Live Webinars

Concord Seminars is proud to be hosting LIVE WEBINARS. A new option that allows you to get live CE from the comfort of your home, office... or wherever you find some WiFi.
  • YES!  This is a live and interactive webinar, which is classified by the AGD as a live lecture credit.
  • YES!  You will be able to interact with the presenter. The live webinars all have Q&A functionality and plenty of opportunities to make it interactive.
  • Purchase two or more webinars and save $10 on each one. No promo code needed! Pricing will adjust automatically at checkout.
  • Live webinars are hosted throughout the week and at different times for your convenience.
  • Most live webinars are 3 hours in length and will count for 3 hours of LIVE CE.
  • A link to your credit verification form will be available on your Account page, under the 'Previously Attended Seminars/Webinars' tab, within 5 business days.
  • We’re always adding new topics, speakers, and times. Keep an eye out! We’ll always post new live webinars here first.


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Thursday, 1/21/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 1/21/20216:00 pm 1/21/20219:00 pm EST The Oral Pathology Playhouse: Name that Disease and other Oral Pathology Party Games This live webinar is different from other Concord Seminars in that it is a self-assessment test that you grade yourself. Everyone gets 100%! At the completion of this live webinar you will be an expert on the soft tissue and radiographic entities that every dentist and hygienist should know. Some interesting cases will “pop up.” Be ready for a real oral pathology adventure. We go over the entities together in an interactive format. It gives you a chance to see what you really know and what you have forgotten since school. This is the test that Dr. Svirsky gives the junior dental students that they have to pass at 100% proficiency to go on to the senior year. Are you ready and able to take the challenge? Let’s have some fun and make a difference in the lives of our patients.

The Oral Pathology Playhouse: Name that Disease and other Oral Pathology Party Games

Presented by: John A. Svirsky

3 CEUs

This live webinar is different from other Concord Seminars in that it is a self-assessment test that you grade yourself. Everyone gets 100%! At the completion of this live webinar you will be an expert on the soft tissue and radiographic entities that every dentist and hygienist should know. Some interesting cases will “pop up.” Be ready for a real oral pathology adventure. We go over the entities together in an interactive format. It gives you a chance to see what you really know and what you have forgotten since school. This is the test that Dr. Svirsky gives the junior dental students that they have to pass at 100% proficiency to go on to the senior year. Are you ready and able to take the challenge? Let’s have some fun and make a difference in the lives of our patients.




Friday, 1/22/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 1/22/20212:00 pm 1/22/20215:00 pm EST Ten Things You Should Never Say to Patients: Communication Tools You Need Every superb dental professional needs two things - clinical or technical expertise and excellent communication skills. Clinical/technical expertise is not enough to build and maintain thriving patient relationships. This live webinar dissects some of the most challenging communication scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations or when discussing third party benefits and financial matters.

Ten Things You Should Never Say to Patients: Communication Tools You Need

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

3 CEUs

Every superb dental professional needs two things - clinical or technical expertise and excellent communication skills. Clinical/technical expertise is not enough to build and maintain thriving patient relationships. This live webinar dissects some of the most challenging communication scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations or when discussing third party benefits and financial matters.




Saturday, 1/23/2021  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 1/23/20211:00 pm 1/23/20214:00 pm EST The Beauties and the Beasts: Greatest Hits and Misses of Cosmetic Dentistry When you attend a dental seminar and see case after case of picture-perfect cosmetic care, don’t you wonder why your cases don’t always turn out like that? Guess what? They don’t! In this live webinar, learn about new technologies that will make your clinical examinations motivating and informative. Discover how to combine the new patient experience with optimal-care treatment planning so that your practice can thrive. Empower your team to join you in this journey towards practice excellence and fulfillment!

The Beauties and the Beasts: Greatest Hits and Misses of Cosmetic Dentistry

Presented by: Mark E. Hyman

3 CEUs

When you attend a dental seminar and see case after case of picture-perfect cosmetic care, don’t you wonder why your cases don’t always turn out like that? Guess what? They don’t! In this live webinar, learn about new technologies that will make your clinical examinations motivating and informative. Discover how to combine the new patient experience with optimal-care treatment planning so that your practice can thrive. Empower your team to join you in this journey towards practice excellence and fulfillment!




Sunday, 1/24/2021  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 1/24/202112:00 pm 1/24/20213:00 pm EST Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.

Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.




Wednesday, 1/27/2021  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 1/27/20216:00 pm 1/27/20218:00 pm CST Allergies: Increasing Population Incidence and Their Challenges to Health Care Upon completion of this live webinar, the participant should understand that virtually every chemical, drug and dental material employed in the dental office has been known to induce allergic reactions in both clinical personnel and patients. Clinicians should be prepared for potential challenges that an increasing percentage of allergic patients present during dental treatment. Comprehension of the classes of hypersensitive reactions, clinical manifestations, and principles associated with development and treatment of allergies are thus required for clinician understanding and effective managements. Discussion will also include immunological mechanisms and manifestations of allergic reactions associated with commonly used materials and latex products, as well as evolving prevention strategies.

Allergies: Increasing Population Incidence and Their Challenges to Health Care

Presented by: John A. Molinari

2 CEUs

Upon completion of this live webinar, the participant should understand that virtually every chemical, drug and dental material employed in the dental office has been known to induce allergic reactions in both clinical personnel and patients. Clinicians should be prepared for potential challenges that an increasing percentage of allergic patients present during dental treatment. Comprehension of the classes of hypersensitive reactions, clinical manifestations, and principles associated with development and treatment of allergies are thus required for clinician understanding and effective managements. Discussion will also include immunological mechanisms and manifestations of allergic reactions associated with commonly used materials and latex products, as well as evolving prevention strategies.




Thursday, 1/28/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 1/28/20216:00 pm 1/28/20219:00 pm EST Oral Pathology with a Twist and a Number of Crusts This webinar will be a review of oral dermatology in its entire splendor. Pimples, papules, pustules, tumors, and much more will be visually encountered in this adventure of what grows on the skin. Emphasis will be on lichen planus, benign mucous membrane pemphigoid, chronic ulcerative stomatitis, erythema multiform and much more. No course would be complete without a few tattoos. Come enjoy this interactive, entertaining, and informative course.

Oral Pathology with a Twist and a Number of Crusts

Presented by: John A. Svirsky

3 CEUs

This webinar will be a review of oral dermatology in its entire splendor. Pimples, papules, pustules, tumors, and much more will be visually encountered in this adventure of what grows on the skin. Emphasis will be on lichen planus, benign mucous membrane pemphigoid, chronic ulcerative stomatitis, erythema multiform and much more. No course would be complete without a few tattoos. Come enjoy this interactive, entertaining, and informative course.




Sunday, 1/31/2021  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 1/31/202112:00 pm 1/31/20213:00 pm EST It’s (Medically) Complicated!: Essential Pharmacology for Treating Medically Complex Dental Patients This comprehensive program explores the dental implications of the prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbal products, nutritional supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. In this live webinar, participants receive this essential information in a format which is not only practical and applicable but also highly entertaining for the entire dental team.

It’s (Medically) Complicated!: Essential Pharmacology for Treating Medically Complex Dental Patients

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This comprehensive program explores the dental implications of the prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbal products, nutritional supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. In this live webinar, participants receive this essential information in a format which is not only practical and applicable but also highly entertaining for the entire dental team.




Tuesday, 2/2/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/2/20216:00 pm 2/2/20219:00 pm EST Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 1) A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
In this first session, Dr. Towne will provide an introduction to minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedures with a focus on understanding the applied facial anatomy as it relates to facial soft tissue manipulation. Also, a discussion of the motivation of different age groups and how that relates to the applied anatomy of the face. This live webinar will conclude with a review of the key elements of a soft tissue facial exam as it relates to minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedures.

Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 1)

Presented by: Bradford Towne

3 CEUs

A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
In this first session, Dr. Towne will provide an introduction to minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedures with a focus on understanding the applied facial anatomy as it relates to facial soft tissue manipulation. Also, a discussion of the motivation of different age groups and how that relates to the applied anatomy of the face. This live webinar will conclude with a review of the key elements of a soft tissue facial exam as it relates to minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedures.




Wednesday, 2/3/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/3/20216:00 pm 2/3/20219:00 pm EST Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know This live webinar will introduce dental professionals to the most current information regarding the pharmacology of cannabis, including its various dosage forms, routes of administration and adverse effects. Special emphasis will be placed on the effects of cannabis use on oral health and dental treatment, as well as the proposed use of cannabis in dentistry for the management of patient anxiety and odontogenic pain.

Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This live webinar will introduce dental professionals to the most current information regarding the pharmacology of cannabis, including its various dosage forms, routes of administration and adverse effects. Special emphasis will be placed on the effects of cannabis use on oral health and dental treatment, as well as the proposed use of cannabis in dentistry for the management of patient anxiety and odontogenic pain.




Thursday, 2/4/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/4/20216:00 pm 2/4/20219:00 pm EST A Patient Can Have as Many Diseases as They Pleases This live webinar will present a potpourri of interesting cases seen by Dr. Svirsky or emailed to him over the past few years. In this course, participants learn how to describe a lesion, develop a differential diagnosis and treat the condition. Dr. Svirsky will show how he approaches cases to arrive at a diagnosis. Areas to be covered include: oral cancer, tumors, erythema multiform, burns, chronic ulcerative stomatitis, candidiasis, salivary gland tumors, oral complications of drug abuse, soda mouth, methotrexate toxicity, herpes zoster and many other interesting cases seen in his 40 years as an oral medicine man. Get ready to laugh, learn and make a difference in the diagnosis and treatment of your patients.

A Patient Can Have as Many Diseases as They Pleases

Presented by: John A. Svirsky

3 CEUs

This live webinar will present a potpourri of interesting cases seen by Dr. Svirsky or emailed to him over the past few years. In this course, participants learn how to describe a lesion, develop a differential diagnosis and treat the condition. Dr. Svirsky will show how he approaches cases to arrive at a diagnosis. Areas to be covered include: oral cancer, tumors, erythema multiform, burns, chronic ulcerative stomatitis, candidiasis, salivary gland tumors, oral complications of drug abuse, soda mouth, methotrexate toxicity, herpes zoster and many other interesting cases seen in his 40 years as an oral medicine man. Get ready to laugh, learn and make a difference in the diagnosis and treatment of your patients.




Friday, 2/5/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 2/5/20212:00 pm 2/5/20215:00 pm CST Differential Diagnosis Part 1: Color Changes & Pigmented Lesion Put on your thinking caps on as your diagnostic abilities are about to be challenged! Real world cases will frame a discussion on the differential diagnosis process. The 1st part of this series will focus on white, red, blue, brown, and yellow conditions which could represent infections, cancer, systemic conditions, and more. You’ll learn clinical tidbits on how to distinguish these oral conditions and pearls to manage your patients.

Differential Diagnosis Part 1: Color Changes & Pigmented Lesion

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

3 CEUs

Put on your thinking caps on as your diagnostic abilities are about to be challenged! Real world cases will frame a discussion on the differential diagnosis process. The 1st part of this series will focus on white, red, blue, brown, and yellow conditions which could represent infections, cancer, systemic conditions, and more. You’ll learn clinical tidbits on how to distinguish these oral conditions and pearls to manage your patients.




Saturday, 2/6/2021  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/6/20211:00 pm 2/6/20214:00 pm EST The Beauties and the Beasts: Greatest Hits and Misses of Cosmetic Dentistry When you attend a dental seminar and see case after case of picture-perfect cosmetic care, don’t you wonder why your cases don’t always turn out like that? Guess what? They don’t! In this live webinar, learn about new technologies that will make your clinical examinations motivating and informative. Discover how to combine the new patient experience with optimal-care treatment planning so that your practice can thrive. Empower your team to join you in this journey towards practice excellence and fulfillment!

The Beauties and the Beasts: Greatest Hits and Misses of Cosmetic Dentistry

Presented by: Mark E. Hyman

3 CEUs

When you attend a dental seminar and see case after case of picture-perfect cosmetic care, don’t you wonder why your cases don’t always turn out like that? Guess what? They don’t! In this live webinar, learn about new technologies that will make your clinical examinations motivating and informative. Discover how to combine the new patient experience with optimal-care treatment planning so that your practice can thrive. Empower your team to join you in this journey towards practice excellence and fulfillment!




Tuesday, 2/9/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/9/20216:00 pm 2/9/20219:00 pm EST Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 2) A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
In the second session, Dr. Towne will start with a review of products best suited for facial procedures based on the following criteria: 1.) Ease of use 2.) Safety and 3.) Predictable results. This will be accomplished through the understanding of the pharmacology of the recommended products, including indications, adverse reactions, complications as well as contraindications for use. The live webinar will conclude with a discussion of which products are best suited for the treatment of different conditions and areas of the face.

Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 2)

Presented by: Bradford Towne

3 CEUs

A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
In the second session, Dr. Towne will start with a review of products best suited for facial procedures based on the following criteria: 1.) Ease of use 2.) Safety and 3.) Predictable results. This will be accomplished through the understanding of the pharmacology of the recommended products, including indications, adverse reactions, complications as well as contraindications for use. The live webinar will conclude with a discussion of which products are best suited for the treatment of different conditions and areas of the face.




Friday, 2/12/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 2/12/20212:00 pm 2/12/20215:00 pm CST Differential Diagnosis Part 2: Ulcers & Lumps and Bumps This 2nd part of the Differential Diagnosis Series (no worries if you missed Part 1) will focus on ulcerative lesions and soft tissue growths. Clinical cases will launch a discussion of how to differentiate oral ulcers that may be infectious, traumatic, or malignant. Soft tissue lumps and bumps are common in our world and it is important to differentiate between reactive, tumorous, and infectious conditions.

Differential Diagnosis Part 2: Ulcers & Lumps and Bumps

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

3 CEUs

This 2nd part of the Differential Diagnosis Series (no worries if you missed Part 1) will focus on ulcerative lesions and soft tissue growths. Clinical cases will launch a discussion of how to differentiate oral ulcers that may be infectious, traumatic, or malignant. Soft tissue lumps and bumps are common in our world and it is important to differentiate between reactive, tumorous, and infectious conditions.




Tuesday, 2/16/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/16/20216:00 pm 2/16/20219:00 pm EST Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 3) A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
In the third session of this live webinar, Dr. Towne will lead the group in a review of the actual techniques involved with the placement of the different products in different sites. Potential risks and complications associated with the injections and how to manage will also be presented. Closing out the live webinar will be a discussion of the medico-legal aspects of incorporating these services into a dental practice. How do you think of marketing and positioning? How do you best optimize your team to effectively deliver these services?

Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 3)

Presented by: Bradford Towne

3 CEUs

A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
In the third session of this live webinar, Dr. Towne will lead the group in a review of the actual techniques involved with the placement of the different products in different sites. Potential risks and complications associated with the injections and how to manage will also be presented. Closing out the live webinar will be a discussion of the medico-legal aspects of incorporating these services into a dental practice. How do you think of marketing and positioning? How do you best optimize your team to effectively deliver these services?




Thursday, 2/18/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/18/20216:00 pm 2/18/20219:00 pm EST Tumors are Things that Grow Bump in the Night This live and interactive webinar will cover oral bumps in their entire splendor from pyogenic granulomas to soft tissue malignancies. It will review material that you have forgotten since school. In this course we will cover the common and important benign and malignant soft tissue tumors. There will be lots of unusual diseases to which you will be re-introduced. Get ready to learn, laugh and make a difference in the life your patients.

Tumors are Things that Grow Bump in the Night

Presented by: John A. Svirsky

3 CEUs

This live and interactive webinar will cover oral bumps in their entire splendor from pyogenic granulomas to soft tissue malignancies. It will review material that you have forgotten since school. In this course we will cover the common and important benign and malignant soft tissue tumors. There will be lots of unusual diseases to which you will be re-introduced. Get ready to learn, laugh and make a difference in the life your patients.




Friday, 2/19/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 2/19/20212:00 pm 2/19/20215:00 pm CST Differential Diagnosis Part 3: Radiographic Pathology & Tooth Abnormalities This 3rd installment of the Differential Diagnosis Series will focus on radiographic and tooth abnormalities (there is no need to have attended the earlier sessions). “Reading” radiographs is essential to be able to distinguish which conditions can be ignored versus monitored or biopsied. Oodles of clinical cases will be highlighted representing the gamut of developmental, reactive, and neoplastic bone and tooth pathologies.

Differential Diagnosis Part 3: Radiographic Pathology & Tooth Abnormalities

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

3 CEUs

This 3rd installment of the Differential Diagnosis Series will focus on radiographic and tooth abnormalities (there is no need to have attended the earlier sessions). “Reading” radiographs is essential to be able to distinguish which conditions can be ignored versus monitored or biopsied. Oodles of clinical cases will be highlighted representing the gamut of developmental, reactive, and neoplastic bone and tooth pathologies.




