Module 2 Oral Sedation Certification

17 July 2021 - Dayton, OH

$4,000.00

Module 2 Oral Sedation Certification

30 CE Credits & Live Clinical Cases

Registration Instructions
  1. Call 855-406-7671 to discuss case and date scheduling. We will assess your state-specific training requirements and determine the total cost of training.
  2. Complete your deposit by purchasing this course (see the upper right of the screen).
  3. Upon completing your purchase, you will receive an email with download links for your orientation packet and study materials.

This course is designed for dentists wishing to complete oral sedation training for states that require 60 CE hours of training along with live clinical cases. Please note that a 30 CE ADMA Adult Oral Sedation or Pediatric Oral Sedation course (Module 1) must be completed as a prerequisite to registration for this course (Module 2). This Module pertains to either Adult or Pediatric patients depending on your personal need.We recommend taking both Modules within the same year as your learning will be more cohesive and most dental boards want to see you complete all of your training requirements within a year. This course is the second step to prepare dentists for safe, confident, and effective oral sedation skills. For states that require 60 CE hours and live clinical cases to become certified, this course completes the remaining 30 CE and your clinical cases. These requirements vary by state, so please call 855-406-7671 to coordinate with an ADMA credentialing specialist prior to registration. Your total pricing will range between $6,000-$10,000 depending on the number of additional hours and cases your state requires you to complete. By taking this course, you will return to your practice with the training you need to provide exceptional oral sedation care to your patients. Below, you’ll find a breakdown of the course details by topic:

CREDENTIALING

Every state has different sedation permit requirements. To find out whether your state accepts this course, select your state from the drop-down menu in the upper right.

This course is designed to meet and exceed the current ADA National Guidelines for Teaching Pain Control and Sedation to Dentists. This means you’ll receive 30 CE hours of sedation-specific training including extensive emergency airway management instruction in addition to live sedation cases.

WHAT WE TEACH

The ADMA teaches from well-rounded curriculum by combining academic literature with real-world experience. You’ll learn the following topics from an instructor with extensive clinical experience:

  • Sedation Pharmacology
  • Patient Physiology
  • Dosing Approaches and Techniques
  • Prescreening Selection
  • Patient Discharge
  • Emergency Response

  • Airway Management
  • Monitor Interpretation
  • Sedation Billing
  • Documentation
  • Office Setup
  • Live and Simulated Sedation Cases

These key topics are essential to building a solid foundation of sedation knowledge. They are also important markers dental boards use to ensure sedation proficiency.

Description

ORAL SEDATION SCHEDULE

Your schedule will be unique to your learning needs and state-specific case scheduling requirements. Didactic instruction and emergency simulations will be administered during the down time between your live, hands-on sedation cases.

IN DEPTH COURSE OVERVIEW

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Sedation Pharmacology

In order to safely and effectively administer sedation, practitioners must understand the uses, effects, and modes of action of the drugs they give their patients. The ADMA OCS course teaches these topics in an accessible, practical, and informative manner to prepare you for making successful dosing decisions.

Patient Physiology

Understanding the way the human body reacts to sedation is a key component of safety and a boon to the savvy sedation dentist. By teaching students how to understand topics like receptor sites, airway anatomy, and neuromuscular coordination, the ADMA produces a wise practitioner.

Dosing Approaches and Techniques

Many sedation educators stick to teaching single-agent benzodiazepoine protocols. Although these work very effectively in some cases, they can be dramatically improved when combined with an opiate, nitrous oxide, or titration. Depending on your state’s regulations, you can integrate these newer, more effective dosing approaches to lower your overall medication, improve patient satisfaction, and produce a more balanced level of sedation for easier procedures.

Prescreening Selection

It is important to recognize which patients are appropriate candidates for dental sedation. The ADMA will teach you and your staff which patients you should and should not sedate to keep your patients and your practice safe.

