Earn 16 CE Credits
Dentists will receive didactic and clinical training, on examining and assessing a patient for sleep-disordered breathing, identifying and reviewing medical and sleep history, appropriate intervention selection, appropriate dental appliance selection, proper appliance delivery.
- DDS/DMD degree & active practicing license from your dental regulatory authority in Canada.
- Successful completion of OSA Level 1.
The OSA certification program is a certification through the University of Alberta Continuing Dental Education Program. Governing bodies and Professional Colleges have their own regulations, please check with your local governing body for program compliance.
* CE Credits earned are subject to your respective provincial regulator.
Please make sure you follow the rules of your regulatory body regarding immunization. Moreover, we highly recommend for you to be immunized as per the University requirement available here: https://www.ualberta.ca/
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