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75 CE | 25 CLINICAL CASES – a Kettering Health Residency Training Program
The ADMA, in conjunction with RMS, is proud to offer university accredited sedation certification. For Ohio Dentists, Rocky Mountain Sedation will remain the regional training provider. The Ohio State Dental Board has approved the RMS training program as a member of the ADMA.
Location: 515 Shiloh Springs Rd, Dayton, OH 45415. Check in time: 7:15 am, concludes at 5:00 pm daily
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Address: 3642 Maxton Rd, Dayton, OH 45414
This course is a University Based Training Program that is approved by Kettering Health Residency. We have vast experience providing IV sedation training. Every dentist receives training from Board Certified Anesthesiologists, Oral Surgeons, and Expert Sedation Dentists. To become certified for parenteral (IV) conscious sedation, the ADMA requires:
- Comprehensive training in the administration and management of 25 individual parenteral (IV) sedation cases.
- Live training in patient evaluation and selection, use of equipment, personnel requirements, monitoring, documentation, patient medical management, and emergency management.
- A minimum of 75 hours of sedation education. This curriculum exceeds the ADA national recommendations.
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS – STEP 1
Choose the DIDACTIC OPTION. The DIDACTIC OPTION allows you to choose how you complete the first 40 hours of your pre-course didactic instruction. The remaining 35 hours are completed in Dayton during your clinical cases. Dentists have the following two options to complete the first 40 hours of didactics.
Option 1: ONLINE VIDEO CONFERENCE allows you to complete the first 40 hours via correspondence.
- 4 Section topics read
- 4 Video tutorials completed
- 4 Online tests completed
- 4 Live, one-on-one video conferences with our Board-Certified Anesthesiologists (scheduled around your work hours including Sat/Sun
Option 2: COURSE ATTENDANCE allows you to complete the first 40 hours (30-course hours | 10 hours online testing) at any preceding lecture circuit course (Friday – Sunday) listed HERE. *These course dates are different than the above clinical IV course dates. PLEASE NOTE that although these dates coincide with our Oral Sedation courses, the IV training component is held separately.
Choose your payment plan. You can pay in full, make a $5,000 deposit, or pay the remainder of your bill by adjusting the drop down options.
Choose how many assistants the ADMA will train.
- One (1) Dental Assistant/Hygienist – $895
- Two (2) Dental Assistants/Hygienists – $1895
- Thee (3) Dental Assistants/Hygienists – $2895
Summary of course structure
FIRST 40 LECTURE HOURS
Dentists have the following two options to complete the first 40 hours of didactics:
OPTION 1 COURSE ATTENDANCE or OPTION 2 CORRESPONDENCE
- OPTION 1 COURSE ATTENDANCE: Trainees are offered an opportunity to attend any 3-day lecture course preceding the clinical dates to achieve their 30 didactic hours at no additional charge. These courses include vigorous Q&A style lectures and hands-on simulations of common dental sedation emergency scenarios. You can find dates for these courses HERE.
- OPTION 2 CORRESPONDENCE: Trainees can also complete their first 40 CE electronically. Access to the ADMA’s online testing platform allows students to achieve didactic proficiency around their personal schedules. Testing is administered in four categories: IV Pharmacology, Monitors & Physiology, Prescreening & Discharge and Medical Emergencies. These tests work in conjunction with our course manuals and video lectures created by our board-certified anesthesiologists. After each test & video tutorial, students arrange a one-on-one live video conference with our anesthesiologists to review and train.
CLINICAL WEEK IN DAYTON
After 40 hours of didactic instruction is completed prior to the clinical course, students are able to obtain a maximum amount of hands-on clinical experience during their 5-day rotation at our Clinic in Dayton, OH. Our small course sizes ensure one-on-one instruction during clinical cases and allows us to individually document all of your didactics during the week. Dr. Anna McGuire, DMD currently serves as the Dental Chairman for Kettering Health Residency, assuring that training meets the approval of the Kettering Health Residency program. Trainees are introduced to basic dental IV cases and challenged with difficult dental IV sedation situations in a supportive and instructional environment. Between live cases, trainees become thoroughly versed in proper responses to emergency situations using our state-of-the-art simulation equipment. By combining the specialized knowledge of anesthesiologists and the practiced experience of sedation dentists, the ADMA has created an IV sedation course that produces a safe, confident, and effective IV sedation practitioner.
ACLS IS INCLUDED
The ADMA teaches single sedative and combination protocols. Midazolam and Fentanyl are the key sedative agents that dentists become proficient in administering. We teach basic and advanced techniques to ensure dentists are confident in the use of these agents. Dentists become proficient in bolus and titration, combination dosing, and fentanyl infusions.
POST COURSE ASSISTANCE
Upon course completion, the ADMA guarantees our training will qualify for a permit. Course graduates are given a personalized walk through of their state-specific credentialing process and provided with an exclusive diploma suitable for office display. When they return to their respective offices, a complimentary office setup consultation is offered via video conference. Course graduates are also granted access to the discounted ADMA rates on emergency airway kits and monitors. Our job is not complete until your permit is successfully in your hands.
Train with the industry’s most committed sedation educators. The ADMA strives to cultivate academic and clinical excellence, and we would love to train with you!