Continuing Professional Dental
Skills Enhancement Workshops for Dental Hygienists
and Dental Assistants
MCC's Dental Studies Program and Office of Workforce
Development offer a variety of programs to meet your continuing education
needs. If you are looking to build professional skills in a specific
area or need contact hours to fulfill licensing/certification requirements,
register for these informative seminars.
For information or registration for continuing
education courses, call 292-3660, be ready with course information,
social security number, and VISA/MasterCard information. On-line registration
is available through our
Workforce Development department.
Administration & Monitoring of Local Infiltration
Anesthesia and Nitrous Oxide Anelgesia in the Practice of Dental Hygiene
(45 contact hours)
This course satisfies the state educational requirements for certification
in the administration and monitoring of local infiltration anesthesia
and nitrous oxide analgesia for dental hygienists. The course consists
of 30 hours of classroom instruction (didactic component) in nitrous
oxide analgesia and local infiltration anesthesia. An additional 15
hours is devoted to the clinical and laboratory component. The course
curriculum in based on amendments to Regulation 52.9 of the Regulations
of the commissioner of Education.
Barrier Precaution & Infection Control
(2 contact hours)
This two-hour course meets thee requirements of the NYS Education Department
and the Department of Health for re-regulation of licensed professionals.
Course materials and a certificate of completion is provided.
Current Concepts in Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment
(2 contact hours)
This course encompasses Parts I & II of a 4-part series in concepts in orthodontic diagnosis and treatment related to the following areas:
- Growth and Development
- Eruption Timing of the Teeth
- Definition of the Ideal Relationship of the Adult Dentition
- Diagnosis of Problems at Various Ages Leading up to the Adult Dentition
- Problems Associated with Dysfunctional Bite
- The Extraction/Non-Extraction Decision
- The Surgical/Non-Surgical Decision