Wednesday, 2/24/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/24/20216:00 pm 2/24/20219:00 pm EST It’s (Medically) Complicated!: Essential Pharmacology for Treating Medically Complex Dental Patients This comprehensive program explores the dental implications of the prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbal products, nutritional supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. In this live webinar, participants receive this essential information in a format which is not only practical and applicable but also highly entertaining for the entire dental team.

It’s (Medically) Complicated!: Essential Pharmacology for Treating Medically Complex Dental Patients

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This comprehensive program explores the dental implications of the prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbal products, nutritional supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. In this live webinar, participants receive this essential information in a format which is not only practical and applicable but also highly entertaining for the entire dental team.




Thursday, 2/25/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 2/25/20216:00 pm 2/25/20219:00 pm CST Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 1: The New Periodontal Disease Classification The 2017 AAP/EPF World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal diseases represents a paradigm shift in periodontal care. The staging of the periodontitis and subsequent grading of the progression based on systemic and local risk factors are valuable for periodontal therapy. This course will set the stage for personalized care for patients with periodontitis.

Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 1: The New Periodontal Disease Classification

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

3 CEUs

The 2017 AAP/EPF World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal diseases represents a paradigm shift in periodontal care. The staging of the periodontitis and subsequent grading of the progression based on systemic and local risk factors are valuable for periodontal therapy. This course will set the stage for personalized care for patients with periodontitis.




Saturday, 2/27/2021  9:00 am - 11:00 am EST

Add Reminder 2/27/20219:00 am 2/27/202111:00 am EST Crown Lengthening - How it WILL Enhance Your Restorative Results Whether you are doing crown lengthening procedures yourself or referring them out to a colleague, this live webinar will help you to better understand and deal with common everyday restorative challenges. Discussion will include diagnostic criteria, treatment choices, the role of provisionals, methods for achieving patient comfort, and obtaining the required “Biologic Width”.

Crown Lengthening - How it WILL Enhance Your Restorative Results

Presented by: James Kohner

2 CEUs

Whether you are doing crown lengthening procedures yourself or referring them out to a colleague, this live webinar will help you to better understand and deal with common everyday restorative challenges. Discussion will include diagnostic criteria, treatment choices, the role of provisionals, methods for achieving patient comfort, and obtaining the required “Biologic Width”.




Sunday, 2/28/2021  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 2/28/202112:00 pm 2/28/20213:00 pm EST Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update Due to their potential for producing life-threatening systemic adverse reactions, a thorough knowledge of the pharmacological and clinical properties of local anesthetic agents is essential for their safe and effective use. This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents. Special emphasis will be given to those agents commonly administered in dental practice and patient management techniques necessary with specific disease states.

Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

Due to their potential for producing life-threatening systemic adverse reactions, a thorough knowledge of the pharmacological and clinical properties of local anesthetic agents is essential for their safe and effective use. This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents. Special emphasis will be given to those agents commonly administered in dental practice and patient management techniques necessary with specific disease states.




Thursday, 3/4/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 3/4/20216:00 pm 3/4/20219:00 pm CST Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 2: Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health The 2nd part of this webinar series will review current concepts of etiology and pathology of periodontal diseases and the interface with systemic health. The effects of periodontal infection and inflammation are not limited to the destruction of the periodontium. There is an increasing body of evidence outlining its influence on systemic health.

Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 2: Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

3 CEUs

The 2nd part of this webinar series will review current concepts of etiology and pathology of periodontal diseases and the interface with systemic health. The effects of periodontal infection and inflammation are not limited to the destruction of the periodontium. There is an increasing body of evidence outlining its influence on systemic health.




Tuesday, 3/9/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 3/9/20216:00 pm 3/9/20219:00 pm EST It’s (Medically) Complicated!: Essential Pharmacology for Treating Medically Complex Dental Patients This comprehensive program explores the dental implications of the prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbal products, nutritional supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. In this live webinar, participants receive this essential information in a format which is not only practical and applicable but also highly entertaining for the entire dental team.

It’s (Medically) Complicated!: Essential Pharmacology for Treating Medically Complex Dental Patients

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This comprehensive program explores the dental implications of the prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbal products, nutritional supplements and substances of abuse most frequently used by patients. In this live webinar, participants receive this essential information in a format which is not only practical and applicable but also highly entertaining for the entire dental team.