Patient Discharge

Once your sedation dentistry procedure is complete, it is crucial to ensure your patient has the appropriate arrangements in place. Knowing when you should allow a sedated patient to go home is the safety net for any dental office.  The majority of oral dental sedation lawsuits focus on incidents occurring outside the dental facility. The ADMA will teach you how to send your patients home in a safe state

Emergency Response

Oral sedation in the dental office is very safe, easy to implement, and beneficial for the patient. However, it is important to be prepared in case of an emergency. The ADMA teaches ACLS-based emergency response procedures catered specifically for the most common dental sedation emergencies including: Laryngospasm, Bronchospasm, Emesis & Aspiration, Airway Blockage by Foreign Body, Angina Pectoris, Myocardial Infarction, Hyper/Hypotension, Allergic and Toxicity Reactions, Seizures, Syncope, Phlebitis, Hyper/Hypoventilation, Cardiac Arrest, and Cardiac Arrhythmias. [/half][half]

Airway Management

Memorizing ER procedures can feel like a daunting task at first. That’s why the ADMA has developed a simple, straightforward airway algorithm that makes diagnosis a breeze. In-person attendees will receive individualized, hands-on training on our high-fidelity simulation manakin. For their turns, webinar attendees direct the in-person dentists remotely via live video feed.

Monitor Interpretation

In addition to monitoring the patient directly, it is important to understand how to implement and interpret electronic monitoring. In this course, the ADMA will show you how to interpret patient vital signs on a monitor to recognize complications and develop sedation skills that make you safer and more confident.

Sedation Billing

Common sedation billing structures are discussed so you can return to your practice with a pricing scale that is in line with industry standards.

Documentation

Integrating sedation into your practice requires diligent documentation. This ensures patient consent and expectations are acknowledged and recorded. If your dental board ever wants to audit your cases, proper documentation helps tell the story for decisions made, and how your patient responded to sedation. In addition, referring back to past notes can aid you in formulating a more effective sedation plan. Upon course completion, the ADMA will provide you with boiler-plate forms for prescreening, discharge, medication logs, and sedation flow sheets for use in your own office.

Office Setup

This course will walk you through what you need to do to prepare your office for a streamlined sedation structure.

Live and Simulated Sedation Case Experiences

In this course, you will get to perform live sedation cases on patients. This will help you recognize the hallmark aspects of dental sedation. Additionally, you will receive individualized, hands-on training on our high-fidelity simulation manakin. [row][half]

ADMA Instructors   

  • Shanetta Sutton, DMD, Dental Director
  • Cory Pickens, MD, CEO, Anesthesiologist, Didactics Only
  • Gary Mermel, MD Board Certified Anesthesiologist, Medical Director
  • Erwin Washington, Aerospace ENGR, COO, Chief of Simulation
  • Leigh-Ann Schuerman, DMD, Pediatric Dental Sedation Director
  • Connie Cox, CRNA, Clinical Instructor
Additional instructors for each course will participate in their area of expertise. Instructors subject to change based on availability.

Course Cancellation Policy

All course cancellations are subject to a 3% processing fee and $450 course manual charge.


