January 5, 2017
Continuing Education for Moderate Sedation
If you are dentist who holds a Level 2 or Level 3 Sedation Permit in Texas, you will be interested in attending this informative one-day course on February 3, 2017 in Dallas, TX. Dr. Daniel E. Becker, a nationally respected leader in dental anesthesia/sedation education is the featured educator on Medical Evaluation and Patient Monitoring. In addition to a quality educational opportunity, the day’s events also include a commentary about the American Dental Association’s recent adoption of Resolution 37, a guideline which requires the use of capnography in moderately sedated patients, so you will know what changes are taking place, and how it might affect your dental practice. The afternoon session will include an expert panel discussion on morbidity and mortality, with an emphasis on recent developments within the State of Texas.
Daniel E. Becker, DDS
Dr. Becker received a BS in Zoology at Ohio University in 1968 and his DDS from Ohio State University in 1972. He is currently Associate Director of Education for the General Practice Dental Residency at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. In addition to his academic responsibilities, Dr. Becker provides IV sedation services for dental practices throughout the Dayton area and has published numerous articles in scientific journals and textbooks. He lectures extensively for dental organizations, colleges and universities on topics related to pharmacology, sedation and anesthesia, medical assessment and medical emergencies. Dr. Becker is noted for his pragmatism and his ability to convert otherwise “dry” material into formats that are both entertaining and informative.
Bryan T. Moore, DDS
A Dallas native, Dr. Moore received his Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Texas at Austin and his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Baylor College of Dentistry. He then continued his training with an additional year in a general practice residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. During his residency he received advanced training in dental and implant surgery, as well as sedation procedures.
Dr. Moore is an active member of several dental associations and currently serves as a Director in the Texas Academy of General Dentistry and is a Representative on the Anesthesia Committee in the ADA Council for Dental Education and Licensure.
Why Attend This Course?
If you are a provider of Sedation in Texas, then you are most likely aware that the practice of moderate sedation is changing. As a conscientious provider, you want to not only stay current with changes in the ADA Guidelines and State Regulations, you are motivated to never stop learning in order to continually provide your patients with the safest, most dependable care you can provide.
Dr. Dan Becker is renowned for his no-nonsense approach, practical subject matter and entertaining educational style. The objective of this course is to increase safe practice of office based anesthesia through expert and appropriate patient assessment and monitoring techniques.
We are bringing world-class Sedation Continuing Education to Texas- Don’t Miss Out.
CE Hours: 8
Time: 7:30AM- 4:00PM
Location: Medical City Dallas-City Hall Auditorium
7777 Forest Lane
Care Tower E, 2nd Floor
Dallas, TX 75230
AGD Provider # 369052
August 3, 2016
Being a part of an organization like VIPS Dental has many advantages, one in particular is the opportunity for dental continuing education that meets the needs of dentists who own and operate a mobile surgical practice.
Annual Meeting 2016
Each year, VIPS Dental organizes and hosts a multi-day Annual Meeting exclusively for VIPS doctors. The meeting is designed to advance and uphold our high standards for patient safety, clinical excellence and responsible business ownership. This year, we will hold the Annual Meeting at the beautiful Cooper Hotel & Spa.
Safety First- Dental Continuing Education
The prevailing topic of Annual Meeting 2016 is “Safety”. When you think about safety, the first thought that comes to mind is patient safety, and that is as it should be. Patient safety should always be priority one in any dental practice, and is of special consideration for a practice which provides moderate IV sedation.
VIPS training programs provide one-on-one access to some of the best minds in dental anesthesia, thanks to our small class-size. This year’s Annual Meeting will provide expert instruction with individual access to national leaders in dental anesthesia and dental implants.
Other safety topics planned for Annual Meeting 2016 include Employee Safety and Compliance Initiatives specifically developed for the VIPS Dental practice model, and protecting the safety and health of your business.
Focus on the Patient- Leave the Management to Us
Hundreds of dentists across the country practice, at least part time, as a single provider in a traveling or mobile surgery model. Many find the challenges of running such a practice to be overwhelming and time consuming to manage. Outside of world-class dental continuing education, VIPS Dental practice owners find immense value in the support, expertise and training that comes with being a part of this organization. The practice management and support available through VIPS Dental affords our dentists to keep their focus where it needs to be- on the patient.
For more information about VIPS Dental and starting your own mobile surgical, periodontal or endodontic practice, contact us.