Thursday, 3/11/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST

Add Reminder 3/11/20216:00 pm 3/11/20219:00 pm CST Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 3: Periodontal Therapy’s Role in Optimizing Overall Health The third part of the webinar series will discuss how periodontal therapy could play a role in the management and treatment of diabetes, and osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, the prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, cardiovascular disease. Smoking and vaping have negative health consequences and behavior modification is important for treatment success.

Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 3: Periodontal Therapy’s Role in Optimizing Overall Health

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

3 CEUs

The third part of the webinar series will discuss how periodontal therapy could play a role in the management and treatment of diabetes, and osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, the prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, cardiovascular disease. Smoking and vaping have negative health consequences and behavior modification is important for treatment success.




Saturday, 3/13/2021  10:00 am - 1:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 3/13/202110:00 am 3/13/20211:00 pm EST Advanced Hygiene Therapy – Developing a Comprehensive Approach (Part 1) In treating today’s periodontal patient successfully, the clinician must customize a treatment plan that goes beyond the removal of plaque and calculus. Achieving excellent clinical outcomes involves assessing for systemic issues, communicating and customizing home care according to the patient’s level of understanding and ability to perform home care procedures, and choosing appropriate adjuncts to care. In this two-part live webinar, you will learn effective strategies for treating the periodontal patient from A-Z. You will gain a greater understanding of disease pathogenesis and progression and learn why an effective antimicrobial approach is an important part of disease control. We will explore the multi-faceted treatment planning approach that includes scheduling and coding, adjuncts to care, and choosing appropriate home care aids. We will examine documentation for periodontal care and explore strategies for dealing with informed consent and refusal of definitive care.

Advanced Hygiene Therapy – Developing a Comprehensive Approach (Part 1)

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

3 CEUs

In treating today’s periodontal patient successfully, the clinician must customize a treatment plan that goes beyond the removal of plaque and calculus. Achieving excellent clinical outcomes involves assessing for systemic issues, communicating and customizing home care according to the patient’s level of understanding and ability to perform home care procedures, and choosing appropriate adjuncts to care. In this two-part live webinar, you will learn effective strategies for treating the periodontal patient from A-Z. You will gain a greater understanding of disease pathogenesis and progression and learn why an effective antimicrobial approach is an important part of disease control. We will explore the multi-faceted treatment planning approach that includes scheduling and coding, adjuncts to care, and choosing appropriate home care aids. We will examine documentation for periodontal care and explore strategies for dealing with informed consent and refusal of definitive care.




Thursday, 3/18/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 3/18/20216:00 pm 3/18/20219:00 pm EDT The Oral Pathology Playhouse: Name that Disease and other Oral Pathology Party Games This live webinar is different from other Concord Seminars in that it is a self-assessment test that you grade yourself. Everyone gets 100%! At the completion of this live webinar you will be an expert on the soft tissue and radiographic entities that every dentist and hygienist should know. Some interesting cases will “pop up.” Be ready for a real oral pathology adventure. We go over the entities together in an interactive format. It gives you a chance to see what you really know and what you have forgotten since school. This is the test that Dr. Svirsky gives the junior dental students that they have to pass at 100% proficiency to go on to the senior year. Are you ready and able to take the challenge? Let’s have some fun and make a difference in the lives of our patients.

The Oral Pathology Playhouse: Name that Disease and other Oral Pathology Party Games

Presented by: John A. Svirsky

3 CEUs

This live webinar is different from other Concord Seminars in that it is a self-assessment test that you grade yourself. Everyone gets 100%! At the completion of this live webinar you will be an expert on the soft tissue and radiographic entities that every dentist and hygienist should know. Some interesting cases will “pop up.” Be ready for a real oral pathology adventure. We go over the entities together in an interactive format. It gives you a chance to see what you really know and what you have forgotten since school. This is the test that Dr. Svirsky gives the junior dental students that they have to pass at 100% proficiency to go on to the senior year. Are you ready and able to take the challenge? Let’s have some fun and make a difference in the lives of our patients.




