Randi Green, DMD, LVIF

Continuing Education and Training (CV)

 
Randi Green, DMD, LVIF (pictured right) and husband in Whistler, British Columbia for their 10-year wedding anniversary trip.

Randi Green, DMD, LVIF (pictured right) and husband in Whistler, British Columbia for their 10-year wedding anniversary trip.

 

855.5 hours of continuing education
…and counting

Dr. Randi Green invests in not only your oral health but your whole health and has committed her practice to continual learning and education about the mouth-body connection. She is one of the most highly-trained doctors in physiologic-based dentistry in Missouri and the Midwest.


2009 (Graduation year) = 3 hours

  • Managing Risk in the Dental Office, 3 hours

2010 (Residency) = 23.5 hours

  • Ceramic Restoration instructed by Dr. Ruth Morgan, 3 hours

  • Dental Fear: Successfully Treating the Apprehensive patient, 6 hours

  • Hot Topics in Medical Ethics, 6.5 hours

  • University of MS Dental Grand Rounds, 4 hours

  • Single Visit Endodontics instructed by Dr. Carla Webb, 4 hours

2011 = 101.5 hours

  • Invisalign Clear Essentials 1, 8 hours

  • Invisalign G4: The Next Generation of SmartForce Clinical Innovations, 2 hours

  • Invisalign Study Club, 3 hours

  • NuCalm presented by Edmonds Dental Prosthetics, 4 hours

  • HIPAA and the Cloud, 1.5 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies 

  • Core I: Advanced Functional Dentistry, 24 hours

  • Core II: Orthotic Maintenance, Adjustment and Essential Aesthetic Reconstructive Techniques, 59 hours

2012 = 93.5 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • Core III: Mastering Dynamic Adhesion in Complex Reconstructive Cases, 43.5 hours

  • Core IV: Advanced Principles, Case Stabilization and Bite Transfer in the Neuromuscular Practice, 23 hours

  • Computer-Aided Occlusal Evaluation System, 15 hours

Oral Infections: Diagnosis and Treatment, 2 hours

Invisalign Practice Integration Seminar, 8 hours

Invisalign: The Essential Guide to Treatment Planning and Communication, 2 hours

2013 = 284 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • Core V: Comprehensive Aesthetic Occlusal Reconstruction, 56.5 hours

  • Core VI: Coronoplasty and Case Finishing, 24 hours

  • Core VII: Full Mouth Reconstruction, 60.5 hours

  • Dynamic Team Concepts, 24 hours

Implications of Heath-Care Reform, 2 hours

Nobel Biocare

  • Options and Decision Factors for the Edentulous, 3 hours

  • Options and Decision Factors for Implant Prosthetics, 5.5 hours

  • Optimal Treatment Solution for Edentulous Patients

  • Using the All-on-4 Treatment Concept, 6.5 hours

Invisalign: Managing Aligner Tracking Issues, 3 hours

Invisalign: Effectively Treat Patients with Invisalign, 3 hours

OSHA Compliance, 1 hour

Essential Endodontic Diagnosis, 1.5 hours

2014 = 71.5 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • New You Dentures, 15 hours

  • Hygiene: Advanced Technologies, 22.5 hours

  • Physiologic Orthodontics: Level One, 22.5 hours

Nobel Biocare

  • Prosthetic Seminar, 3 hours

Dentists and Risk Management, 1.5 hours

Medical Emergencies, 2 hours

Pharmacological Awareness in Dentistry, 1 hour

Invisalign: Clear Essentials 2, 4 hours

2015 (Started family ;) = 24 hours

Invisalign: Study Club, 3 hours

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office, 3 hours

Keeping Records, 2 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • In-Office Computer-Aided Occlusal Evaluation System, 16 hours

2016 = 28.5 hours

Successful Medical Billing, 6 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

The Physiologic Approach to Treating OSA, 22.5 hours

2017 = 126 hours

Motivating Hygiene, 2 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • Full Face Orthodontics- Physiologic Orthodontics, 22.5 hours

  • Controlled Arch Orthodontics and Case Finishing, 18 hours

  • Practical Advanced TMD: Level 1, 22 hours

  • Practical Advanced TMD: Level 2, 23 hours

  • In-Office Digital Diagnostic Training, 16 hours

  • Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders and Myofunctional Therapy, 15 hours

  • Mastering the BioPak, 7.5 hours

2018 = 53 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • Advanced Jaw Development Orthodontics, 19 hours

  • In-Office Physiologic Occlusion, 15 hours

  • Evaluating CBCTs, 11.5 hours

  • Advanced BioPAK Scan Interpretation, 7.5 hours

2019 = 47 hours

The Breathe Institute

  • Functional Approach to Sleep and Breathing & Frenuloplasty, 16 hours

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies

  • Mastering the Principals of Physiologic Phase 1, 23 hours

Infection Control, 1 hour

OSHA Compliance, 1 hour

Nobel Biocare

  • Implant Restorative- single tooth efficiency model, 6 hours

…and counting.