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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Sunday, 9/27/2020  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 9/27/202012:00 pm 9/27/20203:00 pm EDT Cannabis & Oral Health: What You Need to Know This program 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 program 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.




Friday, 10/2/2020  9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Add Reminder 10/2/20209:00 am 10/2/202011:00 am EDT The Consummate Dental Hygiene Department – Scheduling Care, Clinical Protocol, and Supportive Periodontal Therapy This course covers the intricacies of delivering definitive care. We will examine proper scheduling and coding based on case type, and we will discuss various homecare modalities and customization. You will learn an effective step-by-step periodontal debridement protocol that includes reducing post-scaling sensitivity and controlling aerosols. You will learn the appropriate care for supportive periodontal therapy after definitive care is completed. Finally, we will discuss supportive care for implants and implant supported dentures.

The Consummate Dental Hygiene Department – Scheduling Care, Clinical Protocol, and Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

2 CEUs

This course covers the intricacies of delivering definitive care. We will examine proper scheduling and coding based on case type, and we will discuss various homecare modalities and customization. You will learn an effective step-by-step periodontal debridement protocol that includes reducing post-scaling sensitivity and controlling aerosols. You will learn the appropriate care for supportive periodontal therapy after definitive care is completed. Finally, we will discuss supportive care for implants and implant supported dentures.




Tuesday, 10/6/2020  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/6/20206:00 pm 10/6/20209:00 pm EDT Let’s Talk About Infection Control and OSHA (COVID-19 Update) This seminar will discuss the most recent infection control recommendations and regulations, along with updates on OSHA regulations as they pertain to dental settings. In addition, modifications to Standard Precautions necessitated by emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic will be highlighted in light of recent CDC, OSHA, and other health organization published recommendations.

Let’s Talk About Infection Control and OSHA (COVID-19 Update)

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

This seminar will discuss the most recent infection control recommendations and regulations, along with updates on OSHA regulations as they pertain to dental settings. In addition, modifications to Standard Precautions necessitated by emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic will be highlighted in light of recent CDC, OSHA, and other health organization published recommendations.




Wednesday, 10/7/2020  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

Add Reminder 10/7/20206:00 pm 10/7/20209:00 pm CDT Appropriate Prescribing Practices for Opioid Analgesics in the Dental Office This program 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 program 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.




Friday, 10/9/2020  9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Add Reminder 10/9/20209:00 am 10/9/202011:00 am EDT The Consummate Dental Hygiene Department – Mitigating Liability and Patient Care Issues The practice of dentistry and dental hygiene involves adhering to established 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. We will dissect some of the most challenging scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations or necessary radiographs, and implementing an informed consent/informed refusal protocol. You will gain useful information to improve your own communication skills.

The Consummate Dental Hygiene Department – Mitigating Liability and Patient Care Issues

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

2 CEUs

The practice of dentistry and dental hygiene involves adhering to established 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. We will dissect some of the most challenging scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations or necessary radiographs, and implementing an informed consent/informed refusal protocol. You will gain useful information to improve your own communication skills.




Saturday, 10/10/2020  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/10/202012:00 pm 10/10/20203:00 pm EDT 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! 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! 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, 10/13/2020  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/13/20206:00 pm 10/13/20209:00 pm EDT Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths This live webinar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Updated information on progress toward development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine will be featured. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

This live webinar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Updated information on progress toward development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine will be featured. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.




Friday, 10/16/2020  9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Add Reminder 10/16/20209:00 am 10/16/202011:00 am EDT The Consummate Dental Hygiene Department – Communication Tools for Dental Professionals This seminar dissects some of the most challenging communication scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations, necessary radiographs, or restorative dentistry. Other topics include one-on-one communication about patient care issues, barriers to communication, and developing a superb chairside manner. You will also learn valuable strategies for reducing disappointments, the bane of many dental practices. Every attendee will gain useful information to improve his/her own communication skills.

The Consummate Dental Hygiene Department – Communication Tools for Dental Professionals

Presented by: Dianne Glasscoe Watterson

2 CEUs

This seminar dissects some of the most challenging communication scenarios in the dental office, such as what to say when patients reject treatment recommendations, necessary radiographs, or restorative dentistry. Other topics include one-on-one communication about patient care issues, barriers to communication, and developing a superb chairside manner. You will also learn valuable strategies for reducing disappointments, the bane of many dental practices. Every attendee will gain useful information to improve his/her own communication skills.




Saturday, 10/17/2020  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/17/20201:00 pm 10/17/20204:00 pm EDT Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases UPDATED: Infectious diseases described over the past 4 decades include those caused by newly discovered pathogens. The most recent epidemiologic and scientific evidence pertaining to SARS-CoV-2 disease will be presented, including progress in antiviral treatment, serologic testing and vaccine development.. In addition, sections on occupational hazards related to the Dental field will be expanded upon to include modifications to infection prevention strategies.

Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

UPDATED: Infectious diseases described over the past 4 decades include those caused by newly discovered pathogens. The most recent epidemiologic and scientific evidence pertaining to SARS-CoV-2 disease will be presented, including progress in antiviral treatment, serologic testing and vaccine development.. In addition, sections on occupational hazards related to the Dental field will be expanded upon to include modifications to infection prevention strategies.




Wednesday, 10/21/2020  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

Add Reminder 10/21/20206:00 pm 10/21/20209:00 pm CDT Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Local Anesthesia: An Overview & Update This program 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. 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 program 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

This program 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. 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 program 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, 10/21/2020  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/21/20207:00 pm 10/21/20209:00 pm EDT Allergies: Increasing Population Incidence and Their Challenges to Health Care Upon completion of this course, 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 course, 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.




