Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry has been offering live CE webinars through Cisco Webex which enables you to participate in interactive, distance learning from the comfort of your home. Live, interactive CE webinars offered by the Dugoni School of Dentistry are considered as in-person, live courses by the Dental Board of California. However, this may vary for license renewal in other states. 


Please check the course pages on this website for the most up-to-date programming information. We hope you all stay safe during this unprecedented time.


Upcoming CE Courses


The Division of Continuing Dental Education at the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry is dedicated to educating dental professionals by providing the highest quality CE programs available in dentistry today. We offer a variety of CE programs, including: lecture courses, hands-on workshops, mini residency programs, certification programs and travel programs.  To access the CDE policies and general information, click here


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If you encounter any issues, please call us at (415) 929-6486 or email us at cedental@pacific.edu. 

Upcoming Event
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Live Webinar-Meth Mouth: A State of Decay
With methamphetamine being the second most widely abused drug in the world, it is likely that you are treating patients who use methamphetamine and have “meth mouth”; teeth that are rotted, blackened, and broken. Many clinicians are not aware of the signs and symptoms of methamphetamine use, or the medical, legal, and ethical issues associated with treating the addicted patient. In this interactive webinar, discover why methamphetamine is the “hot” street drug and why users will give up their smile for a meth high. Learn how to recognize the oral, physical and behavioral clues of methamphetamine abuse and how to communicate your concerns to your patients. Learn how to treat patients with “meth mouth” effectively and safely and recognize your professional responsibilities and your own personal boundaries in treating the “addicted” patient.
9:00 AM - 12/4/2020 4:00 PM
RDHAP: Oral Health for People with Special Needs Fall 2020
The RDHAP course was designed for dental professionals wanting to expand their knowledge and ability to treat people with special needs in the dental office and off-site settings, who may have complex medical, psychological or social situations in traditional and non-traditional settings.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Elements of Composite Art and The Power of Pink: Techniques for Restorations with Bioactive Composites
When done properly, direct bonding is truly the most creative dental treatment that today’s dentist can render. For clinicians, there are difficulties that make material selection a stressful experience. Without proper shade selection or preparation, the results can be unpredictable at best and esthetically unacceptable at worst.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Evidence-based Implant Treatment Planning for Partially and Completely Edentulous Patients
A survey of dental practitioners has revealed that the number one concern in implant dentistry is appropriate treatment planning. This lecture will teach you how to apply best available evidence to implant treatment planning decision making
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Live Webinar: The Dental Professional's Role in the Evaluation, Diagnosis & Treatment of Snoring and Sleep Apnea
This interactive webinar will include the basic of normal sleep patterns, snoring and sleep apnea in adults and in children, co-morbidities and consequences of sleep apnea and the dental professionals role in screening, referral and treatment of snoring and sleep apnea.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Function, Parafunction and What the Function-Forces That Threaten Our Success
Treatment planning and occlusion seem to get relegated and put on hold for those ‘special’ cases and perfect patients. In this program we will explore and discuss the application of communication, treatment planning and occlusion in everyday dentistry and beyond.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Lights, Camera, Anterior Composites
With contemporary direct composite systems, now the clinician can truly be an artist by conservatively and esthetically creating restorations that are so life like that they virtually emulate the beauty of natural tooth structure. However, rehabilitating or enhancing a smile with direct composite resins can be a challenge. The task not only requires an understanding of the intricacies of shade selection, but also a mastery of replicating the uniqueness of natural tooth morphology and luster of the restoration.
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Dental Hygiene Symposium
Join us for the annual Dental Hygiene Symposium at the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry featuring Barry Taylor, DMD on Green Dentistry: Cannabis and Oral Health and Judy Bendit, RDH, MS on The Myths, Legends and Realities of OTC Products.
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Infection Control and the California Dental Practice Act
The Dental Board of California requires all dentists, registered dental hygienists and registered dental assistants take two units each of dental law and infection control every two years in order to renew their license.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Clinical Restorative Dentistry Update: Practical Techniques to Improve Results
This lecture will provide you with practical clinical recommendations for procedures ranging from diagnosis, treatment planning and execution of direct and indirect techniques in the field of restorative dentistry.
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Oral Surgery for General Practitioners: Comprehensive Training from A to Z
In this comprehensive, hands-on workshop for general dentists, participants will learn basic to advanced concepts and skills in oral surgery.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Prescribing Opioids: 'With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility'
Dentists are in a tough place when it comes to pain. Whether pain is caused by infection, or our own procedures, patients expect us to relieve their pain. The more severe the pain, the quicker and more potent they want the solution to be. Narcotics can provide substantial pain relief, and when used judiciously on a case-by-case basis, they can be a valuable tool.