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I am trying to find websites to complete my 15 continuing education credits. Any suggestions? I am in Washington state

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Crest offers free online classes, as do many dental companies.

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Crest has a site called dentalcare.com and Colgate also has one but I can’t remember the websites name.

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Colgate oral health network. You sign up and have free access to tons of seminars/webinars. They notify by email when new ones are happening. They have great, relevant topics…I love it!

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gsc study courses are what I use for continuing Ed. They have on line classes and or classes mailed to your home.

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