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Sharper, Safer, Smarter: Setting a Standard for Excellence in Dental Hygiene

Live Webinar
1 Hour
Tuesday, June 11th, 2024

5:00pm PST | 8:00pm EST

1 CE Credit

Free

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Sharper, Safer, Smarter: Setting a Standard for Excellence in Dental Hygiene

Event Details

This webinar aims to enhance dental hygiene practices by emphasizing the safety, ergonomics, and efficiency of dental hygiene instrumentation. We will explore the importance of selecting ergonomically designed instruments, dive into the foundational skills necessary for safe and effective instrumentation, discover the significant risks associated with dull instruments, learn about sterilization methods that comply with safety standards and prolong the lifespan and integrity of instruments, and end with a discussion on effective instrument management including the use of cassettes. Join us to elevate your skills and secure a safer environment in your dental practice.

If you are unable to attend live, don't worry. All registrants will automatically receive a recording of the webinar in an email 1 business day following the live event.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify criteria selecting ergonomically designed instruments.
  2. Explore skills for safe and effective dental hygiene instrumentation.
  3. Discover risks of using dull instruments.
  4. Learn sterilization methods to maintain instrument integrity.
  5. Discuss instrument management strategies, including the use of cassettes.

     
    Details

    Tuesday, June 11, 2024 | 8:00pm EST | 5:00pm PST

    - One (1) hour of free Lecture CE credit will be provided.
    - AGD Subject Code 490
    - No required prerequisites
    - This course is free, but you are required to register in advance.

    Your Instructor:

    Dr. Joy Void-Holmes, RDH, BSDH, MHSc, AADH is a professional speaker and published author. She has presented continuing education courses nationally and internationally in the areas of instrumentation, ultrasonics, infection control, nutrition and biochemistry, and dentinal hypersensitivity. When Dr. Joy isn’t mentoring other dental professionals, she enjoys spending time with her family, supporting her four children in their various extracurricular activities and volunteering in the community she loves.