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Course Description

Consisting of 20 hours of instruction and 12 hours of clinical training, this course meets the NJ State Board of Dentistry requirements for education and training of licensed dental hygienists to administer local anesthesia to patients during course of dental treatment. Topics include fundamentals of anatomy of the head and neck, pharmacology of anesthetic and analgesic agents, patient pre-evaluation including medical and dental history considerations, recognition of adverse events, management of emergency procedures, basic life support, selection of appropriate anesthetic agents, and techniques for administering local anesthesia. Required: Textbook available through the College Bookstore. Requirements for first night of class:  Proof of current NJ Registered Dental Hygiene License; up-to-date certificate in BLS CPR, NJ board of Dentistry approved instructors.

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