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Dental Sleep Medicine Mini-Residency 2018-2019
Credits: 70.00
This Mini-Residency Program is divided into three modules, each consisting of three days of lectures, workshops, and inter-module guided learning. This allows participants to incorporate their learning into their clinical practice as they progress.

DATE: October 18 - 20, 2018
January 10 - 12, 2019
April 11 - 13, 2019 | LOCATION: Boston, MA

Suture Materials and Techniques: Learn from the Experts
Credits: 7.00
This course will review commonly used suture materials as well as the newest additions to the surgical market. 

DATE: October 20, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Full-Arch Rehabilitation: How to Create Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Complete Dentures - From Basics to Current Standards
Credits: 6.00
This review course will cover the knowledge and procedures necessary to create proper complete dentures (C.D.), from the first visit to delivery. It will be useful to those seeking Board Certification as well as experienced professionals. 

DATE: October 26, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Prosthodontic Treatment Planning: The Challenges of Simple Cases and Complicated Rehabilitations
Credits: 6.00
In this challenging course, the how's and why's of prosthodontic treatment planning will be analyzed and discussed using an evidence-based approach and the available diagnostic and technical tools. 

DATE: October 27, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

The Early Management of the Developing Malocclusion
Credits: 6.50
In this lecture course, Dr. Carapezza will walk participants through the diagnosis using classification systems designed to help practitioners recognize, restore or refer out to ensure early treatment. 

DATE: November 2, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Best Practices for the Management of Complex Cases in the Dental Office
Credits: 6.00
Using an educational model called “Complex Case Management Seminars” that was developed here at Tufts, Drs. Mehta and Dragan will show participants how to incorporate interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration into daily practice.

DATE: November 3, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Direct Composite Restorations: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Minimally Invasive Treatment and Stress Reduction
Credits: 6.00
This program is designed for dentists who wish to improve their techniques and increase their success rate with direct posterior composite restorations, and who are curious about alternative treatment methods currently popular in the European market. Current evidence-based research supporting this technique will be presented.

DATE: November 3, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Medical Emergencies for the Entire Dental Team and Legal Implications for Dental Practitioners
Credits: 6.00
Through closed claim presentations, this seminar will explore the anatomy of a claim, the proper way to deal with board inquiries, and how communication and documentation can contribute to better care and decrease one's risk for claims.

DATE: November 7, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Your Responsibility: Infection Control in Practice & for Hand Hygiene
Credits: 3.00
In this two-part course, Karen Raposa will introduce participants to infection control principles and best practices pertaining to sterilization and disinfection of patient care items and dental unit waterlines, as well as hand hygiene, all in accordance with CDC Guidelines.

DATE: November 16, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Using Dental Lasers to Treat the Medically Compromised Patient
Credits: 7.00
In this combination lecture and hands-on course, Dr. Burchman will teach participants the ways in which lasers have made it possible to treat medically compromised patients, both young and old, in the dental office who would have previously required hospitalization to receive their dental care. 

DATE: November 17, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

What's Hot, What's Not, and What Works in Endodontics
Credits: 7.00
If you have been looking for an endodontics course covering all aspects of root canal treatment, then join us as we welcome back Dr. Brian Jafine for this full-day, multi-part lecture, which will cover a wide range of endodontic topics, including; diagnosis, historical and current materials and techniques, irrigation, obturation, regenerative endodontics, bisphosphonase, and the use and abuse of antibiotics.

DATE: November 17, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Contemporary Multi-Disciplinary Management of Clinical Challenges: From Single Restoration to Complex Full Mouth Reconstruction
Credits: 12.00
This interactive session features a panel of scholar-clinicians demonstrating their collaborative approach on how to treat patients whose anterior esthetics and/or posterior function are not satisfactory. 

DATE: November 30 - December 1, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Mind-Body Professionalism
Credits: 6.00
Professionalism is often conceived of as a weaving of cognitive and experiential approaches in a way that seems straightforward. In this unique workshop course, Dr. Pastan will introduce participants to different kinds of cognitive and experiential approaches, namely the mind-body practices of meditation and yoga. 

DATE: November 30, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers - An All-Inclusive Cosmetic Course
Credits: 16.00
TUSDM is proud to offer a university-based course so that eligible dentists can receive expert instruction in the use of botulinum toxin and dermal fillers for facial cosmetics. Participants will practice these techniques with cadavers and specially designed simulation heads. The course will conclude with a live patient care session in TUSDM's state-of-the art clinics.

