Non-Pharmacological Behavior Management of Children


AGD Member:  $49* 

Student Member: $37.50*

Speaker: Dr. Carla Cohn Non-Member:  $70 Credit Hours:  1.5 Subject Code: 430 – Pediatric Dentistry *AGD Member discount applied at checkout.

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Treating the kids in our practice is a pleasure, but at times, it can be very stressful. The fact is that many of us can be intimidated when a child patient is in our chair. After all, children are not always willing or cooperative patients. We are must provide sound dental treatment all the while trying to keep our patients and their parents comfortable and happy.

Successful behavior management of our child patient is both an art and science. In order to achieve success we must know and practice the principles of behavior management and be able to modify our approach to our patients as necessary. In this webinar I will discuss NON pharmacological behavior management techniques, language, local anesthesia, treatment and material choices as well as share tips and tricks that I use with my patients to help our treatment plans go smoothly.


Learning Objectives

  1. behavior risk assessment tool
  2. behavior management techniques and approaches
  3.  local anesthetic dosage and techniques
  4. recognize which dental materials are more suitable for difficult to manage patients

Dr. Cohn is a general dentist, devoted solely to the practice of dentistry for children. She maintains a private practice at Kids Dental in Winnipeg, Canada. She is proud to be a member of Catapult Elite, Pierre Fauchard Academy and has been named as Leader in Continuing Education multiple years in a row. Dr. Cohn has published several articles, and webinars and she enjoys lecturing on all aspects of children’s dentistry for the general practitioner both nationally and internationally.

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Time and Period of Availability for Internet Based Courses

Until review/expiration

Original Release Date

October 8, 2019

Expiration Date

October 7, 2022