NYS APPROVED MANDATED 12 HOUR COURSE FOR
SEDATION LICENSE RENEWAL
Marc M. Gottlieb, DDS
Tuesday, April 2nd – 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm +
Wednesday, April 3rd – 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
12 CE CREDIT HOURS
COURSE CODE: 105SLR
FEE: ADA MEMBER: $400 NON-ADA MEMBER: $475
Treating the Apprehensive, Medically Compromised and
Phobic Patient with Sedation/Anesthesia
New York State and many other states now require providers who offer sedation to complete significant hours of continuing education focused on Anesthesia Complications and Airway Management. This program is designed for the general practitioner as well as all specialists. Everyone from the first year dental student, your receptionist to the veteran about to retire will benefit from this course. Today many of our patients treat their own anxiety by self-medicating themselves or expect us to offer them a magic pill. There is no simple solution but I will show you how to be proactive and avoid serious complications.
This program will demonstrate, through case studies, how utilizing TLC, Nitrous Oxide, Alcohol, Anxiolysis, Oral and I.V. Sedation, can help and manage the apprehensive patient. We will also role-play and simulate dental office emergencies. A significant amount of time will focus on airway management by the solo operator or as a team member working with an anesthesiologist. Everyone will participate in hands on workshops with a variety of airway adjuncts to treat airway emergencies.
Treating the apprehensive man, woman or child can be very rewarding. When managed properly they remain loyal for life and often refer their friends and family. Other courses teach you how to medicate, communicate and delegate. This course pulls it all together and satisfies the NYS mandated 12 hour CE requirement in enteral, parenteral and I.V. sedation.
• Understand how to effectively manage apprehensive children and adults.
• Recognize the difference between Anxiolysis, Sedation, Deep Sedation & General Anesthesia.
• Early recognition of airway problems and corrective techniques.
• How to perform dentistry on a sedated patient with an open or compromised airway.
• Be able to manage anesthesia related emergencies.
• Determine which additional training is right for your practice.
Marc M. Gottlieb, DDS
Dr. Marc Gottlieb is on staff at Stony Brook University Hospital and maintains a full time private practice. During his 35 year career was awarded 2 U.S. Patents, presented countless educational programs and published articles.