Dentist CE: Dental Continuing Ed Plans for 2010

Continuing dental education plans for 2010When it comes to continuing dental education, over half of dentists say they plan to do more clinical CE this year. The average dentist expects to complete over 50 hours of clinical dental CE in 2010.

Even in the present economic climate, dental marketing and management education is somewhat less important to dentists. Only about one in three dentists plans to do additional dental management and/or marketing CE this year.

Here are some comments from dentists about dental continuing education:

  • “I always do more than I plan and I have never been sorry about CE.” (Illinois dentist)
  • “No more cosmetic dentistry CE! It is getting redundant and boring.” (California dentist)
  • “There will be some overlap between the managing and the marketing education. I need a more inviting dental website presence on the web.” (Oklahoma dentist)
  • “With the economy in the dumpster and the recession clearly STILL in progress, there is no time better than the present to increase our marketing and management education at my office.” (Ohio prosthodontist)
  • Dental marketing CE includes two-hour monthly training with The Wealthy Dentist University marketing materials and TWDU marketing meeting in October.” (Texas dentist)

Read more: Dental CE: Dentists’ Continuing Education Plans

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