Courses

This in-depth course includes didactic instruction on orthodontic procedures, tooth morphology, and occlusion, as well as laboratory and clinical instruction. Must be a graduate of an ADA-Commissionon Dental Accreditation Dental Assisting Program.
The objective is to provide you with the necessary tools to learn basics of the Burmese language focusing on what you need to know to provide quality care to your patients.
The CBCS Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing & Coding + Medical Terminology is geared towards students who are interested in obtaining a career in the healthcare industry, but have little to no experience within the sector. This comprehensive program will provide a foundation of medical vocabulary, to help you better understand doctors' notes and medical record contents. It will also teach you essential medical office management skills that healthcare managers look for when hiring new front office staff.
CBCS Medical Billing and Coding is an ideal program for students new to a medical career. If you're seeking entry into the healthcare industry, this comprehensive program will provide you with all of the information you need to earn a certification in medical billing and coding.
New Indiana State Law allows more delegation of duties for allied dental professionals! The course will cover patient and operator positioning,and proper polishing technique by quadrant. Dental Assisting: Fluoride Administration Professional fluoride treatment is recommended for dental patients to prevent cavities and to re-mineralize weakened enamel. The course will cover the application of fluoride gels and varnish.
This course meets Indiana's license renewal requirements for CPR/AED re-certification for dental hygienists. New American Heart Association (AHA) changes will be discussed.
This course meets Indiana's license renewal requirements for biennial review of dental ethics, professional responsibility and dental laws governing the practice of Indiana dentists and dental hygienists. The newest changes in Indiana Dental/Dental Hygiene Practice Acts will be discussed. ADA and ADHA Codes of Ethics for Dental Healthcare Providers will also be presented.
Are you providing the best experiences for children in your dental practice? Could you do better? This course for dental professionals provides important updates in the following pediatric dentistry topics:Dental TraumaDr. Jones discusses the recognition, treatment and prevention of childhood dental trauma.Behavior Management of the Child Patient for the Dental HygienistDr. Jones describes difficult child behavior situations and gives practical examples for handling situations better.Pediatric Dentistry at Riley Hospital for ChildrenDr. Jones describes the scope of dental services provided at Riley Hospital Dental Clinic. He explains when children should be referred to Riley for optimal dental care and how are referrals made.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer, three simple steps that can help save a life from suicide. People training in this technique learn to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to defuse the situation. Save the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor by taking this training.
This in-depth 4 credit hour course includes didactic instruction (syllabi, lectures, and handouts) on tooth morphology and occlusion, as well as laboratory instruction on typodonts using rubber dam. Class I, II, and V restorations: composite and amalgam. Class III and IV restorations: composite. Students will utilize both high speed and slow speed handpieces. Students are encouraged to work on clinical competencies in their dental office during the 10-week course. No special clothing required. However, please bring safety glasses. Recent graduates - please bring your typodont. Course Requirements: 1) A graduate of an ADA- Commission on Dental Accreditation Dental Assisting or Dental Hygiene program. 2) 2017 IPFW graduates must have received a grade of B or higher in H214 Oral Anatomy course to apply immediately after graduation. 3) Department Approval (to verify ADA CODA graduate)