20​20 Fall Evening Courses*

  • 9th District Members $70, Late $75, with exceptions, (2019 dues must be paid); Non-9th District Members $80, Late $85; Aux. Staff $80, Late $85 Non-ADA Members $140, Late $145
  • Infection Control: Members/Hygienists $80, Late $85; Non-9th Members $100, Late $105; Aux. Staff $100, Late $105; Non-ADA Members $160, Late $165
  • CPR/Defibrillator: Members $95, Late $100; Non-9th Members $145, Late $150; Aux. Staff $145, Late $150; Non-ADA Members $205, Late $210  -  Pre-Registration Required

As many of our courses are case-based lectures,
 please note that no video or audio recordings are allowed.

There are some new and exciting offerings in this Spring’s Course Line-up.  The Ninth District is including some non-conventional, mandated courses.  A HIPAA-Compliance course which requires a minimum of 25 registrants.  Pricing is imposed by NYSDA and includes one copy of the NYSDA HIPAA Security Compliance Manual, per office. 

For this course, we will close registrations one week in advance.  At that time, if we do not have the minimum number or registrants required, we will have to cancel the course – so please register early!

                                ADA-Member Dentists:                 $175.00
                                Auxiliary Staff (pp)                       $  55.00
                                Non-Member Dentists:                 $275.00

Secondly, we will hold an OSHA-Compliance course, live and on-site at Headquarters for all of you who prefer in-person to online courses. 

And, finally, a No Cost, Risk Management Course offered by NYSDA & Sponsored by MLMIC.  Again, this course will take place at Ninth District Headquarters and fulfills the 3-year mandate for relicensure.  This course also results in an up-to-10% malpractice premium reduction, per year.

Ashok Soni, D.D.S., Chair
Bharat Joshi, D.D.S., Co-Vice Chair
Ronnie Myers, D.D.S., Co-Vice Chair

Course 109 - Using Botox to Treat Temporomandibular Joint Pain

  • Thu, May 07, 2020 | 7:00 PM - Thu, May 07, 2020 | 10:00 PM
  • Location: 9th District Headquarters, 2nd Floor
  • Address: 364 Elwood Avenue, Hawthorne, NY
  • Contact: Diane Darby
  • Email: diane@ninthdistrict.org
  • Phone: 914-747-1199

CE Credits:  3 MCE


Instructor: Jason Baker, DMD

Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; Diplomate, American Dental Society of Anesthesia; Attending – Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center; Partner/Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon – Mt. Kisco, NY

Synopsis:  Some of the most challenging patients dental professionals treat are those with chronic facial pain and Temporomandibular disorders.  Facial pain can arise from multiple sources and present as a wide variety of symptoms. Creating systematic ways to examine and evaluate facial-pain patients is critical.  Successful treatment hinges on arriving at the correct diagnosis.  In this course, some of the most common diagnoses and treatments will be reviewed.  Surgical and non-surgical treatments will be discussed, but emphasis will be placed on treating pain in a minimally invasive and non-surgical manner. The use of Botox will be discussed, including case selection, protocols and potential pitfalls.