AGD Pharmacology Webinar Series

AGD Pharmacology Webinar Series

These webinars are designed to expand your knowledge of pharmacology and provide you with new solutions for day-to-day challenges. Save money by registering for the entire three-part series.

Price for Series: Members $150     Non-members $250    Student Members $75

Registering for the series gives you access to all three webinars, which you can watch live or on-demand.

  Antibiotics Therapies in Dentistry

Benn Lieberman, DMD

Tuesday, August 15, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. CDT

Credits: 1.5**

Subject Code: 016 - Pharmacotherapeutics

Price: Member $75    Non-member $125    Student Member $37.50

Description: This course will provide a brief history of antibiotics use. Attendees will be able to recognize clinical situations which warrant antibiotics. Attendees will be introduced to current uses of antibiotic therapies in the office and hospital setting. They will be able to prescribe antibiotics based on the clinical situation with up-to-date recommendations.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identification of infections
  • Indications of antibiotic use
  •  Proper selection of antibiotics

  in Dentistry and Their Effective Use

Peter Nkansah, MSc, DDS, FADSA

Thursday, September 21, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. CDT

Credits: 1.5**

Subject code: 340 - Anesthesia, Pain Management, Sedation & Pharmacology

Price: Members $75    Non-members $125    Student Members $37.50

Description: Pain from dental procedures is a constant possibility. Fortunately, there are strategies and medications that can provide pain relief for most situations. This presentation will review analgesic pharmacology as well as clinical approaches to help your patients following any procedures that you might perform.


Learning objectives:

  • Pharmacology and use of NSAIDs and acetaminophen
  • Pharmacology and use of opioids
  • Clinical strategies for providing analgesia
  • Pathways of pain Polypharmacy for Medically Complex Dental Patients

Larry Williams, DDS, MAGD, ABGD

Thursday, October 12, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. CDT

Credits: 1.5**

Subject code: 345 – Prescription Medication Management

Price: Members $75    Non-members $125    Student Members $37.50

Description: In order to provide outstanding dental care to patients, the oral healthcare team must take a holistic approach to the needs of the patient. The issue of polypharmacy must be taken into account as this points to complex medical issues. Patients that present with complex medical issues must be treated very carefully. In order to provide this care, there must be sufficient time at each appointment to discuss medications, health issues, treatment limitations, and expected outcomes.


Learning objectives:

  • Better understanding of the “clues” that certain medications give to the health of the patient
  • Better understanding of ways to generate communication in the clinical setting
  • Better understanding of the impact of certain medications as they pertain to oral health and treatment outcomes


 **Only registered attendees will receive CE credit.


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