The Minnesota Oral Health Project

Training Program for Clinics

There are three parts to the Minnesota Oral Health Training Program. Part 1 is to watch the 16 minute video, Part 2 is to read the designated articles, and Part 3 is to complete the online quiz. The training program takes approximately 1 hour.

This training objectives include:

  • The health care provider's role in preventive dental care for children
  • The epidemiology of dental caries and high risk populations
  • The cost of untreated dental infections to the healthcare system
  • The components of Childhood Caries Prevention
  • The basic clinic process for Childhood Caries Prevention
  • Anticipatory Guidance for EPSDT (Child and Teen Checkups)
  • Fluoride varnish technique
  • Fluoride varnish aftercare

Nursing CEUs: This program was designed for nurses licensed by the Minnesota Board of Nursing for 1 CEU. When you complete the quiz in Part 3, you will receive access to the forms you will need to keep for your records. Keep a copy of our CEU document as well as the email you receive on the quiz. The email shows your name and the date you participated in our program, required elements to save for your records.

Health Professional Looking at a child's teeth