Dental Assistant Saturday: Get Switched On!

Our annual November dental assisting seminar is the premier event for professionals providing care in the midwest and well beyond. After the last two years of unprecedented change, you deserve a day to “switch on” your brilliant DA light and move your skills forward. Use this one-day event as an opportunity to reignite your spark, hone your professional skills, discover information on cutting-edge topics, and network with DA peers. Join Natalie Kaweckyj, a nationally-recognized dental assisting educator and the author for this cannot-miss on-site seminar or Zoom program.

Course Audience:

Register for Upcoming Sessions

November 13, 2021 8:30 am - November 13, 2021 3:45 pm

Session Location: 

Live Session or Zoom Webinar

MacMillian Auditorium
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
3675 Arboretum Drive
Chaska, Minnesota 55318

Course Number: CF2889

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Description

Learn How To

Work at the Top of Your License
  • Define your areas of expertise
  • Discuss opportunities for cross-training
  • Advance your personal and professional satisfaction
SDF and Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • Investigate how DA’s play an important role in SDF and minimally invasive dentistry
  • Analyze the growing use of Silver Diamine Fluoride and minimally invasive options
  • Consider potential ethical issues regarding SDF & minimally invasive dentistry
Advances in Digital Imaging
  • Discuss trends in digital imaging & how to manage digital records
  • Integrate new imaging techniques to reduce errors & improve quality
  • Manage patients during the imaging process
It’s Been a Long Two Years: What’s Important in Infection Control Today
  • Analyze key findings from Covid-19 infection control strategies
  • Discuss where to find essential infection control updates
  • Share best practices in infection control within your practice
Substance Use Disorders 
  • Consider trends in substance use within our region
  • Utilize education and motivation to help patients consider intervention
  • Review your facility policy and procedures when caring for patients impacted by substance use disorders 
What’s New in Restorative Functions
  • Consider trends in restorative functions
  • Analyze new restorative materials
  • Discuss the role of expanded functions professionals