Online from the comfort of home or anywhere you have an internet connection

Topics: Documentation/Ethics, Tethered Oral Tissues, Clinical Practice Guidelines, Local Anesthesia

Total CE Credits: 8 CE (4 live courses, 2 CE each)

Price: $69 early-bird through August 16th. $99 starting August 17th.

Program Provider: Today's RDH (support@todaysrdh.com / prior to emailing support, please read through the FAQ below if you have any questions)

SPEAKERS

Dr. Emily Boge, EdD, RDH, CDA, FAADH, FADHA

Speaker | Documentation/Ethics

Pat Brinkman-Falter, RDH, MS, COM

Speaker | Tethered Oral Tissues

Spring Hatfield, RDH, BSPH

Speaker | Clinical Practice Guidelines

Tina Clarke, RDH, M.Ed

Speaker | Local Anesthesia

Kara Vavrosky, RDHEP

Event Host | Kara RDH

COURSE DETAILS

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Course Description: Detailed patient records play an integral role in dental practice success. This course is intended to increase awareness of the accuracy of records and to provide clinicians with guidance in maintaining appropriate records documentation in clinical practice. This course will also provide clear information and guidance for clinicians as they navigate the unique ethical decision-making challenges of private practice, reviewing the Standards of Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice and relating them to ethical decision-making in dental care.


Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the concept of ethics in relation to helping professions;
  • Discuss the purpose of accurate records keeping in clinical practice;
  • Define ethical retaining practices for dental records;
  • Describe the concept of informed consent;
  • Identify skills to avoid patient malpractice claims;
  • Maintain concise, accurate, and legible patient records;
  • Define ethical care competencies continuum in relation to practice;
  • Evaluate the Standards of Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice and how they relate to ethics, morals, and values associated with providing patient care.


Presenter: Dr. Emily Boge, EdD, RDH, CDA, FAADH, FADHA


Dr. Emily Boge is a dynamic force in dentistry, blending her extensive experience in both dental assisting and dental hygiene with a master's in healthcare administration and a dual Doctorate in education and organizational leadership. She is a champion for innovation, influencing manufacturers to prioritize practitioner input in product development. Through evidence-based research, she educates and evaluates products while advocating for accountability and empowerment among dental professionals. Dr. Boge shares her insights as a speaker and writer, always pushing the boundaries of dental practice standards and techniques.


Credits: 2.00 CEU


Date & Time: Friday, August 23, 2024 at 9:00 am - 11:00 am Eastern (8:00 am - 10:00 am Central | 7:00 am - 9:00 am Mountain | 6:00 am - 8:00 am Pacific/Arizona)


Topic(s): Documentation/Ethics


Instructional Method: Live Presentation


Location: Online Livestream


Prerequisites: None


Technology Requirements: Computer (recommended), tablet, or smartphone and an internet connection


Program Provider: Today's RDH (support@todaysrdh.com)


AGD Subject Code(s): 550 Practice Management (Ethics/Documentation)


AADH Course Code: AADHTDH-087-2024-08-2


Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Emily has an affiliation and/or a financial interest with Young Dental, Sunstar, Paradise Dental Technologies, Medicom, Dentsply Sirona, and Jell-Ed Educational Consortium.


Alabama Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Alabama, webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.


California Disclaimer: Today's RDH is an approved provider by the Dental Board of California (License #6066).


Georgia Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Georgia, as of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.


General Course Disclaimer: Please note that this course does not include state-specific dental practice acts/jurisprudence. Please check your state's CE requirements and see the course description and objectives to ensure this course meets your state's requirements.





Course Description: Tongue and lip ties have recently dominated social media, with nonprofessionals diagnosing from posted pictures. Not only is this dangerous, but it threatens the professional image of "missing the diagnosis" and the consequences to the dental industry. The identification of the tethered oral tissues within the oral cavity, how to recognize and assess them, and their consequences will be discussed. This course will also include a look into the definition and the history of tethered oral tissues, embryological developments, genetics, and nutrition affecting development and how it affects oral function throughout life. The chairside assessment utilizes an objective, measurable instrument developed in Brazil and refined by this speaker, and case studies will be shared.


Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Review embryological development of the tongue and frenal attachments;
  • Understand genetic considerations relating to tethered tissues;
  • Identify nutritional needs for pregnancy and beyond;
  • Recognize intraoral and extraoral signs of tethered tissues;
  • Discuss indications for tethered tissue treatment;
  • Employ assessment of tethered oral tissues in the clinical dental setting.


