Using Down Time Wisely: Resources for Continuing Education - Dental City Blog

In light of the directive from the ADA to suspend all non-emergency dental procedures, chances are you may have more down time than usual. To help you have the opportunity to keep learning and maintain your continuing education requirements, we’re sharing a variety of courses and resources to earn CE credits.

3M Health Care Academy

It’s a vault of valuable resources to help deepen your expertise and improve patient care—organized, updated and accessible at any time…from anywhere. Our dental continuing education includes in-person events, on-demand dental webinars, instructional videos, and educational resources.

Ivoclar Vivadent

The following classes are available for CE credit. You can view the classes without logging in, however, if you decide to take the exam for CE credit, you will be prompted to log in. If you don’t have an account, you can create one for FREE. Creating an Ivoclar Vivadent account is fast and easy.

DMG

This website gives you immediate access to our multimedia training library where you can learn about new techniques and products.

Hu-Friedys

Hu-Friedy is proud to offer dental professionals free continuing education courses through live hands-on programs and both live and on-demand webinars.

Pulpdent

This website gives you immediate access to our multimedia training library where you can learn about new techniques and products. Earn interactive CE credit by signing up for Pulpdent live webinars. Earn self-study CE credit by viewing the on-demand webinars.

Young

Series of 1-hour CE courses designed to provide you with an engaging and immersive educational experience, right from home! With its mission of Creating Smiles, Creating Possibilities, the Young Innovations Clinical Education Program strives to identify, develop and support lifelong learning opportunities for the dental hygiene community.

Dental Learning

Conservative Access and Excavation for Dentin and Enamel Preservation. This course presents two specific technologies that share these goals. A unique carbide bur is introduced for conservative and precise access to carious lesions in occlusal fissures. A novel polymer bur is presented for providing objective, efficient and conservative excavation of carious dentin.