Dayton IV Certification


The ADSS IV Sedation Certification Course curriculum has been certified by the Dental Boards in all 50 states.  Upon the successful completion of our training you are assured of developing the skills you need to confidently integrate IV sedation into your practice.

The course is offered in association with the Enteral and Parenteral Residency Program of Kettering Health, a CODA accredited training program located in Dayton OH.  The clinical component is held in their facilities.





RMS has merged with The Academy of Dental and Surgical Sedation to set the industry standard in IV sedation training . We developed our curriculum in close communication with all 50 State Dental Boards to ensure that wherever you practice you will you qualify for certification in IV sedation. We go even further by tailoring your training based on your existing skillset, experience and patient demographics. The training is provided by Faculty from a CODA certified Dental Sedation Residency, Board Certified Anesthesiologists, Oral Surgeons and Nurses skilled in emergency medicine.

Our curriculum is based on the IV sedation standards set by The American Society of Anesthesiologists.

100% of our graduates have successfully obtained their state certification. We will work closely with you until your certificate has been issued.

This course is based on the IV sedation standards set by The American Society of Anesthesiologists.





Call (855) 406-7671 for course availability

June 12-16, 2017 | REGISTRATION LINK

Sep 25-29, 2017 | REGISTRATION LINK


ADSS’ course provides:

  • Comprehensive training in patient evaluation and selection; medical, airway and emergency management, documentation; patient monitoring; developing your clinical staff ; and facility preparation
  • Participation in the clinical management of 20 parenteral (IV) sedation cases
  • A minimum of 80 hours of sedation education, exceeding ADA recommendations
  • USB drive with customizable PDF Documents
    • Patient consent
    • Pre-screening record
    • Sedation flowsheet
    • Discharge evaluation
    • Medication checklist
    • Narcotic inventory
  • Course manual
    • Didactic content
    • Suggested formatting of documentation
    • Dental Board requirements for:
      • Personnel
      • Equipment
      • Narcotic management


Included with registration:

  • Training for 1 Dental Assistant
  • 6 months of staff support
    • Immediate clinical support via phone
    • Consultation and questions by email or phone arising in your practice
  • Participation in future courses at no additional charge


Lecture topics:

  • Physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Sedation and dosing protocols
  • Patient selection & pre-screening
  • Patient medical management
  • Discharge
  • Office emergencies
  • Monitoring techniques
  • Clinical staff training and development
  • Facility requirements
  • Documentation
    • Patient consent
    • Pre-screening evaluation
    • Sedation flow sheet
    • Discharge
    • Narcotic inventory log
    • Medications checklist
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