Presenter: Pat Brinkman-Falter, RDH, MS, COM


Pat Brinkman-Falter, RDH, MS, COM, is board-certified in orofacial myology and owns Nebraska Myofunctional Specialties. She is a professional continuing education speaker on courses in airway, birth to six oral development, newborn airway development, recognizing myofunctional disorders, TMJD pain management, and tethered oral tissues.

Pat is a member of the American Dental Hygienists' Association, the International Association of Orofacial Myology, the American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry, the Association of Applied Myofunctional Sciences, and the creator of the "SPOTS" myofunctional screening tool. She has held several leadership positions within the Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association, including president and delegate. Pat has received numerous awards, including Young Dental's Hygienists Who Make a Difference in 2013, Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association Dental Hygienist of the Year in 2013 and 2024, the ADHA Irene Newman Outstanding Clinician Award in 2015, and the IAOM Rosemarie Van Norman Prevention Award in 2020.

Her years of experience with tongue thrust, digit sucking, TMJD, and other areas of orofacial myofunctional disorders have been hugely successful. Pat has an innovative approach, allowing the patient to achieve overall confidence by providing an individualized, positive treatment plan. Pat has practiced orofacial myology since 2008 in Central and Eastern Nebraska. She and her husband have seven children and ten grandchildren.


Credits: 2.00 CEU


Date & Time: Friday, August 23, 2024 at 11:15 am - 1:15 pm Eastern (10:15 am - 12:15 pm Central | 9:15 am - 11:15 am Mountain | 8:15 am - 10:15 am Pacific/Arizona)


Topic(s): Tethered Oral Tissues


Instructional Method: Live Presentation


Location: Online Livestream


Prerequisites: None


Technology Requirements: Computer (recommended), tablet, or smartphone and an internet connection


Program Provider: Today's RDH (support@todaysrdh.com)


AGD Subject Code(s): 130 Electives


AADH Course Code: AADHTDH-088-2024-08-2


Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None disclosed


Alabama Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Alabama, webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.


California Disclaimer: Today's RDH is an approved provider by the Dental Board of California (License #6066).


Georgia Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Georgia, as of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.





Course Description: Health care in every area should be based on evidence. For years, the medical profession has evolved to provide better guidance and protocols to provide the standard of care across the board, whereas dentistry is practiced on a spectrum. Evidence-based dentistry aims to integrate the best available evidence with clinical expertise and patient needs and preferences. The best available evidence is grounded in research that provides evidence to support the treatment protocols used. The objective is to improve the quality of dental care our patients receive as well as calibrate treatment protocols for clearer guidance. This course reviews the evidence-based clinical practice guidelines the American Dental Association has set for best practices and standards of care.


Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the concepts of evidence-based dentistry;
  • Summarize clinical practice guidelines for antibiotic stewardship;
  • Recognize guidelines of methods for caries management;
  • Describe clinical practice guidelines for the evaluation of potentially malignant disorders in the oral cavity;
  • List clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of chronic periodontitis;
  • Review radiographic guidelines tailored to patient's needs;
  • Interpret when medical clearance is needed to treat patients with select medical conditions.


Presenter: Spring Hayes Hatfield, RDH, BSPH


Spring Hayes Hatfield, RDH, BSPH, is a graduate of Florida State College at Jacksonville, and she holds licensure in Florida, Louisiana, and Alabama. Spring is on the Advisory Board and holds the position of Continuing Education Manager at Today's RDH. Her passion is elevating the dental hygiene profession through science, education, and clinical excellence. In her free time, she loves traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband, children, and the animals at her useless animal farm. She can be reached via email at Spring@TodaysRDH.com.


Credits: 2.00 CEU


Date & Time: Friday, August 23, 2024 at 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Eastern (12:30 pm - 2:30 pm Central | 11:30 am - 1:30 pm Mountain | 10:30 am - 12:30 am Pacific/Arizona)


Topic(s): Clinical Practice Guidelines


Instructional Method: Live Presentation


Location: Online Livestream


Prerequisites: None


Technology Requirements: Computer (recommended), tablet, or smartphone and an internet connection


Program Provider: Today's RDH (support@todaysrdh.com)


AGD Subject Code(s): 149 Multi-Disciplinary Topics


AADH Course Code: AADHTDH-089-2024-08-2


Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None disclosed


Alabama Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Alabama, webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.


