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    10 easy ways to get CE credit

    Getting CE credit doesn't have to be a headache with these great, unexpected sources of CE.


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    Not surprisingly, the Internet is a great place to find easy, inexpensive CE. Performing a simple Google search can bring up viable options.

    “Do a Google search and there are dozens of sites,” Dr. Jason Watts, DMD, a general dentist in Cape Coral, Florida, says. “I literally watched dozens of hours of CE.”

    “There’re some great places if you want either inexpensive or just high-value continuing education without having to invest in leaving your home,” Dr. Rice adds. “You can take CE from your couch.”

    Two that he mentions, specifically, are Dentaltown.com and IgniteDDS.com (or IgniteDA.com for dental assistants and hygienists).

    “Dentaltown does a nice job with their continuing education,” Dr. Rice says. “We do at Ignite for both dentists and dental assistants. What I like about them is they’re for the whole team. The online programs, really, are open platforms.

    “We offer continuing education, on our site, and it’s virtually free,” he continues. “We cover the cost of hosting the event; we bring in all sorts of experts. Every month we bring in an expert in dentistry, and we host a live webinar, and then we store it so you can watch it on-demand.”

    Looking to the future, Dr. Rice says that Ignite is going to offer a new 52-week program in the spring of 2018.


    Robert Elsenpeter
    Robert Elsenpeter is a freelance writer and frequent contributor to Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics. He is also the author ...


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