DATE: December 1, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Pediatric Tongue- and Lip-Ties: Diagnosis and Treatment with Soft-Tissue Lasers (3-Day Hands-On Course)
Credits: 19.00
In this combination lecture and hands-on course, attendees will be introduced to the concept of laser frenectomies, an increasingly popular method by which dentists and physicians can treat tongue- and lip-ties in their patients.

DATE: December 6 - 8, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation (Hands-On Course)
Credits: 16.00
This course conforms to the American Dental Association (ADA) Guidelines for Teaching the Comprehensive Control of Anxiety and Pain in Dentistry. 

DATE: December 7 - 8, 2018
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Radiology Certification Course with Clinical Session I
Credits: 12.00
This is not an introductory course. The applicant should have a working knowledge of dental X-ray machines and their use. Applicants should also be familiar with dental radiology-related concepts and terminology.

DATE: February 8 - 9, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Radiology Certification Course with Clinical Session II
Credits: 12.00
This is not an introductory course. The applicant should have a working knowledge of dental X-ray machines and their use. Applicants should also be familiar with dental radiology-related concepts and terminology.

DATE: February 8 - 9, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Radiology Certification Course with Clinical Session III
Credits: 12.00
This is not an introductory course. The applicant should have a working knowledge of dental X-ray machines and their use. Applicants should also be familiar with dental radiology-related concepts and terminology.

DATE: February 8 & 10, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

'I Have it... You Need It!' and 'Composites Can Be 'Beautifil''
Credits: 7.00
In the first half of the day, join Dr. Glazer as he presents a potpourri of materials and techniques designed for making your workday easier, more productive, and fun! Perfect for doctors and staff, this unique program will discuss the “tried and true and the new”, from bioactive materials to patient communication tools and beyond!

DATE: March 8, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Extraction Socket Management and Minor Ridge Augmentation
Credits: 7.00
In this course, participants will learn how to choose bone graft material and apply bone grafts for predictable results. They will also become familiar with ridge augmentation, sinus augmentation, titanium mesh, membranes, and techniques for extraction socket preservation. 

DATE: March 9, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

TUSDM Goes to Bermuda!
Credits: 11.00

The morning CE session, led by CE favorite Morton Rosenberg, will focus on preparing and responding to medical emergencies in the dental office, local anesthesia and postoperative pain control.



DATE: April 13, 2019
| LOCATION: Southhampton, Bermuda

Crown Lengthening Workshop
Credits: 7.00
This course will include a discussion of techniques for both Functional and Esthetic Crown Lengthening, including: how to handle hard and soft tissues; proper surgical techniques; preservation of esthetics in the final tissue contours; and relocation of all structures that comprise the biologic width, namely: sulcus, junctional epithelium, connective tissue fibers, and bone.

DATE: April 26, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Enhancing Restorative Results: Soft Tissue Grafting
Credits: 7.00
Learn evidence-based solutions for the soft tissue challenges you face on a daily basis, and how to cover those exposed roots and predictably stop recession. In this workshop, methods will be illustrated to solve those problems and enhance your restorative results. Gain peace of mind knowing the gingiva stays in place by the margins of newly placed esthetic crowns and that you know when it is appropriate or necessary to refer to a specialist!

DATE: April 27, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers - An All-Inclusive Cosmetic Course
Credits: 16.00
TUSDM is proud to offer a university-based course so that eligible dentists can receive expert instruction in the use of botulinum toxin and dermal fillers for facial cosmetics. Participants will practice these techniques with cadavers and specially designed simulation heads. The course will conclude with a live patient care session in TUSDM's state-of-the art clinics.

DATE: May 18, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

Successfully Treating ALL Patients with Anxiety or Special Needs
Credits: 12.00
Treating patients with special needs or anxiety is often unfairly characterized as too difficult. If you have ever wondered about the best way to manage these appointments, we encourage you to attend this two-day course designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to treat all such patients!

DATE: June 7 - 8, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA

New Advances in Caries Management: Risk Assessment, Silver Diamine Fluoride, and Glass Ionomer Cement
Credits: 6.00
In this lecture, Dr. Young will present a scientific overview of caries management by risk assessment utilizing new tools such as the ADA Caries Classification System, silver diamine fluoride (SDF), partial caries removal, and glass ionomer cement (GIC) to managing caries. Actual clinical cases will be used to illustrate these concepts.

DATE: June 14, 2019
| LOCATION: Boston, MA