California Disclaimer: Today's RDH is an approved provider by the Dental Board of California (License #6066).


Georgia Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Georgia, as of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.





Course Description: Giving as few injections as possible is preferred not only by the patient but also by the clinician. Fewer injections mean less anesthetic and less time devoted to the anesthesia process. Understanding why your injection may fail helps you avoid multiple injections, too. This course guides the dental professional through five injections (PSA, IO, AMSA, IA, GG) to achieve profound quadrant anesthesia. Participants will review the anatomy of the head and neck as it pertains to anesthesia, have a detailed review of injections with still photos and technique videos, review common causes for anesthesia failure, and gain a refresher on the anesthetic dose.


Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify anatomical structures related to the PSA, IO, AMSA, IA, and GG injections;
  • Understand delivery techniques for the PSA, IO, AMSA, IA, and GG injections;
  • Identify reasons for anesthesia failure;
  • Calculate the maximum recommended dose for anesthetics.


Presenter: Tina Clarke, RDH, M.Ed


Tina Clarke, RDH, M.Ed, is the leading voice in anesthesia dental education. From head and neck anatomy, health histories, and practical tips and tricks to getting anesthesia right every time, Tina employs adult learning principles, equipping her course attendees for success.

A nationally published author, speaker, certified CPR instructor, and founder of Teacher Tina RDH, she keeps her skills and knowledge current while continuing to serve the profession as a clinician, educator, trainer, and speaker. Tina is an approved provider by the Oregon and Georgia Board of Dentistry to provide education for the initial permit for local anesthesia and the American Academy of Dental Hygiene as a continuing education provider.

Her teaching, training, and presenting style is upbeat and fun, making even the most difficult topics a delight to learn.

Tina has been a clinical dental hygienist for over 20 years and an educator for nearly 15. She received her bachelor's degree in dental hygiene in 2001 and her master's degree in education in 2013.


Credits: 2.00 CEU


Date & Time: Friday, August 23, 2024 at 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm Eastern (2:45 pm - 4:45 pm Central | 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm Mountain | 12:45 pm - 2:45 pm Pacific/Arizona)


Topic(s): Local Anesthesia


Instructional Method: Live Presentation


Location: Online Livestream


Prerequisites: None


Technology Requirements: Computer (recommended), tablet, or smartphone and an internet connection


Program Provider: Today's RDH (support@todaysrdh.com)


AGD Subject Code(s): 340 Anesthesia and Pain Management


AADH Course Code: AADHTDH-090-2024-08-2


Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Tina has an affiliation and/or a financial interest with Septodont, DentalPost, Kettenbach Dental, and is the owner of Teacher Tina RDH LLC.


Alabama Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Alabama, webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.


California Disclaimer: Today's RDH is an approved provider by the Dental Board of California (License #6066).


Georgia Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Georgia, as of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, this CE course is considered self-study.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do these CEs meet the requirements for my state?

  • Today's RDH is an ADA CERP and AGD PACE-recognized provider, both of which are recognized by all 50 states.

    Your state's Dental Practice Act, which can be found on your state's Board of Dentistry/Board of Dental Examiners website, includes your allowable duties, CE requirements, the rules pertaining to your state, etc. Although Today's RDH is recognized by all 50 states to offer CE courses, some states have requirements for specific courses, such as needing board approval. Please check your state's Dental Practice Act for your state's CE requirements. We highly encourage all dental healthcare professionals to check their state's Dental Practice Act often, as rules, regulations, and CE requirements can change.

    Alabama Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Alabama, webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE requirements. Instead, these CE courses are considered self-study.

    Georgia Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Georgia, as of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, these CE courses are considered self-study.

    California Disclaimer: Today's RDH is an approved provider by the Dental Board of California (License #6066).

    Documentation and Ethics Course Disclaimer: Please note that the documentation and ethics course does not include state-specific dental practice acts/jurisprudence. Please check your state's CE requirements and see the course description and objectives under "course info" to ensure this course meets your state's requirements.

Are these CE courses considered "live" or "in-classroom?"

  • These courses are being presented live (not pre-recorded), presenters will be available to answer questions from participants (i.e., "interacting with the presenter"), and attendance will be continuously verified. The certificate of completion (CE certificate) will state they are live courses.

