Register for our IV oral sedation dentistry courses today! Lectures cover a wide array of topics including patient selection, pre-anesthesia evaluation, physiology, pharmacology, monitoring, emergency management, drug interactions, reversal agents, reducing the dosage of sedatives for greater safety, IV techniques, and IV solutions. Our conscious sedation training also covers legal issues and office and staff preparation for sedation practice. Simulation training takes place on day four and live patient interactions commence on the fifth day and continue through the end of the course.
Tuition for the full course is $9,870. A deposit of $1,500 is required to reserve a seat in the over 100-hour course, which includes the 60-hour didactic, over 20-hours of live patient sedations as well as a 16-hour AHA ACLS course. Enrollment is limited to facilitate our “one-on-one” teaching approach in both the Oral Surgery Suites and the Operating Rooms.
You can download the ASAASD Registration Form by clicking here.
To pay online, click on the Pay Now button below, select the course, and use your credit card on PayPal.
Travel and lodging options and advance course materials including ACLS texts and study guides will be sent to participants when fully registered.
Full refunds will be made up until four weeks prior to the start of the program, however, after that, the $1500 deposit will be forfeited or applied to enrollment in a future sedation course sponsored by ASAASD.
We look forward to your participation in this learning experience.
We accept PayPal, MC, VISA, DISCOVER, and AMEX. Checks or money orders may be sent to Dr. Crystal at:
David Crystal, DDS, Executive Secretary, ASAASD
6 East Union Ave.
Bound Brook, N.J. 08805
Phone: (732) 469-9050
Fax: (732) 271-1985
Lectures cover patient selection, pre-anesthesia evaluation, physiology, pharmacology, monitoring, emergency management, drug interactions, reversal agents, reducing dosage of sedatives for greater safety, IV techniques and IV solutions as well as legal issues and office and staff preparation for sedation practice. Simulation training takes place on day 4 and live patient interactions commence on the fifth day and continue through the end of the course.
If you are interested in learning more about obtaining your dental anesthesia certification, we encourage you to seek out to our company with your questions. Contact Dr. David Crystal at (732) 469-9050 with any questions you may have regarding our training courses, schedule, and our easy registration process. It is our mission to help you and your patients feel confident in your ability to administer anesthesia and other sedation methods.