“Neurotoxin Therapies for the Dental Professionals” with Dr. Timothy Hess
March 1 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm PST$99.00 – $2,700.00
Credits: 8 Lecture & Participation Subject Code: 130 Elective
Open to Dentists, In State, Out of State and International with Proof of Malpractice Insurance and Dental Licenses. Dental Assistants & Hygiene Staff may register with dentist/dentists. Dental Hygienist per Washington State Law cannot inject neurotoxins.
Location: Washington AGD Educational Center (Breakfast, Lunch, Parking & all materials included with Registration)
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM PT (No lunch break)
Tuition: AGD Member Dentist: $2200
*AGD Member Staff (Dental Assistant or Hygienist) with Dentist: $600
*Non-AGD Member Dentist: $2700
*AGD Member Staff (Dental Assistant or Hygienist) with Dentist: $700
*UWSOD AGD Dental Student Member D1-D4 (Observe Only): $99
DESCRIPTION OF COURSE CONTENT:
Botulinum Toxin-A (BTX-A) utilization by health care professionals is increasing. The dentist’s expert knowledge of the head and neck anatomy make them an ideal provider of BTX-A therapies. This course will focus on aesthetic and therapeutic procedures that can be easily incorporated into any dental practice. This presentation will be didactic and include demonstrations of BTX-A administration as well as hands-on participation by attendees.
THE EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
Educational Objectives will focus on but not limited to:
- Introduction to BTX-A aesthetic procedures and therapeutic procedures of the head and neck performed by dentists
- Preparation and administration of BTX-A
- Evaluation, communication and documentation of BTX-A treatments to achieve clinical success and meet patient expectations
The course is recommended for dentists wishing to implement Botulinum Toxin-A aesthetic or therapeutic procedures into their practices. Dentists are encouraged to bring a staff member that assists in clinical procedures and will be involved with BTX-A treatments to attend lecture and hands-on participation.
Doctors should bring loupes, proof of malpractice coverage, State dental license and 1 patient for administration of BTX-A.
Sponsored by the Washington Academy of General Dentistry
Course Handouts & Downloads
Course handouts and downloads are available in the Washington AGD Learning Portal.
- Log in at https://washingtonagd.org/my-account/
- Click ‘My Courses’ from the Account Dashboard and select ‘Neurotoxin Therapies for the Dental Professionals’
Instructor QualificationsDr. Hess is a general dentist that graduated from the University of Washington in 1994 and practices in Auburn, WA. He is an Affiliate Assistant Professor Restorative Dentistry, Affiliate Faculty Oral Medicine and the Director of the Tucker Institute at the University of Washington. Dr. Hess lectures on implant failures, fixed removable restorations and dental materials including zirconia. He presents hands-on courses in Washington State for Botulinum toxin-A and Dermal filler therapies. Dr. Hess has been published in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants, Decisions in Dentistry, and Operative Dentistry. He has lectured at the ADA Annual Meeting, the AGD Annual Meeting, IAG Congress and the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. He is a Master and has his Life Long Service Recognition from the Academy of General Dentistry, Member of the Academy of Richard V Tucker Study Clubs, Academy of Operative Dentistry, Fellow in the International College of Dentists, Pierre Fauchard Honour Society, American College of Dentists, SKCDS Forensic Team, WSDA, ADA, DOCS Sedation, and Spear Faculty Club.
19415 International Blvd Ste 410
Seatac, WA 98188-5366
AGD Provider ID # 219331
Nationally Approved From 6/1/2018 – 5/31/2024
The Washington AGD Continuing Dental Education Committee gratefully acknowledges corporate partners of this program for their generous support.
The Washington AGD Continuing Dental Education Committee gratefully acknowledges corporate partners of our programs for their generous support. CE program providers and instructors will disclose to participants any monetary or other special interest the program provider may have with any corporate partners products they are discussing in CE activities. Disclosure will be made in publicity materials and at the beginning of the presentation itself in accordance with our PACE Commerical Support Guidelines.