Moderate Sedation Review Course (Pediatric Patients Only)
Take this course to renew your personal permit or as a refresher course for dentists and dental team members.
Next Upcoming Session:
This course serves as an update and review of requirements for the purpose of administering moderate oral sedation and/or IV sedation to pediatric patients. The Louisiana State Board of Dentistry requires that dentists with a permit to administer moderate sedation to pediatric patients attend a live, in-person review course once every four years. For dentists licensed in other states, call your state board office to confirm whether this course satisfies their continuing education requirements.
After participating in this course and thoroughly reviewing the requirements to administer and recover pediatric patients from moderate oral sedation and/or IV sedation, dentists will be better able to:
- The role of moderate sedation in the treatment of pediatric dental patients
- Basic behavior management of the pediatric dental patient
- Pediatric anatomy and physiology, assessment of pediatric dental patients and monitoring of vital signs
- Medications used in pediatric sedation and emergency management
- Sedation for the medically, physically or mentally compromised patient
- Management of the pediatric airway
- Management of medical and sedation emergencies that can occur in the pediatric dental office
- The role of local anesthesia in pediatric moderate sedation
- The role of nitrous oxide in pediatric moderate sedation
- Pain control for the pediatric dental patient
Michael D. Webb, DDS, MEd is Chair of the Department of pediatric dentistry, orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics at East Carolina University (ECU) School of Dental Medicine. Prior to coming to ECU, he was in private pediatric dental practice in the Richmond, Virginia area. Dr. Webb is a graduate of Northwestern University Dental School and a board-certified pediatric dentist. He completed a certificate in pediatric dentistry from Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh and then completed a residency in dental anesthesiology from the University of Pittsburgh School of dental Medicine. In addition to serving as an EMT since 2005, he is a fellow in Anesthesiology of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and a diplomate of both the American Board of Dental Anesthesiology and the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology.
Early Bird Registration
BY 12:00 pm / noon (CST) 6/3/22
Dental Team Member: $265
BY 12:00 pm / noon CST 7/8/22)
Dental Team Member: $295
AFTER 12:00 pm / noon CST 7/8/22)
Dental Team Member: $325
Sign-In (each day): 7:30-8:00 am (CST)
Course Starts (each day): 8:00 am (CST)
Course Ends: by 5:30 (CST) on Friday
and by 12:30 pm (CST) on Saturday
This course will be held at LSU School of Dentistry at 1100 Florida Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana located in the Mid-City area of New Orleans near beautiful City Park and historic Bayou St. John. If you are staying at a downtown hotel in or near the French Quarter, the distance to the dental school is approximately five miles. If you are driving to the dental school, free parking is available in the patient and visitor parking lots located across from the dental school.
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NOTE: The Live-Stream Video Conference option for this course is only available to those that live 120 miles or more from the course location. Video conference registrations for this course MUST BE PROCESSED BY PHONE.
LSUCDE video courses are live-streamed via BlueJeans. CE administrators perform roll call and random check-ins via the chat window in BlueJeans. If you miss one or more check-ins it could affect your credits. Before the course you will receive three links: a link to the meeting, a link to a short test, and a link to a course evaluation. You must submit the test and evaluation in order to receive credit. The Louisiana State Board of Dentistry counts CE hours earned through LSUCDE live video conference as in-person hours.