Saturday, 3/20/2021  10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 3/20/202110:00 am 3/20/20211:00 pm EDT Advanced Hygiene Therapy – Developing a Comprehensive Approach (Part 2) In treating today’s periodontal patient successfully, the clinician must customize a treatment plan that goes beyond the removal of plaque and calculus. Achieving excellent clinical outcomes involves assessing for systemic issues, communicating and customizing home care according to the patient’s level of understanding and ability to perform home care procedures, and choosing appropriate adjuncts to care. In this two-part live webinar, you will learn effective strategies for treating the periodontal patient from A-Z. You will gain a greater understanding of disease pathogenesis and progression and learn why an effective antimicrobial approach is an important part of disease control. We will explore the multi-faceted treatment planning approach that includes scheduling and coding, adjuncts to care, and choosing appropriate home care aids. We will examine documentation for periodontal care and explore strategies for dealing with informed consent and refusal of definitive care.

Advanced Hygiene Therapy – Developing a Comprehensive Approach (Part 2)

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

3 CEUs

In treating today’s periodontal patient successfully, the clinician must customize a treatment plan that goes beyond the removal of plaque and calculus. Achieving excellent clinical outcomes involves assessing for systemic issues, communicating and customizing home care according to the patient’s level of understanding and ability to perform home care procedures, and choosing appropriate adjuncts to care. In this two-part live webinar, you will learn effective strategies for treating the periodontal patient from A-Z. You will gain a greater understanding of disease pathogenesis and progression and learn why an effective antimicrobial approach is an important part of disease control. We will explore the multi-faceted treatment planning approach that includes scheduling and coding, adjuncts to care, and choosing appropriate home care aids. We will examine documentation for periodontal care and explore strategies for dealing with informed consent and refusal of definitive care.




Sunday, 3/21/2021  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 3/21/202112:00 pm 3/21/20213:00 pm EDT Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update Due to their potential for producing life-threatening systemic adverse reactions, a thorough knowledge of the pharmacological and clinical properties of local anesthetic agents is essential for their safe and effective use. This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents. Special emphasis will be given to those agents commonly administered in dental practice and patient management techniques necessary with specific disease states.

Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

Due to their potential for producing life-threatening systemic adverse reactions, a thorough knowledge of the pharmacological and clinical properties of local anesthetic agents is essential for their safe and effective use. This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents. Special emphasis will be given to those agents commonly administered in dental practice and patient management techniques necessary with specific disease states.




Tuesday, 3/23/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 3/23/20216:00 pm 3/23/20219:00 pm EDT Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.

Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.




Tuesday, 3/30/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 3/30/20216:00 pm 3/30/20219:00 pm EDT Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know This live webinar will introduce dental professionals to the most current information regarding the pharmacology of cannabis, including its various dosage forms, routes of administration and adverse effects. Special emphasis will be placed on the effects of cannabis use on oral health and dental treatment, as well as the proposed use of cannabis in dentistry for the management of patient anxiety and odontogenic pain.

Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This live webinar will introduce dental professionals to the most current information regarding the pharmacology of cannabis, including its various dosage forms, routes of administration and adverse effects. Special emphasis will be placed on the effects of cannabis use on oral health and dental treatment, as well as the proposed use of cannabis in dentistry for the management of patient anxiety and odontogenic pain.




Tuesday, 4/6/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 4/6/20216:00 pm 4/6/20219:00 pm EDT Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update Due to their potential for producing life-threatening systemic adverse reactions, a thorough knowledge of the pharmacological and clinical properties of local anesthetic agents is essential for their safe and effective use. This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents. Special emphasis will be given to those agents commonly administered in dental practice and patient management techniques necessary with specific disease states.

Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

Due to their potential for producing life-threatening systemic adverse reactions, a thorough knowledge of the pharmacological and clinical properties of local anesthetic agents is essential for their safe and effective use. This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology and therapeutics of local anesthetic agents. Special emphasis will be given to those agents commonly administered in dental practice and patient management techniques necessary with specific disease states.




Wednesday, 4/7/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

Add Reminder 4/7/20216:00 pm 4/7/20219:00 pm CDT Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 1: The New Periodontal Disease Classification The 2017 AAP/EPF World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal diseases represents a paradigm shift in periodontal care. The staging of the periodontitis and subsequent grading of the progression based on systemic and local risk factors are valuable for periodontal therapy. This course will set the stage for personalized care for patients with periodontitis.

Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 1: The New Periodontal Disease Classification

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

3 CEUs

The 2017 AAP/EPF World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal diseases represents a paradigm shift in periodontal care. The staging of the periodontitis and subsequent grading of the progression based on systemic and local risk factors are valuable for periodontal therapy. This course will set the stage for personalized care for patients with periodontitis.