    Whether these CE courses are considered "live" or "in-classroom" depends on your state's CE requirements (please see disclaimers below). Please check your state's Dental Practice Act for your state's CE requirements, which can be found on your state's Board of Dentistry/Board of Dental Examiners website. We highly encourage all dental healthcare professionals to check their state's Dental Practice Act often, as rules, regulations, and CE requirements can change.

    Note for Tennessee: As of July 1, 2022, a live interactive webinar is considered in-person continuing education. This amendment to the statute defines a "live interactive webinar" as an internet-based broadcast in which viewers may interact with a presenter in real time.

    Alabama Disclaimer: Webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE requirements. Instead, these CE courses would be considered self-study.

    Georgia Disclaimer: As of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, these CE courses would be considered self-study.

 

Are these CE courses truly live and not pre-recorded?

  • Yes, these CE courses are being presented live and in real time. They are not pre-recorded. Being truly live is important because several state Dental Boards do not consider pre-recorded CE courses as meeting live CE requirements. If you are audited and used pre-recorded CE courses toward your live CE requirement, they may not qualify for re-licensure, and you may fall short of your required courses.

When will I receive an email with links to each course to log on?

  • Once you register for the event, you will receive an email from Eventbrite with your links for each course. Be sure to check your spam box. In order to properly track attendance for the event, each attendee will have unique links to log in to each course: one link per course, for a total of four links. Do not share your links with anybody, or you will not receive your CE certificates of completion for attending. If you share your links and more than one person is logged on using your links, the tracking software that verifies how long you were in attendance for each course won't work correctly.

How do I get my CE certificate/proof of completion? Will it be emailed?

  • You will receive your CE certificate of completion via email within seven days after the event concludes. It is very important that you use the same email address to log in to each individual course as you used to register for the event. If you use different emails, there is no way to verify your attendance with your registration. Please note you must be logged on to each course for at least one hour and 40 minutes per accreditation guidelines to receive CE credit.

    We recommend you create a SimpleCert account to access all of your CE certificates. Instructions on how to create an account will be in the emails that include your CE certificates (one email per CE certificate). Check your spam box if you have not received your CE certificates or only received some of them. Again, please give us seven days to verify attendance before reaching out to support. 

Are there test questions at the end of each course?

  • Unless your state requires a quiz/assessment to be taken at the completion of live CE courses, you are not required to take a quiz. For states requiring a quiz, each course's quizzes will be made available.

    Your state's Dental Practice Act, which can be found on your state's Board of Dentistry/Board of Dental Examiners website, includes your allowable duties, CE requirements, the rules pertaining to your state, etc. We highly encourage all dental healthcare professionals to check their state's Dental Practice Act often, as rules, regulations, and CE requirements can change.

Is it mandatory to fill out the course evaluations to receive CE credit?

  • It is not mandatory to fill out course evaluations to receive CE credit. However, they are much appreciated because they give us valuable feedback to improve future events.

Will this be offered on any other days besides the day listed?

  • Because this is a live event (not pre-recorded), it can only be watched on the date and at the time listed. Please note your time zone because once each course starts, there is no rewind button to start the course from the beginning.

When is your next live virtual CE event going to be?

  • We plan each live, virtual CE event one at a time. We aren't organizing and planning our next event right now, so we don't know. However, if you'd like to be the first to know when we announce our next event, you can sign up for our email list by going to todaysrdh.com and entering your information in the box that says, "Get Today's RDH Sent Directly to Your Inbox." We also offer on-demand (not "live") self-study CE courses, which can be found here: https://dentalce.todaysrdh.com/

Why is this event on a Friday?

  • Before we organize these live CE events, we've put out surveys. Based on the feedback from these surveys, we base which courses are offered, and the day most people prefer. The majority stated they prefer a Friday or Saturday. Our last CE event was on a Saturday (June 1, 2024), so we are holding this event on a Friday (August 23, 2024). Though we try, we simply cannot please everyone.

Why aren't these CE courses free?

  • There are costs for putting on events like this: An IT team to ensure the event runs smoothly, speaker compensation, software costs, etc. To offer CE courses at no cost, we would need to have sponsors (i.e., manufacturers/companies pay for our expenses), and this event is completely non-sponsored. Though there is a cost to attend this event, it tends to be cheaper than attending an in-person dental conference, especially for those in rural communities who have added travel and hotel costs on top of in-person conference registration fees.

What is the latest to sign up?

  • The latest to sign-up is 15 minutes before the last course of the day or when the event sells out.

