Practicing dental assistants will learn the basic principles and techniques of digital
intraoral and panoramic radiography as they expose and evaluate radiographic images
during laboratory sessions. This intensive two-week course educates dental assistants
in the basic fundamentals of dental radiography. Successful course completion satisfies
the Rhode Island Department of Health requirement for exposure of radiographs in the
dental office setting.
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Course Contact: Kerri Friel, email@example.com
This course will provide a comprehensive study of local anesthetics utilized in the dental profession. During online prestudy, lecture, and lab components, the participant will learn to safely administer topical and local anesthetics. It is a 2 credit college course which is equivalent to 30 CEU’s. Click here to view the course brochure: DHYG 2200Course Contact: Francine Luizzi-Bench: firstname.lastname@example.org
This course has been designed to provide the register dental hygienist with didactic and clinical education to be eligible to take the CDCA Nitrous Oxide Examination and administer nitrous oxide (N2O/O2) in the state of Rhode Island and/or states meeting the requirement to administer Nitrous Oxide. The course will cover the history of nitrous oxide, neurophysiology of pain and pain control, patient assessment including medical and dental indications and contraindications, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology of nitrous oxide, emergency prevention and management, nitrous oxide armamentarium including safe assembly and handling of gas tanks, masks, tubing, scavenger and monitoring equipment, techniques, record keeping, and regulatory/legal issues.
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Course Contact: Cynthia Johnson, email@example.com
John B. Araujo