Our FREE EDIC webinar series provides Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the benefit of our busy dentist members – new professionals, seasoned dentists, and student dentists alike. You can take many of these practical courses about best practices for risk management in dentistry at your convenience. These webinars are just one more way EDIC helps its dentist members stay up-to-date and minimize dental professional liability claims. As a plus, when you successfully complete the test for a course that you have not previously taken, you become eligible for the EDIC Risk Management discount for policy renewals in the following two years.
EDIC is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP.
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Webinars can be taken at your convenience throughout the year. All EDIC webinars can earn you 2 CEU’s per course
Achieving Excellence with Direct Posterior Composite Restorations
Clinical success with direct posterior composite restorations is the result of an informed utilization technique, superior adhesive performance, composite resin selection and a light curing protocol.
By: David N. Bardwell, DMD, MS
Care for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Patient
Not all LGBT patients are getting standard care in the dental setting. And YOU could be the cause.
By: Jeffrey E. Greenberg, DMD
Case Study: Medicare Fraud
Currently, over 100 million individuals have their health insurance provided by Medicare and Medicaid. With the implementation of Obamacare these numbers are on the rise.
By: Leonard Morse, DDS, FICD
Contemporary concepts of adhesion
This presentation will review the state of the art in resin-based adhesion to tooth structure.
By: Ed Swift, DMD
No CEU credit for this course. An EDIC?LIVE Student Webinar Contracts: Can You Read Their Language? What Every New Dentist Needs to Know
By: Kristen M. Whittle, Associate and Greg Vanden-Eykel, Associate, Barton Gilman LLP
Dental Ethics in the Workplace
How practicing with a sound ethical basis can lead to a more satisfying practice as well as limiting your involvement in the judicial process.
By: Eric Weinstock, DMD
Dentistry's Answer to Medical Longevity: Why it's time for a paradigm shift?
Attendees will learn why dentists need to embrace practicing geriatric dental medicine, essential treatment planning considerations and how we can hope to achieve this paradigm shift in clinical practice.
By: Dr Kadambari Rawal
Diagnosing Orthodontic Problems
Learning Objectives: Recognition of developing malocclusion & Interceptive treatment for guidance of dental development & Identify and Treatment objectives for malocclusion in the permanent and post permanent dentition.
By: Lokesh Suri BDS, DMD, MS
Endodontics for the GP, What I Wish I Knew as a General Dentist
At the conclusion of the webinar attendees should be able to: Have knowledge of necessary examination and testing to arrive at a proper pulpal and periapical diagnosis.
By: Mark Desrosiers, DMD
Eye Safety in Dentistry and Associated Liability Issues
The objective of this webinar is to express an experimental-work-supported opinion regarding the inadequacy of the present dental mask and eyewear for protecting dental care practitioners.
By: Peter Arsenault, DMD, MS and Amad Tayebi, Sc.D., Esq.
Informed Consent and Record Keeping – How They Can Help You Render Better Care to Your Patients and Keep You Safe
Most practitioners believe the worst thing in the world that can happen to them is to be sued for professional malpractice.
By: Debra K. Udey
Medical Emergencies in the Dental Offices
While medical emergencies are not common in the dental office, all staff and doctors need to have the perception of possibilities, be prepared, and practice regular drill.
By: Alan Fielding, DDS
Professionalism is often conceived as a weaving of cognitive and experiential approaches in a way that seems straightforward.
By: Christina DiBona Pastan, DMD
The most common complication from surgical removal of impacted third molars is injury to the inferior alveolar and lingual nerves. Dr. Fonseca will discuss the anatomy involved, proper surgical procedure, as well as the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of these injuries.
By: Raymond Fonseca, DMD
Oral Pathology Affecting Children and Adolescents
This course will focus on pathologic lesions of the oral soft and hard tissues that occur primarily in the pediatric and adolescent age group, starting at birth.
By: Robert D. Kelsch, DMD
Oral-Systemic Interaction: The Opportunities & Barriers for Advancing Healthcare
This course will educate participants about the current evidence related to how oral and system health interact. We will also discuss the implications for the delivery of care, not just in the future, but today.
By: Romesh P. Nalliah, DDS, MHCM
Digital photography is an integral component of your practice armamentarium. It is as important in patient intake as well as during the course of treatment.
By: Ronni A. Schnell, DMD
Practical Periodontics: A Review of Core Periodontal Concepts
A review of various patterns of bone loss: Vertical vs. Horizontal. Gain a better perspective on various bone grafting procedures and a review of materials utilized in grafts.
By: Ancy Vernier, DMD
Pre-natal oral health care
Massachusetts Department of Public Health data demonstrates that women are much less likely to obtain oral healthcare during pregnancy than before pregnancy.
By: David Leader, DMD, MPH and Anubha Sacheti, DMD
Prosthetic Complications and Dental Implants
A distinction must be made between implant survival and implant success. Achieving long term esthetics and function can only be accomplished by proper communication between the surgical and restorative disciplines.
By: Christopher Salierno, DDS
Responsible Pain Management in the Opioid Overdose Era
The control of pain and perioperative anxiety have been instrumental to the delivery of most dental procedures since the profession advanced from the ‘bite the bullet’ approach to controlling acute procedural pain.
By: Raymond A. Dionne, DDS, PhD
Silver Diamine Fluoride: What Is Its Place in Oral Health Care?
Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) received FDA clearance in 2014 as a desensitizing agent to be used off label to arrest caries. In October 2016 it was awarded breakthrough therapy designation for caries treatment.
By: Cheen Y. Loo, BDS, PhD, MPH, DMD, FAAPD
The 7 Deadly Sins of Smile Design
From veneers, to crowns, to composite…whether you use that term or another, we all have patients who want and need dentistry in the anterior segment. We’ve also all had patients who’s expectations were just a tad too high.
By: David R. Rice, DDS
The Grand Slam Early Years Of Private Practice
Have you ever thought to yourself, “If I had only known then what I know now?” Remember bumps, bruises and fiascoes during those early years?
By: Mark E Hyman DDS, MAGD
Treating with Plastic - the Limitations, Liabilities and Possibilities
This course will highlight the obstacles, pitfalls/liabilities and opportunities all dentists considering treating orthodontic issues with plastic appliances should be aware of.
By: Manuel Sousa, DDS
Treatment of Periodontal Diseases with Advanced Bone Loss, A 45 Year Evaluation
Dr. Pollack will discuss the many different periodontal therapies available to dentists when confronted with periodontal disease.
By: Ralph P. Pollack, BME, D.M.D, M Sc D., F.A.C.D.
Treatment Planning for Dental Implants: Clinical Factors to Consider for Success
By: Anna Brunetti, DMD
Trigeminal Neuralgia: An Electrifying Case Study
Craig Fontaine, with the assistance of Julie Dickinson, successfully defended a dental malpractice case in 2014 alleging the onset of trigeminal neuralgia after a root canal treatment.
By: Craig Fontaine and Julie Dickinson
Use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) in Implant
By: Dr. Mirian Belussi-Campos and Dr. Hugo Campos