Are there breaks?

  • Yes, there will be 15-minute breaks between each course.

What if I only want a couple of the courses being offered?

  • These courses are being sold as a package, not individually. If you prefer not to watch and receive CE credit for a particular course offered, you are free to step away during that time and return for other courses during the day.

Do I have to sit and watch the whole thing? Can I attend this CE event if I'm at work?

  • We highly suggest you watch and pay attention to each course just as you would if you were attending an in-person dental conference to take continuing education courses. We do not recommend attending this CE event if you are at work or distracted.

    Dentistry is an evidence-based healthcare profession, which is why continuing education is required for re-licensure. Continuing education aims to keep dental professionals up-to-date on current patient care protocols, research, treatment modalities, techniques, and best practices. Its overreaching goal is to enhance clinical and overall skills to protect patients' health and safety and best meet the needs of patients. If you don't pay attention or are distracted, taking continuing education courses does not serve their intended purpose.

    If there are certain courses you don't want credit for, you can step away at those times. There will be breaks in between the courses. Please remember you must be logged in to each two-hour course for a minimum of one hour and 40 minutes per accreditation guidelines to receive CE credit. The webinar software tracks your time in the event, and there will be no exceptions made to those who do not attend for the minimum amount of time.

Are there refunds?

  • Full refunds (minus Eventbrite fees) will be available through August 16, 2024. Starting August 17, 2024, no refunds will be offered. Please make sure you are available to attend before purchasing and that you have a strong internet connection.

Can we sign up as a group, or does everyone need to sign up separately?

  • Everyone who wants to receive CE credit must register and log into each course individually. This is because CE certificates are awarded based on comparing who purchased tickets and how long that person attended each course.

    CE credit will not be given to the entire group if a group is viewing on the same device. CE credit will only be given to the person who is logged in to the device.

Are these courses only for hygienists, or can doctors and dental assistants take them, too?

  • These courses can be taken by doctors, hygienists, and dental assistants. However, please check your state's Dental Practice Act for your state's CE requirements, which can be found on your state's Board of Dentistry/Board of Dental Examiners website. Or, check DANB requirements if you are certified through DANB.

Is there a cap on the number of attendees?

  • There is a cap of 5,000 attendees.

What is the processing fee?

  • The processing fee is an Eventbrite fee they charge for using their software.

Do I have to watch this on a laptop?

  • You can watch from any device with an internet connection or data, including laptops, desktops, tablets, or smartphones.

What happens if I get disconnected?

  • Click on the course link again and log back in using the same name and email you registered with. If you continue having connection issues, try restarting your device or router and/or using a different device, but please ensure you log back in using the same name and email you registered with.  

Are these CEs reported to CE Broker?

  • Not directly. Just like an in-person conference, the certificate needs to be manually submitted to CE Broker. To do this, you will need to upload the CE certificate of completion to your CE Broker account.

Can the course presenters hear or see me?

  • No, the speakers can't see or hear you. You interact with them through a live chat.

Will closed captioning be available during this event?

  • Yes, we will have closed captioning available during the event. Attendees can choose to turn it on or off.

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL support@todaysrdh.com

 

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REGISTRATION

Today's RDH Dental CE at Home continuing education (CE) courses meet the standards for approval with ADA CERP, AGD PACE, and AADH. CE Certificates of Completion for the live courses will be sent out within 7 days of the conclusion of the event after attendance and purchase is verified by Today's RDH.

Alabama Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Alabama, webinars do not meet in-person/face-to-face CE credit requirements. Instead, these CE courses would be considered self-study.

California Disclaimer: Today's RDH is an approved provider by the Dental Board of California (License #6066).

Georgia Disclaimer: If you are licensed in Georgia, as of January 1, 2024, webinars do not meet in-person at an on-site course or seminar CE requirements. Instead, these CE courses would be considered self-study.

Documentation and Ethics Course Disclaimer: Please note that the documentation and ethics course does not include state-specific dental practice acts/jurisprudence. Please check your state's CE requirements and see the course description and objectives under "course info" to ensure this course meets your state's requirements.

Refund Policy: Event tickets are refundable (minus Eventbrite fees) through August 16, 2024. Starting August 17, 2024, tickets are non-refundable. Reply to your confirmation email prior to August 17, 2024 to request a refund. 

Contact: Need any help? Contact support@todaysrdh.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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