Continuing Education

Due to COVID-19, We Are Hosting a Webinar Series:

Minimally Invasive Facial Cosmetic Surgery

Speaker: Faisel Quereshy DDS MD FACS
Professor and Program Director, Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH

Topic: Minimally Invasive Facial Cosmetic Surgery

Who Should Attend:Medical and Dental Professionals, and staff

*The learning objectives of this activity will earn attendees 2 Continuing Education (CE) hours.

Complications of Dentoalveolar surgery

Speaker: Scott Claiborne DDS MD of Minnesota Oral and Facial Surgery, Sartell, MN

Topic: Complications of Dentoalveolar Surgery

Who Should Attend: Medical and Dental Professionals, and staff

*The learning objectives of this activity will earn attendees 2 Continuing Education (CE) hours.

Dr. Claiborne is originally from North Carolina, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology and History, with honors, from Wake Forest University in 2004. He attended the University of Maryland from 2005-2009, where he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree.

He maintains a strong clinical interest in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with chronic head, neck, and facial pain. He has written multiple textbook chapters and presented research at local, national, and international meetings in the field of Oral/Head and Neck Oncology. He was also board certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 2012.

Spring Conference: March 25 – Radisson Blu, Mall of America 8a – 3pm. 6 CE credits


Speakers: Patrica Rake DDS, Deepak Kademani DMD MD FACS, Deepak Krishnan DDS FACS, Bruce Templeton DDS, Muath Asamarai DDS

Who Should Attend: Medical and Dental Professionals, and staff

This unique and comprehensive course has been designed for the dental provider and staff to address general principals of safe anesthesia administration in the clinic setting. Our experienced speakers will address relevant topics including how to create a team-based approach to sedation, appropriate patient selection, and special considerations when administering sedation to a wide variety of patients. Additional topics include documentation with medical error pitfalls and emergency airway management. Aimed to update knowledge and improve outcomes, this is an in-depth and concise course that will improve effectiveness and comfort with anesthesia in the clinic setting.

  1. Identify necessary roles and requirements to create a safe, team-based approach to anesthesia administration including patient selection and pre-operative assessment to ensure a safe anesthesia model and patient experience.
  2. Identify special considerations for pediatric, geriatric, and substance abuse patients including patient preparation and principles of emergency training for the dental team.
  3. Demonstrate appropriate documentation and common medical error pitfalls to prepare the team for success with anesthesia administration.
  4. Identify emergency protocols, airway management, and team tips for when complications arise.
*The learning objectives of this activity will earn attendees 6 Continuing Education (CE) hours.

Will be with Zimmer at Olde Brick House, St. Cloud. More details to come.

Will be held in Sartell or Minneapolis. More details to come.

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    (320) 257-9555

    2380 Troop Drive, Suite 202
    Sartell, MN 56377

    (320) 235-7290

    1101 South 1st Stree
    Willmar, MN 56201

    (612) 464-8803

    740 Portland Ave C101,
    Minneapolis MN 55415