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California Dental Continuing Education (CCR 1015-1017) – Each dental practitioner must obtain, from a DBC-approved registered CE provider, a specific number of CE units during each renewal period, every 2 years. Dentists need 50 units per renewal cycle, while RDAs, OAs, DSAs, and RDHs must complete 25 units. RDHAPs must take 35 units. Up to half of CE units may be acquired through home study programs, or correspondence courses.
Licensees must acquire two units in infection control and two units in California Dental Practice Act, as well as maintain current American Heart Association (AHA) or equivalent Basic Life Support certification.
Since 1992, OSHA Review, Inc. has provided dental professionals with comprehensive programs to support regulatory compliance and infection control. We are a registered continuing education provider in the state of California, specializing in Dental Practice Act, infection control, and OSHA training.