Saturday, 4/10/2021  10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 4/10/202110:00 am 4/10/20211:00 pm EDT Prevention vs. Prosecution – Patient Care Issues in Dentistry The practice of dentistry and dental hygiene involves adhering to strict standards of care. This course examines the best methods for producing desirable results to avoid injury. Clinical standards are reflected in various case histories. Proper documentation protocol, the gold standard in mitigating liability, is also discussed. Mitigating liability includes developing superb communication skills necessary to help patients understand treatment advantages, disadvantages, risks, and alternatives.

Prevention vs. Prosecution – Patient Care Issues in Dentistry

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

3 CEUs

The practice of dentistry and dental hygiene involves adhering to strict standards of care. This course examines the best methods for producing desirable results to avoid injury. Clinical standards are reflected in various case histories. Proper documentation protocol, the gold standard in mitigating liability, is also discussed. Mitigating liability includes developing superb communication skills necessary to help patients understand treatment advantages, disadvantages, risks, and alternatives.




Tuesday, 4/13/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 4/13/20216:00 pm 4/13/20219:00 pm EDT Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know This live webinar will introduce dental professionals to the most current information regarding the pharmacology of cannabis, including its various dosage forms, routes of administration and adverse effects. Special emphasis will be placed on the effects of cannabis use on oral health and dental treatment, as well as the proposed use of cannabis in dentistry for the management of patient anxiety and odontogenic pain.

Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This live webinar will introduce dental professionals to the most current information regarding the pharmacology of cannabis, including its various dosage forms, routes of administration and adverse effects. Special emphasis will be placed on the effects of cannabis use on oral health and dental treatment, as well as the proposed use of cannabis in dentistry for the management of patient anxiety and odontogenic pain.




Thursday, 4/14/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

Add Reminder 4/14/20216:00 pm 4/14/20219:00 pm CDT Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 2: Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health The 2nd part of this webinar series will review current concepts of etiology and pathology of periodontal diseases and the interface with systemic health. The effects of periodontal infection and inflammation are not limited to the destruction of the periodontium. There is an increasing body of evidence outlining its influence on systemic health.

Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 2: Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

3 CEUs

The 2nd part of this webinar series will review current concepts of etiology and pathology of periodontal diseases and the interface with systemic health. The effects of periodontal infection and inflammation are not limited to the destruction of the periodontium. There is an increasing body of evidence outlining its influence on systemic health.




Saturday, 4/17/2021  10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 4/17/202110:00 am 4/17/20211:00 pm EDT Ten Things You Should Never Say to Patients: Communication Tools You Need Every superb dental professional needs two things - clinical or technical expertise and excellent communication skills. Clinical/technical expertise is not enough to build and maintain thriving patient relationships. This live webinar dissects some of the most challenging communication scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations or when discussing third party benefits and financial matters.

Ten Things You Should Never Say to Patients: Communication Tools You Need

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

3 CEUs

Every superb dental professional needs two things - clinical or technical expertise and excellent communication skills. Clinical/technical expertise is not enough to build and maintain thriving patient relationships. This live webinar dissects some of the most challenging communication scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations or when discussing third party benefits and financial matters.




Wednesday, 4/21/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

Add Reminder 4/21/20216:00 pm 4/21/20219:00 pm CDT Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 3: Periodontal Therapy’s Role in Optimizing Overall Health The third part of the webinar series will discuss how periodontal therapy could play a role in the management and treatment of diabetes, and osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, the prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, cardiovascular disease. Smoking and vaping have negative health consequences and behavior modification is important for treatment success.

Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 3: Periodontal Therapy’s Role in Optimizing Overall Health

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

3 CEUs

The third part of the webinar series will discuss how periodontal therapy could play a role in the management and treatment of diabetes, and osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, the prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, cardiovascular disease. Smoking and vaping have negative health consequences and behavior modification is important for treatment success.




Sunday, 4/25/2021  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 4/25/202112:00 pm 4/25/20213:00 pm EDT Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.

Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office

Presented by: Thomas A. Viola

3 CEUs

This live webinar will provide participants with an overview of the pharmacology of pain control and the effective management of acute dental pain using non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Special emphasis will be given to appropriate prescribing practices for opioid analgesics.