Have you met the Texas State Board of Dental Examiner’s new CE requirements yet? If not, we can help.
All dentists who provide direct patient care need to complete 4 hours every 2 years in controlled substance CE—even if you don’t have a DEA registration (Rule §104.1 (2)(B)). And if you do hold a DEA registration, you need to complete 2 hours of controlled substance CE within 1 year of the issue date (Rule §104.1 (2)(B)).
If you still need to meet these CE requirements, we have good news: we’ve added another date for our CE course that meets both requirements. That means you can get 6 hours’ worth of required CE with just this one, 4-hour course! We’re teaming up with UTHealth School of Dentistry at Houston’s PACE Center once again, to bring you this live, interactive webinar.
Safe and Effective Pain Management When Ethically Prescribing Opioids and Other Controlled Substances to Dental Patients
Friday, November 19th, 2021
8:30 AM-12:45 PM
Click here to sign up and learn more.
Want to know more about what CE you are required to take, and when? Click here to see our “CE Requirements for Texas Dentists” infographic.
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