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  • Contains 20 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/23/2021

    Earn 15 CE Credits- This course features the recognized leaders in the field, both in dental anesthesia as well as pediatric dentistry. You’ll find didactic lectures, case studies, and panel discussions. This course is intended for pediatric dentists who have had training in sedation techniques. **Recorded live in 2021

    Earn 15 CE Credits- This course features the recognized leaders in the field, both in dental anesthesia as well as pediatric dentistry. You’ll find didactic lectures, case studies, and panel discussions. This course is intended for pediatric dentists who have had training in sedation techniques.

    **Recorded live in 2021

  • Contains 20 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/02/2021

    Earn 22 CE Credits- Taught by expert clinicians, The Comprehensive Review provides attendees with an extensive overview of the latest in evidenced-based pediatric dentistry. This course focuses on the cutting edge of clinical science topics and the application of state-of-the-art therapies into your daily practice. This course covers topics including: growth and development orthodontics, caries assessment and prevention, behavior guidance, oral pathology, care for patients with special health needs, oral-facial trauma, pulp therapy and the latest in pediatric restorative dentistry and materials. The topics are covered using an evidence-based approach with interesting case presentations and open question/discussion forums to wrap up topical areas.

    Earn 22 CE Credits-

    Taught by expert clinicians, The Comprehensive Review provides attendees with an extensive overview of the latest in evidenced-based pediatric dentistry.  This course focuses on the cutting edge of clinical science topics and the application of state-of-the-art therapies into your daily practice. This course covers topics including: growth and development orthodontics, caries assessment and prevention, behavior guidance, oral pathology, care for patients with special health needs, oral-facial trauma, pulp therapy and the latest in pediatric restorative dentistry and materials. The topics are covered using an evidence-based approach with interesting case presentations and open question/discussion forums to wrap up topical areas.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/09/2021

    Recorded September 2021 If you're serious about becoming a diplomate, this course could make the difference. Presented by leading educators and clinicians, this course focuses on preparing the candidate to succeed in the oral portion of the board examination. Participants will have the opportunity to be part of numerous mock examinations and will learn skills to deliver an impressive performance. Learn about the various domains contained in the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry examination, successful test taking techniques and how to be prepared for this type of high-stakes clinical examination. Additionally, participants will learn how to organize, remember and present pediatric dentistry information and literature. New this year, the AAPD in collaboration with the College of Diplomates, will be offering Mock Oral Review Interviews. This allows attendees to participate in a simulation of the oral interview with a past board examiner. You will be given 15 minutes to present your answer and then 15 minutes for feedback. In the registration process, you will have the opportunity to include this for an additional $100. Please note all the Mock Oral Review Interviews for those that are only attending the Oral Review Course will take place on Friday September 10, 2021. You will be able to sign up for a specific time slot. For those that are attending both Oral Review and Comprehensive Review you will have the ability to sign up for these Mock Oral Review Interviews in the Comprehensive Review registration. These interviews will take place during the lunch hour on Friday, September 10, 2021 and Saturday September 11, 2021. Course Objectives -Upon completion of this course, the participant should have a better understanding of the: -Topical areas of the exam -American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Guidelines -The examination process -Suggested readings for exam preparation -How cases are designed and graded

    Recorded September 2021

    If you're serious about becoming a diplomate, this course could make the difference. 
    Presented by leading educators and clinicians, this course focuses on preparing the candidate to succeed in the oral portion of the board examination. 
    Participants will have the opportunity to be part of numerous mock examinations and will learn skills to deliver an impressive performance. Learn about the various domains contained in the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry examination, successful test taking techniques and how to be prepared for this type of high-stakes clinical examination. Additionally, participants will learn how to organize, remember and present pediatric dentistry information and literature. 
    New this year, the  AAPD in collaboration with the College of Diplomates, will be offering Mock Oral Review Interviews. This allows attendees to participate in a simulation of the oral interview with a past board examiner. You will be given 15 minutes to present your answer and then 15 minutes for feedback. In the registration process, you will have the opportunity to include this for an additional $100. Please note all the Mock Oral Review Interviews for those that are only attending the Oral Review Course will take place on Friday September 10, 2021. You will be able to sign up for a specific time slot. For those that are attending both Oral Review and Comprehensive Review you will have the ability to sign up for these Mock Oral Review Interviews in the Comprehensive Review registration. These interviews will take place during the lunch hour on Friday, September 10, 2021 and Saturday September 11, 2021.
    Course Objectives
    -Upon completion of this course, the participant should have a better understanding of the:
    -Topical areas of the exam
    -American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Guidelines
    -The examination process
    -Suggested readings for exam preparation
    -How cases are designed and graded

