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⭐ 2 Topics/1 Day “Anesthesia for Numbies, The ‘How to Guide’ for Dental Anesthesia” & Lights, Camera, Irrigation!

October 25

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“Anesthesia for Numbies, The ‘How to Guide’ for Dental Anesthesia”

Effective anesthesia shouldn’t be guessing game, it should be your “A” game. Every dentist has had a “Hot Tooth”…the one that couldn’t get numb. That tooth is every dentist’s – and EVERY PATIENT’S – worst nightmare. Learn how to gain your patient’s trust and confidence to perform the best treatment complete and predictable anesthesia. We will discuss the most effective anesthetics with the best techniques to provide profound and repeatable anesthesia for every dental procedure. We will also review which adjuncts work…and which don’t. Learn the best techniques to turn that “Hot Tooth” into a sleeping giant.

During this Program, Practitioners will learn:

  • Easy and effective tricks that help take the fear out of anesthesia.
  • The best anesthetic protocol to use for every type of treatment.
  • How to utilize adjunctive techniques and instruments to provide profound anesthesia.
  • Amazing pain management before, during and after dental treatment.…

Lights, Camera, Irrigation!
Endodontic Irrigations for the General Dentist

With all the gadgets and widgets on the market, how do you decide what to use for your endo irrigation. We will discuss the best tools techniques and products to disinfect your root canals predictably and efficiently. Dive deep into irrigating solutions with this program and elevate your root canal irrigation strategies.


  • The pros and cons of dental irrigating solutions.
  • Which irrigant solutions can be mixed and which cannot.
  • The different types of solution activation.
  • Which instruments/techniques provide the best activation.
  • To develop an irrigation protocol to maximize canal cleanliness.


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Dr. Walsh is a Board-Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics and an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Texas A&M College of Dentistry where he teaches in the clinic and lectures to dental students. Dr. Walsh is actively involved in research relating bio-ceramic materials and clinical outcomes. He also participates in the National Dental Practice-Based Research Network, which is a nationwide group of dental providers committed to advancing knowledge of dental practice with evidence-based research.

Friday, October 25, 2024
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. | 7 credit hours
IN-PERSON at the Rutgers School of Dentistry
$235 Dentists | Code: 25D0206

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October 25


Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
50 12th Avenue
Newark, NJ 07103


  • The Commission on Dental Competency Assessments (CDCA) Review
  • Customized Remediation (Call for information: 973-972-6561)

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MailRutgers School of Dental Medicine
Continuing Dental Education
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