Online Continuing Education: Most Dentists Say Yes

In this survey, we asked dentists if they have used the Internet as part of their formal dental continuing education. The slight majority (57%) said yes, while 43% of dentists still complete their dental CE hours the old-fashioned way. Online Continuing Education: Dental Survey Results

Geography plays a critical role in how likely dentists are to go online for their continuing education hours. Though the majority of urban dentists only attend seminars and classes in person, a mere 8% of rural dentists reported the same thing. To get the high-quality dental continuing education they want and need, most rural dentists go online.

For more insight into what our respondents are thinking, check out their comments!

  • “I enjoy attending sessions in person, but I like the convenience of online CDE.” (General dentist, rural Arizona)
  • “I focus on several-high end academy meetings. The online CE that I have seen has little to offer me.” (General dentist, suburban Washington)
  • “My online continuing education went well. I will do it again.” (General dentist, rural Minnesota)
  • “Online classes were easy and rewarding. In addition, dental conventions are also a great place to log many CE hours.” (General dentist, suburban Oregon)

Read the complete online continuing dental education survey results…

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+Jim Du Molin is a leading Internet marketing expert for dentists in North America. He has helped hundreds of doctors make more money in their practices using his proven Internet marketing techniques.


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