Saturday, 10/24/2020  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/24/20201:00 pm 10/24/20204:00 pm EDT Let’s Talk About Infection Control and OSHA (COVID-19 Update) This seminar will discuss the most recent infection control recommendations and regulations, along with updates on OSHA regulations as they pertain to dental settings. In addition, modifications to Standard Precautions necessitated by emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic will be highlighted in light of recent CDC, OSHA, and other health organization published recommendations.

Let’s Talk About Infection Control and OSHA (COVID-19 Update)

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

This seminar will discuss the most recent infection control recommendations and regulations, along with updates on OSHA regulations as they pertain to dental settings. In addition, modifications to Standard Precautions necessitated by emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic will be highlighted in light of recent CDC, OSHA, and other health organization published recommendations.




Saturday, 10/24/2020  9:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

Add Reminder 10/24/20209:00 am 10/24/202012:00 pm CDT Radiographic Oddities & Forensic Dentistry Radiopaque bony lesions can be difficult to distinguish and it is vital to recognize the conditions that require intervention from those that require no treatment. Numerous clinical examples will highlight these important lesions with focus on the distinction of reactive and developmental from neoplastic. Dental professionals can be asked to provide an important component in identifying accident and crime victims. The process of the identification of human remains will feature real crime stories.

Radiographic Oddities & Forensic Dentistry

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

3 CEUs

Radiopaque bony lesions can be difficult to distinguish and it is vital to recognize the conditions that require intervention from those that require no treatment. Numerous clinical examples will highlight these important lesions with focus on the distinction of reactive and developmental from neoplastic. Dental professionals can be asked to provide an important component in identifying accident and crime victims. The process of the identification of human remains will feature real crime stories.




Wednesday, 10/28/2020  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/28/20207:00 pm 10/28/20209:00 pm EDT Allergies: Increasing Population Incidence and Their Challenges to Health Care Upon completion of this course, 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 course, 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.




Saturday, 10/31/2020  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/31/20201:00 pm 10/31/20204:00 pm EDT Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths This live webinar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Updated information on progress toward development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine will be featured. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

This live webinar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Updated information on progress toward development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine will be featured. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.




Saturday, 10/31/2020  9:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

Add Reminder 10/31/20209:00 am 10/31/202012:00 pm EDT Pediatric Oral Pathology Children are different in so many ways! And while many oddities are not age-specific there are many pathologic findings that are unique to kids or occur with greater frequency than in adults. This course will highlight pediatric pathology including developmental disorders, tumors, infectious diseases, and bony lesions.

Pediatric Oral Pathology

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

3 CEUs

Children are different in so many ways! And while many oddities are not age-specific there are many pathologic findings that are unique to kids or occur with greater frequency than in adults. This course will highlight pediatric pathology including developmental disorders, tumors, infectious diseases, and bony lesions.




Friday, 11/6/2020  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 11/6/202012:00 pm 11/6/20203:00 pm EST Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases UPDATED: Infectious diseases described over the past 4 decades include those caused by newly discovered pathogens. The most recent epidemiologic and scientific evidence pertaining to SARS-CoV-2 disease will be presented, including progress in antiviral treatment, serologic testing and vaccine development.. In addition, sections on occupational hazards related to the Dental field will be expanded upon to include modifications to infection prevention strategies.

Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

UPDATED: Infectious diseases described over the past 4 decades include those caused by newly discovered pathogens. The most recent epidemiologic and scientific evidence pertaining to SARS-CoV-2 disease will be presented, including progress in antiviral treatment, serologic testing and vaccine development.. In addition, sections on occupational hazards related to the Dental field will be expanded upon to include modifications to infection prevention strategies.




Friday, 11/13/2020  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 11/13/202012:00 pm 11/13/20203:00 pm EST Let’s Talk About Infection Control and OSHA (COVID-19 Update) This seminar will discuss the most recent infection control recommendations and regulations, along with updates on OSHA regulations as they pertain to dental settings. In addition, modifications to Standard Precautions necessitated by emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic will be highlighted in light of recent CDC, OSHA, and other health organization published recommendations.

Let’s Talk About Infection Control and OSHA (COVID-19 Update)

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

This seminar will discuss the most recent infection control recommendations and regulations, along with updates on OSHA regulations as they pertain to dental settings. In addition, modifications to Standard Precautions necessitated by emergence of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic will be highlighted in light of recent CDC, OSHA, and other health organization published recommendations.




Friday, 11/20/2020  12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Add Reminder 11/20/202012:00 pm 11/20/20203:00 pm EST Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths This live webinar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Updated information on progress toward development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine will be featured. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.

Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths

Presented by: John A. Molinari

3 CEUs

This live webinar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Updated information on progress toward development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine will be featured. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.




Saturday, 11/21/2020  10:00 am - 1:00 pm MST

Add Reminder 11/21/202010:00 am 11/21/20201:00 pm MST Pediatric Oral Pathology Children are different in so many ways! And while many oddities are not age-specific there are many pathologic findings that are unique to kids or occur with greater frequency than in adults. This course will highlight pediatric pathology including developmental disorders, tumors, infectious diseases, and bony lesions.

Pediatric Oral Pathology

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

3 CEUs

Children are different in so many ways! And while many oddities are not age-specific there are many pathologic findings that are unique to kids or occur with greater frequency than in adults. This course will highlight pediatric pathology including developmental disorders, tumors, infectious diseases, and bony lesions.