Pits & Fissure Sealants
Sept 9 and 10, 2017 - 9am to 5pm
Nov 11 and 12, 2017 - 9am to 5pm
Please call or email:
(626) 345-0005 (extension 1)
To confirm date 24 -48 hours prior to class
American Dental and Medical Institute
988 E. Washington Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91104
888-988-2364 ext. 1
Pits & Fissure Sealants
Student will demonstrate the procedure of applying a sealant material to the pit and fissure groove areas of the teeth while adhering to infection control standards. Clinical indications and contraindications will be discussed, as well, as sealant retention.
Note: This is a 2-day course and 4 patients will be required for the Clinical Examination.
The first day of the course will consist of didactic (lecture), a final written exam and laboratory practices on a simulated typodont model to achieve minimum competence in pit and fissure sealant application prior to the performance of procedures on patients.
On the second day of the course, you will need to bring 4 clinical patients with two of the four patients used for the clinical examination. Each clinical patient must have a minimum of four (4) virgin, non-restored, natural teeth, sufficiently erupted so that a dry field can be maintained, for application of the etching, or etchant/bond combination, and sealant materials. Clinical examination shall include teeth in all four quadrants for each patient.
After course completion, you will be issued evidence of satisfactory completion which must be submitted to the board.
All patients must meet acceptable criteria:
• Must be 18 years of age or a parent /guardian permission letter and signature
• Health History
Each student must possess the necessary requirements for application for RDA licensure (CPR, DPA, 8-hr IC) or currently possess an RDA license. Each student must have already completed a Board-approved course in coronal polishing.
• Pit and Fissure Sealant requirement forms will be issued for each patient
16 CEU’s/Hours will be provided after completion of course
All supplies are furnished for this course
For candidates applying and testing for licensure as a Registered Dental Assisting on or after January 1, 2010, evidence of pit and fissure sealant certification may either be submitted at the time of application or at the first renewal requiring continuing education of the RDA license.
Subject to Cancellation for low enrollment.