Wisconsin Dental Sedation Information


THIS PAGE IS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR DENTISTS INTENDING TO PRACTICE SEDATION IN THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. BELOW, YOU WILL FIND:

TYPES OF SEDATION PERMITS

Wisconsin requires training for moderate enteral (Oral) sedation as well as for moderate parenteral (IV) sedation. The ADMA offers courses that satisfy the requirements each of these permits.

To administer minimal sedation to patients, the ADA Guidelines indicate a minimum of 16 hours of training plus clinically-oriented experiences. The ADMA offers training that exceeds these requirements.

Click here to view qualifying Minimal Sedation Courses.

Click here to view qualifying Pediatric Minimal Sedation Courses.

To obtain a class II moderate enteral sedation permit, Wisconsin requires 18 hours in administration and management of moderate sedation and 20 cases in which at least 3 cases must occur in person as live clinical dental experiences. The ADMA offers training that meets these requirements at select courses. Call (855) 406-7671 to speak with a live Course Director who will help you find the course that meets the clinical requirements. Ensure you select a course that includes the clinical component. You can view our upcoming courses at the link below.

Click here to view Moderate Enteral Sedation Courses.

To obtain a class III moderate parenteral (IV) sedation permit, Wisconsin requires 60 hours in administration and management of moderate sedation and 20 individually managed cases. The ADMA offers training that meets these requirements.

Click here to view qualifying Moderate Parenteral Sedation Courses.

CE REQUIREMENTS TO MAINTAIN YOUR PERMIT

Wisconsin dentists with sedation permits require 2 hours of CE every 2 years. This can be completed via a 1-day ADMA CE course. Select your type of sedation below to see the available course dates.

Moderate Enteral Sedation CE Courses.

Pediatric Moderate Enteral Sedation CE Courses.

Parenteral Moderate Sedation CE Courses.

DISCLAIMER

This page was last updated 17 April 2024. Your state dental board will have the most current regulatory information.