The Star of the North conference offers a wide range of professional development seminars that allow dental professionals to earn CE credits. 2019 seminars are listed for your reference, 2020 information will be available this fall. Click on each seminar below for more information, including pricing.
Dentists have the responsibility to establish diagnoses and treatment plans on the basis of indications and need. This requires not only an understanding of oral and maxillofacial pathological conditions, but also an ability to anticipate and predict the development of pathology that may be averted by early treatment before the pathology develops. This presentation will reveal the considerations to be utilized with decision making in regards to the management of third molars for dental patients.
1) Understand the potential for what types and frequencies of pathology occur with maxillary and mandibular third molars.
2) Determine effective, concise and definitive treatment objectives to consider when advising patients regarding third molar management.
3) Learn principles regarding cost effectiveness, surgical risk and oral health outcomes in regards to third molars.
Course Number: T1930
- Dental Assistants
- Dental Hygienists
- Dental Technicians
- Dental Therapist
- Student Dentists
About the speaker
James Q. Swift, D.D.S., FACS, FACD, FICD
Dr. Swift began his 30th year as OMS faculty at the University of Minnesota in September, 2018. He is currently Chair of the Board of OMSNIC and Fortress which provide dental and medical professional liability coverage for health care professionals. He has authored many scientific articles and book chapters.
|Fundamental CE Credits||0|
|Elective CE Credits||0|
|Core CE Credits||3.0|
|Core Topic||Diagnosis & Treatment Planning|
|Dentist Early Bird Fee||$45.00|
|Staff Early Bird Fee||$35.00|
|Dentist Regular Fee||$55.00|
|Staff Regular Fee||$45.00|