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Sedation Protocols and Emergency Preparedness

What You Need to Know to Meet Requirements

What You Will Learn

  • Changes to the Dental Practice Act that affect sedation
  • How to stay in compliance with TSBDE evolving rules

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What You Will Learn

  • Changes to the Dental Practice Act that affect sedation
  • How to stay in compliance with TSBDE evolving rules
Date Published

September 22, 2018


Texas Academy of General Dentistry


Dental Practice Act, Sedation


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In 2017, the Texas Legislature made changes to the Dental Practice Act that affected the administration of all types of sedation in Texas. The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE) is currently writing rules to comply with the changes directed by the legislature. In this session, we will review those legislative changes and give up-to-date information on the rules making progress by the Board so that you can administer sedation that stays in compliance with the evolving State Board rules.

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Course Completion for Credit: Upon purchase, you will have 45 days to complete the program for credit. You will still have access to the program after the 45 days, but will not be able to receive credit.

TAGD is a PACE Provider, #219328. This course provides 1.0 hours of Online Self Instruction.

AGD Subject Codes: 340 Anesthesia and Pain Management

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Dr. Ernie Luce

Dr. Luce completed dental school at the University of Texas Dental Branch, Houston in 1985. After completion of a General... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Sedation Protocols and Emergency Preparedness: What You Need to Know to Meet Requirements - Video
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How to Attend

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