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A dentist inserts a syringe into a medicine. The medicine shown is common for Dental Intravenous Moderate Sedation. Which is the main focus of our class at Dentistry for Future.

The Dental IV Moderate Sedation Course

80 CE Core 2 


C$24,999 + Taxes

With options to pay in installements. Contact our concierge for more details.


10 days


6 Students per session


  • 80 CE Core 2

  • ACLS Certification

  • Dental IV Moderate Sedation Course Certificate 

We would like to congratulate our recent participants for completing the course and also receiving their conditional RCDSO moderate IV authorization

About the Course

Maximize the potential of your practice with this course. Topics of importance in this course include the clinical indications along with contraindications for IV moderate sedation in the dental environment. Further emphasis on proper patient assessment in the preoperative phase to best evaluate patient suitability and proper patient selection for IV moderate sedation. The course will press the importance of patient assessment and patient evaluation in the operative and post-operative phases including assessment for discharge. Participants will learn to both identify and manage potential adverse reactions and events. Participants will also be taught the pharmacology of relevant medications along with risk-mitigating techniques. Technical airway management skills will be assessed clinically along with infection control and clinical decision-making/sedation management.


  • Dentistry for Future will provide all required patients and all equipment necessary for the completion of this course. You bring nothing but yourselves

  • All clinical assessments must be graded at least as satisfactory for completion of course. The course will also have 2 multiple choice exams which must be graded at least 80% for completion of the course. One retake per exam is allowed.

Learn from Experienced Professionals

  • 40 didactic & seminar hours in Dental Intravenous Moderate Sedation

  • 4 days of hands-on clinical experience of completing, from assessment to recovery, 20 patients while performing dentistry

Students learning from teacher on Dental Intravenous Moderate Sedation Course
Student applying the Dental Intravenous Sedation

Hand-on Clinical Experience

  • Active hands-on seminar on emergency equipment, emergency drugs, airway manipulation, crisis identification and management.

  • Simulated real world clinical situations

  • Simulated patient selection, evaluation and record keeping

Course Requirements

  • Active BLS/CPR (hands-on) certification prior to taking the course.

  • Active RCDSO license.

Course Certificates

  • Certificate will be presented issuing 80 CE Core 2 with the RCDSO.

  • ACLS certification.

  • Dental Intravenous Moderate Sedation Course Certificate.

Course Director

Dr. Jordan Prince

B.Sc., D.D.S., M.Sc., Dip. A.D.B.A

Dentist Anesthesiologist 

Dr. Jordan Prince, the course director for Intravenous Course

Lecturers & Instructors

Dr. Jordan Prince, the course director for Intravenous Course

Dr. Jordan Prince


Dentist Anesthesiologist

A man standing in the woods - Photo of Dr. Kevinjeet Mahngar, Lecturer for the Dental IV Moderate Sedation Course.

Dr. Kevinjeet Mahngar


Emergency Room Physician

A head shot of a dentist in front of a white wall - Photo of Dr. Haissam Kannan, Lecturer for the Dental IV Moderate Sedation Course.

Dr. Haissam Kannan


Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

A head shot of a dentist in front of a white wall - Photo of Dr. Terrence Leeper, Lecturer for the Dental IV Moderate Sedation Course.

Dr. Terrence Leeper


Medical Anesthesiologist

Upcoming Dates

Spring - April 24th - May 3rd, 2024 

Summer - July 3rd - 12th, 2024 

Autumn - September 18th - 27th, 2024 

Course Breakdown

Day 1

  • Sedation in Dentistry

  • Dental anxiety fear and phobia

  • Basics of Sedation and Anesthesia

  • Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology

  • Respiratory Anatomy and Physiology

  • Hepatic and Renal Anatomy and Physiology

  • Evaluation Patient Monitoring and Patient

  • Advanced Airway Assessment and Management

Day 2

  • Oxygen therapy in the dental office

  • Basics of Pharmacology

  • Intravenous Sedation Pharmacology of Relevant Drugs

  • Morbidity and Mortality

  • Intravenous Technique and Management of Fluids

  • Infection control and aseptic techniques

  • Complications related to administration of Intravenous sedation

Day 1 - 3: 8:30am - 8:30pm
Day 4 - 5 (Acls): 9am - 5pm
Day 6 - 10: 9am - end of clinical experience (expect to run late, some days may end up around 11pm)

**Note: Orders of topic and locations are subject to change**

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Step 1

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Step 2

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