LIZ JINKS is a graduate of the Parkland College Dental Hygiene Program and earned her B.A. degree from Eastern Illinois University. She has been a part-time didactic and clinical instructor at Parkland since 1991. In addition to Local Anesthesia, Liz teaches Applied Head and Neck Anatomy, Pharmacology, and facilitates a board review course for dental hygiene students. Her clinical and lab experience includes Pre-clinic, Radiology, Clinic I, II, III, and IV.
KIM PANKAU is a graduate of the Parkland College Dental Hygiene Program and earned her B.S. degree from the University of St. Francis. She has 23 years of private practice experience and serves as co-director of the Dental Hygiene Program at Parkland. In addition to Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation for Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants, Kim teaches Dental Histology and Embryology, Dietary Analysis and Preventive Counseling, and facilitates a board review course for dental hygiene students. Her clinical and lab experience includes Pre-clinic, Radiology, Clinic I, II, III, and IV. She is currently working on a master’s degree.
Review and discuss, with Dr. Yoolim Kim, the old technology, the current available technology, and the future techniques and technology in Periodontics. Increase your understanding and expertise in the area on Periodontics!
Tue Sept 30
WBT 339 001Z
Deadline: Sep 23
Discover the essential skills and knowledge for safe and effective administration of local anesthesia in dental hygiene practice. Discuss the integration of anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology as they relate to the administration of local anesthesia. Clinical sessions with Liz Jinks are included to develop competency and confidence in the techniques of administering local anesthesia. The online instruction must be completed prior to the lab session.
Prerequisites: Illinois Dental Hygiene Licensure and current CPR certification.
Fee: $ (book additional)
Lab location: PC-L157
Registered Dental Hygienists and experienced Dental Assistants will receive a comprehensive introduction to conscious sedation with the opportunity to practice the administration and monitoring of nitrous oxide in the clinical session with Kim Pankau. Topics include areas of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and dental emergencies. Lectures consist of 10 units of online study and submission of answers following each unit, which must be completed prior to the lab session.
Prerequisites: Illinois Dental Hygiene Licensure or 1,000 hours of assisting experience, and current CPR certification