We offer the initial PALS Provider course and the PALS Update course in the comfort of your dental office. Our instructors are dentists that are AHA certified PALS instructors. We understand dentistry and the possible medical emergencies that could occur while treating either sedated or non-sedated pediatric dental patients. Our PALS courses are geared toward dentistry and the emergency scenarios we use in our courses are dentally based.
Let's face it: the medical content of the PALS course can be intimidating and overwhelming for dental personnel. We offer pre-PALS course training to help dentists and team members learn the medicine they need to know to pass the PALS course.
The 2016 AAPD/AAP Sedation Guidelines state that when utilizing moderate sedation there should be a second person present, in addition to the practitioner, that is trained in and capable of providing advanced airway skills (e.g., PALS), and if providing deep sedation, must, at a minimum, be trained in PALS and capable of assisting with any emergency event. To help you meet these requirements, we offer PALS training for both dentists and dental assistants.