STATE

ORAL (ENTERAL) SEDATION TRAINING

IV (PARENTERAL) SEDATION TRAINING

Reference Requirements

Hour of training / OCS Code / OCS Training Requirements

IV Training Requirements with training hours listed

Alabama 16 hours / 270-X-2-.21 / Oral Conscious Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Alaska 60 hours / 12 AAC 28.015 / Permit to Administer Moderate Sedation Same as the current ADA house of delegates guidelines 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Arizona 30 hours / R4-11-1303 / 1303 Oral Sedation Permit 102 Parenteral Sedation Permiot 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Arkansas 60 hours / Article XIII (2) (a) (ADA Guidelines pg.64) / Moderate Sedation Permit Moderate Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
California 25 hours / 16 CCR § 1044.1 & 16 CCR § 1044.3  / Adult Oral Conscious Sedation Permit Conscious Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Colorado Minimal - 16 hours /  CCR 709-1 / Minimal Sedation Permit Moderate Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Connecticut 60  hours / Sec. 20-123b-4 / Conscious Sedation Permit Same as the current ADA house of delegates guidelines 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Delaware 14 hours /  Restricted Permit II Conscious Sedation Restricted Permit I Conscious Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Florida 60 hours / 64B5-14.003 / Sedation Permit for Moderate Sedation Sedation Permit for Moderate Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Georgia 24 hours / Rule 150-13-.01 / Moderate Enteral Conscious Sedation Permit (minimal no permit required) Moderate Parenteral Conscious Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Hawaii 60 hours / §16-79-78 / Moderate (Conscious) Sedation (no permit required for minimal) Moderate (Conscious) Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Idaho 24 hours / Section 043 of IDAPA 19.01.01 / Moderate Enteral Sedation Permit Moderate sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Illinois Minimal - 24 hours & no permit required code 1220.505 Moderate - Moderate Sedation (Conscious Sedation) Permit A 75 hours Permit A for Moderate Sedation (Conscious Sedation) Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Indiana 60 hours / 828 IAC 3-1-1 Light Parenteral Conscious Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Iowa Minimal - 16 hours & no permit required code60 hours / Moderate - 60 hours / Moderate (Conscious) Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Kansas 18 hours / 71-5-10 / Level I permit: enteral conscious sedation or combination inhalation-enteral conscious sedation Level II permit: parenteral conscious sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Kentucky Minimal -  24 hours & no permit required / Section 04 201 KAR 8:550 Moderate - 60 hours /  Section 05 201 KAR 8:550 / Moderate Enteral Sedation Permit. Moderate Parenteral Sedation Permit. (peds requires CODA) 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Louisiana Minimal -  24 hours & no permit required / §1503  /  Moderate  - 60 hours / §1503 / Moderate Sedation Permit IV 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Maine 24 hours / 02 313 Ch. 14 / Moderate Sedation Level 1 (Enteral) Permit for Moderate Sedation Level II (Parenteral) 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Maryland 24 hours / 10.44.12.08 / Class I: Moderate Enteral Sedation Permit Class II: Moderate Parenteral Sedation Permi 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Massachusetts Minimal - 24 hours / ADA Guidelines 234 CMR 6.13 Moderate - 60 hours / Moderate Enteral Sedation ADA Guidelines 234 CMR 6.12 Same as the current ADA house of delegates guidelines 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Michigan 60 hours / R 338.11605 / ADA guidelines Intravaneous conscious sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Minnesota Minimal - 24 hours / 3100.3600  Subp. 3. / minimal Moderate Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Mississippi 22 hours / Board Regulation number 29 pg. 77 / Parenteral Conscious Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Missouri 24 hours / 20 CSR 2110-4.020 / permit to administer enteral moderate sedation permit to administer parenteral moderate sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Montana 16 hours / 24.138.3221 (Min & Mod) / Minimal / combination Moderate Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Nebraska 24 hours / 38-1141 / Permit to administer minimal sedation Permit to administer moderate sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Nevada Minimal - 24 hours ADA recommendation Moderate - 60 hours / NRS 631.265 / Moderate Sedation Moderate Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
New Hampshire Minimal - 24 hours / Den 304.06 (Min enteral) Moderate - 60 hours /  Den 304.04 (Mod enteral) / Restricted Permit for Moderate Sedation Only Unrestricted Permit for Moderate Sedation Only 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
New Jersey 40 hours / 13:30‐8.4 / Enteral Sedation Permit Parenteral Conscious Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
New Mexico Minimal - 16 hours / 16.5.15.13 (Minimal) / Minimal Enteral Sedation Permit Moderate - 16.5.15.14  (Moderate) Moderate Enteral Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
New York 60 hours / §61.10 C-1-iv / Dental, Enteral Conscious (Moderate) Sedation for patients 13 years old and older Dental Parenteral Conscious (Moderate) Sedation for patients 13 years old and older 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
North Carolina Minimal - 18 hours / 21 NCAC 16Q .0401 (Min) Moderate -  24 additional hours / 21 NCAC 16Q .0301 (Mod) Moderate Parenteral Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
North Dakota Minimal - 16 hours Moderate Enteral Sedation Permit Moderate Parenteral Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Ohio 60 hours / 1028285 / conscious sedation permit (no permit for anxiolysis) Conscious Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Oklahoma Minimal - 24 hours 195: 20-1-7 (Min)  / Moderate -60 hours /  Enteral Conscious Sedation Parenteral Conscious Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Oregon Minimal - 16 hours / rule 818-026-0050 Moderate - 24 hours / rule 818-026-0050 Moderate Sedation Permit Moderate Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Pennsylvania 14 hours / 33.337 / Restricted Permit II Restricted Permit I 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Rhode Island Minimal - 24 hours / 2.11.3(c) (minimal) Moderate - 60 hours /  2.11.3(d) (moderate) Moderate Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
South Carolina 24 hours / 40–15–400(C)(1)  / Moderate Enteral Sedation Moderate Parenteral Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
South Dakota Minimal - 24 hours / 20:43:09:06.02 (Minimal) Moderate - 60 hours / 20:43:09:04 (Moderate) / ADA guidlines Moderate Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Tennessee 24 hours / Rule 0460-02-.07 (See 6) / Limited Conscious Sedation Permit Comprehensive Conscious Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Texas 14 hours for a level 1 permit / RULE §110.4/110.5 / 24 hours for a Level 2 permit /  RULE §110.4/110.5 Level 3 "Moderate Parenteral Sedation Permit" 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Utah Minimal - 24 hours / R156-69-202 / Moderate - 60 hours / Class II Permit Class III Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Vermont 60 hours / 5.11 / Oral Conscious sedation permit Parenteral Conscious Sedation 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Virginia 60 hours / 18VAC60-21-280 / ADA guidelines Moderate Sedation Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Washington Minimal - 14 hours / Rule WAC § 246-817-745 / "Minimal" Sedation (single & multiple distinction) Moderate - 21 hours / "Moderate" Sedation (multiple agents  assumed) Moderate sedation with parenteral agents 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
West Virginia 24 hours / §30-4A-6 / Class 1 & Class 2 Class 3b 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Wisconsin 18 hours / DE 11.05 / "Class 1 Permit" Class II Permit 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases
Wyoming 60 hours / Section 4, Section 5, Section 6 / No Permit Required, ADA 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases

EXPLANATION OF ORAL SEDATION PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

Each state dental board has unique credentialing methods for dentists. Please Note: The ADMA is a sedation training company. We strive to prove the highest quality of sedation training available. As a complementary service to our learners, we also share information regarding state permit requirements as we interpret them. It is ultimately the responsibility of the licensed dentist to understand their state's regulations. Please trust but verify the permit requirements found on our site as your state's dental board website will have the most current regulatory information. In general, a state falls into one of three categories:

1) 60 hour course

CO [moderate], DE, FL, HI, LA, MI, NV, OH, SD, VT, VA, and WY
60 Hour Training Course:  These states have mandated that Oral Conscious Sedation Training needs to be essentially equivalent to that of an IV Sedation Training Course (Colorado [moderate], Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming). These courses can be completed in one or two training modules.  They require 60 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases.  A dentist can come to the ADMA's training facility in Ohio and complete the course in one module.  The dentist can also break the training into two modules.  With this option the dentist needs to complete Module I (Any 30 hour oral sedation course with the ADMA) and Module II.  Module II includes 30 hours of didactics and 20 clinical cases.  Module II takes place in Dayton, OH at the ADMA's training facility and can be scheduled by calling 855-406-7671.

2) DBE Course

AL, AZ, AR, CO [Minimal], ID, MT, MN, MS, NE, NH, NM, NY, ND, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, WA, and WV
Dental Board Evaluation of Sedation Application:  The Dental Board Evaluates each dentist and the training program on a case by case basis.  The state will require an ADA CERP, AGD PACE, or a University Based program.  The ADMA training programs are at the highest level of credentialing.  The ADMA training programs are officially approved by Kettering Health Residency and University Affiliated.

3) Pre Qualified Course

AK, CA, GA, KS, KY, MO, NC, NJ, NE, and WI
Pre-Qualified Oral Sedation Training Program:  The state dental board has reviewed the ADMA Oral Conscious Sedation Curriculum and approved the ADMA as a training provider for an Oral Sedation Permit.  Some of these states divide Oral Conscious Sedation into Minimal Oral Sedation and Moderate Oral Conscious Sedation.  When the state divides Oral Conscious sedation into two categories, the dentist must complete the ADMA Minimal Oral Sedation Course (or a course equivalent) before they take the Moderate Oral Conscious Sedation Course.

Event Details

Date: 17 July 2021

Start time: 08:00

End time: 17:00

Venue: Dayton, OH

Coordinates: 39.7646663,-84.1813859

Directions: 627 E 1st St Dayton Ohio 45402

Phone: 855-406-7671

Email: Clare@admatraining.org