Click below to register for our upcoming Webinar immediately followed by 15 minute LIVE Q&A featuring questions directly from the audience.
Topic: Replacing and Regenerating Maxillofacial Tissues Speaker: Mark W. Ochs, DMD, MD Date: 2/9/2021 Time: 8 pm EST CE/CME Credits Available: 1 CE/CME Credit
This webinar is 1 hour in length followed by a 15 minute LIVE Q&A. During the webinar presentation you will have the opportunity to submit questions to the Q&A section to receive an answer directly from Dr. Ochs.
You can register now by clicking the button below. This will give you access to the Zoom URL to watch the Webinar with the LIVE Q&A. However, this does not automatically give you access to the osteoscience.org portal. Follow the instructions below to access the quiz directly after watching the webinar.
If you have an osteoscience.org account and are currently logged in, you can go directly to the quiz link that will be provided in the Zoom Chat during the Webinar. This will bring you to the two-question quiz. Once the quiz is scored 100% you will be able to download your CE Certificate immediately. You will have access to your CME Certificate through PeerPoint within 30 days.
If you have an account on osteoscience.org but are not currently logged in you will need to log in before being able to access the quiz. You can log in on any page of the website by simply clicking on “Log in” at the top righthand corner of the website. Once you are logged in you can follow the instructions under #1.
If you would like to take the CE quiz but are not logged in and do not have an account that is alright too! It will take only a few seconds to set up your account. Please go to osteoscience.org/advances and click on “create account” under the username and password entry. Then you will need to fill out the information that the website asks for and after this section is complete click “Create Account”. From there you will need to confirm you account via email. Now you are all set! Once you are logged in you follow the instructions under #1.