  • Contains 6 Product(s)

    Up to 24 Credit Hours. Journal CE Tests for Pediatric Dentistry, Volume 43.

    Tests, articles and CE certificates for 6 issues of Pediatric Dentistry 2021 (Volume 43)

  • Contains 37 Product(s)

    AAPD is offering CE for the courses at AAPD 2021 (The Hub) that you could not attend. Here, you have the opportunity to purchase and earn CE hours. Purchase the entire Annual Session package here!

    AAPD is offering CE for the courses at AAPD 2021 (The Hub) that you could not attend. Here, you have the opportunity to purchase and earn CE hours. Purchase the entire Annual Session package here!

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/30/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 10 Course Objectives Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Slayton Learning Objectives: Course Objectives Learn the components of the dentin/pulp complex Understand how to diagnose pulp injuries and develop effective treatments Learn the basis of trauma guidelines for primary and permanent teeth Learn how to diagnose traumatic dental injuries Learn ways to prevent traumatic injuries in children and adolescents

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. 

    Week 10 Course Objectives
    Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Slayton

    Learning Objectives: 

    Course Objectives 

    Learn the components of the dentin/pulp complex
    Understand how to diagnose pulp injuries and develop effective treatments
    Learn the basis of trauma guidelines for primary and permanent teeth
    Learn how to diagnose traumatic dental injuries
    Learn ways to prevent traumatic injuries in children and adolescents

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 9 Course Objectives Speaker: Dr. Clarice Law Learning Objectives: To summarize the concepts of craniofacial growth and development that impact development of the dentition and occlusion To apply concepts regarding peak growth to diagnosis and treatment planning of skeletal malocclusion To summarize how deviations in ideal dental development affect diagnosis and treatment planning of dental malocclusion

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. 

    Week 9 Course Objectives
    Speaker: Dr. Clarice Law

    Learning Objectives: 

    To summarize the concepts of craniofacial growth and development that impact development of the dentition and occlusion
    To apply concepts regarding peak growth to diagnosis and treatment planning of skeletal malocclusion
    To summarize how deviations in ideal dental development affect diagnosis and treatment planning of dental malocclusion

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/14/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 8 Course Objectives Speaker: Dr. Travis Nelson Learning Objectives: - Review anatomic differences between primary and permanent teeth and how they affect restorative care - Understand the rationale and research basis for sealants - Recognize indications for and use of various restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry - Be familiar with the use of lasers in restorative and surgical care

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. 

    Week 8 Course Objectives
    Speaker: Dr. Travis Nelson

    Learning Objectives:
    - Review anatomic differences between primary and permanent teeth and how they affect restorative care
    - Understand the rationale and research basis for sealants
    - Recognize indications for and use of various restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry
    - Be familiar with the use of lasers in restorative and surgical care


  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/07/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 7 Course Objectives Speaker: Dr. Clarice Law - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the developmental stages - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the behavior guidance techniques.

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. 

    Week 7 Course Objectives
    Speaker: Dr. Clarice Law

    - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the developmental stages
    - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the behavior guidance techniques.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/31/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 8 Speaker: Dr. Travis Nelson Learning Objectives: - Review anatomic differences between primary and permanent teeth and how they affect restorative care - Understand the rationale and research basis for sealants - Recognize indications for and use of various restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry - Be familiar with the use of lasers in restorative and surgical care

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees.

    Week 8 Speaker: Dr. Travis Nelson

    Learning Objectives: 

    - Review anatomic differences between primary and permanent teeth and how they affect restorative care
    - Understand the rationale and research basis for sealants
    - Recognize indications for and use of various restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry
    - Be familiar with the use of lasers in restorative and surgical care