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Connecticut State Dental Association

CE Package Program

The CSDA Continuing Education Council is proud to present its
2017-2018 CE Package Program.

Click here to download the printer-friendly PDF of the full 2017-2018 brochure which includes speaker names, course dates, course titles and descriptions.

Click here for a one-page list of dates, speakers and topics that can easily be posted in the office. 

Click here for the Speaker’s bios.

Continuing Education

Registration Process!

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2017-2018 CSDA Continuing Education Package Program
The following courses will be held at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville:

(Each Package Program course is worth 6 CE credits.)

February 7, 2018
The CT Society of Periodontists - The New Era of Periodontal Therapy: Treating the "Mixed" Dentition of Teeth/Implants – a Four Topic Lecture

  • Michael Sonick, DMD – “Remember, We Can Still Save Teeth”
  • Gregory Toback, DMD – “The Realities of Ailing Implants: Does Anything Really Work?”
  • Vincent LaPorta, DDS – “Gingival Augmentation: 101 Ways to Grow Gums”
  • Lawrence Gelb, DDS – “LANAP = True Periodontal Regeneration, the Future is Now”

SPECIAL OFFER: Preparing for the Infection Control Exam (ICE)

Aqua Turf Club - Plantsville, CT
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Space is limited!

This comprehensive review serves to familiarize dental assistants with the requirements for the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Infection Control examination (ICE). This interactive presentation will provide insight into recommendations for healthcare workers to implement and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for patients and providers in the dental setting. Topics presented will address critical information and current practices for all dental assistants required by the State of Connecticut’s
Department of Public Health. 

Registration is FULL for the "Preparing for the Infection Control Exam (ICE)" Course

March 14, 2018
George Priest, DMD – “Contemporary Alternatives for Edentulous Implant Patients”

April 11, 2018
J. William Robbins, DDS – “A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis and Treatment Planning”

A special thanks to our generous 2017-2018 CE Package Program Supporters!
Click on any company name in the list to be redirected to their website.

Platinum Level:
PerioChip (all seven courses)
Southridge Technology (all seven courses)
York Dental Lab (all seven courses)
Zimmer Biomet (all seven courses)

Gold Level: 
Delta Dental of NJ and CT (September, October, February, March, April)
Integrity Systems & Solutions (September, November, January, February, March)

Silver Level: 
Rosenberg Orthodontics (September, October, January, April)

Bronze Level: 
Almonte Fallago Group (November, April)
Bank of America (September, October)
Dental Works (October)
Dentsply Sirona Restorative (September)
Fortress Insurance Company (September,  March)
Henry Schein (February)
Ivoclar Vivadent (February, April)
Kuraray (March)
M&T Bank (February, April) (October, February)

Location & Directions:

All Package Program CE courses are held at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville.

Click here for driving directions.


Click here for the CE Requirements. 

A note to non-CT licensees:
Please be advised that the clinical content of CSDA course offerings is designed to meet Connecticut’s State Dental Practice Act. Out-of-state participants should refer to the laws governing their jurisdiction before incorporating any new information into practice.


ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education.  ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. The CSDA’s continuing education programs are also accepted by the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) for Fellowship and Mastership credit.  The current term for both is 11/1/15 through 12/31/19.

Why ADA CERP is important when searching for CE:

  • Select quality CE with confidence.
  • CE providers are evaluated in 14 aspects of CE program quality by the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition.
  • All U.S. licensing jurisdictions with CE requirements for licensure renewal accept credits offered by ADA CERP recognized providers.
  • Once approved, providers are held accountable for maintaining high standards through periodic reevaluation.