Dental Renaissance: Rome


Join The Dental College of Georgia for Dental Renaissance 2019 in beautiful and historic Rome, Italy for 17 hours of quality continuing education. An optional schedule of exciting activities will include visits to museums, churches, restaurants and a walk through the historic city center as well as a full day in the church and museums of the Vatican. CE topics include:

    • Opioid Use

    • Current Preventive strategies including Silver Diamine Fluoride

    • Update on Curing Lights and Factors for Success

    • Dentures

    • Digital Printing in Dentistry 

    • OSHA and Infection Control Update

Special “Ask an Expert” session with Dr. Rueggeberg on Dental Materials.
All of this at a reasonable price!

Here’s what participants
had to say about the course:

 "This trip was so well organized and wonderfully executed, it was hard to remember the underlying purpose- CE credits.  As a dentist, the trip coordinator knew exactly how to tailor the trip to meet our needs.  From providing packing advice and helping arrange accommodations to fit our individual needs to the perfect itinerary, this trip was top notch all the way.  I'll definitely be booking another trip."  WH DMD, FAGD, AL


“Augusta University has some of the best faculty in education, and lectures were informative and interactive. We had lots of thought provoking conversation in lectures that definitely had a positive impact on patient care. The time spent outside of class was amazing. We were exposed to a vast amount of history and art throughout the region. We felt very safe and comfortable throughout all of our travels. My wife and I would recommend this trip for couples and families alike to have great experiences and first class continuing education.”  DS, DMD, Elijay GA




This four half-day lecture course is designed to cover a wide variety of topics of interest to a general practitioner.  The course will include topics on prosthodontics including implants and digital printing of dentures, composites and curing lights, an overview of the use of opioids and antibiotics in the practice of dentistry.  


At the completion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • Comply with current best practices in opioid and antibiotic prescribing guidelines
  • Recommend best preventive regimes for caries risk categories, including use of Silver Diamine Fluoride
  • Select and utilize dental curing lights for optimal performance and safety.
  • Treatment plan Surgical Placement Dentures and dentures with mandibular implants for increased stability and patient satisfaction.
  • Utilize Removable Partial Dentures and Surgical Placement Dentures in your practice successfully
  • Describe how digital printing is being used in dentistry and possible future uses.
  • Implement best practices in Infection Control and OSHA guidelines for regulatory compliance.


This program is designed for dentists.


The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance for credit hours by boards of dentistry.

Concerns or complaints may be directed to the provider or to the ADA CERP at The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University designates this activity for 17.0 continuing education credits. 1/01/18-12/31/21.

The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship /Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 01/01/2018-12/31/2021.


Dentists: Dental CE tuition (17 ADA CERP CE Hours): Early Bird sign up: $1195 until 15 Dec, $1,395 after 15 Dec; with optional $595 Activity and Excursion Fee*.  CE course limited to 16 participants, activities program limited to 20. 
Family members: $595 Activity and Excursion Fee*

*Activity and Excursion Fee: Covers admission fees, guided tours to the Vatican, Borghese Gallery, Coliseum, Forum, and the Capitoline Museums. Additional walks include the medieval center with the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, and Spanish Steps. Additionally, a three-day transportation pass will allow family members to visit additional sites during course times.



Due to new credit card processing guidelines our policies and procedures have changed. We can no longer accept mailed or faxed registrations with credit card information. If you wish to register via check please download/print the registration form from the electronic brochure and mail it along with your check to the address listed on the form.


If you wish to opt out of any photographic images during the CE course, please notify the course director at the time of the program.

St. Peter's TombA special visit to the Tomb of Saint Peter and the Necropolis under the Vatican Basilica is a once in a lifetime experience. However, access is very limited. Because the guest list MUST be submitted in advance when reservations are requested, there is no guarantee that the visit will be possible.  If you wish to attend, you must register for the course by 1 November so the request can be made. Small groups with Vatican guides are able to walk through the actual necropolis where St. Peter was most likely buried. Scheduling this may require modifying the activity program plans. Only those 15 years and older may enter.   

Activities Program limited to 20 participants.  Not required to participate in CE course.

With the best airline fees to Europe for April and hotel options booked by mid-December, we want to encourage you to sign up by December 1st! Course may be cancelled if not enough participants by December 15, 2018, with full refunds. Cancellation after December 15, 2018 will not be refunded unless places are filled from wait list.



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