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T Management Continuing Education Program


Our History

T Management’s Continuing Education Program was revitalized in late 2021 following the COVID-19 pandemic. While the program has been around for over 13 years, this new version strives to allow all our providers and staff to keep their skills sharp, introduce them to new content, and provide them with a sense of community within our organization. For the first time in program history, as of April 1, 2023, T Management is a Pace-Approved Continuing Education Program, allowing us to expand the depth of our course content and truly enhance the overall quality of our program. The program’s goal hasn’t changed significantly over the years, but recently it has taken on the more encompassing intention of ensuring our providers are truly some of the best in the Atlanta area. Below are some of the overall goals the program aims to achieve to ensure this is possible:

  • Provide one In-Person Education Event every fiscal quarter for up to 3 CE Credits
  • Provide eight In-Person Education Events every two years, totaling up to 24 CE Credits
  • Partner with only top-industry-standard and accredited vendors
  • Ensure all AGD Pace Guidelines are upheld
  • Provide a sense of community for all our providers through In-Person Events

While the program is still young in nature, it has already proven to be a success, and we are looking to build on a strong foundation and make the upcoming year our most educational yet!

2023 Course Schedule

Continuing Education Program


Bigger. Better.
Back to Basics –
Preventative Care

in Partnership with GC America


April 14, 2023
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

3 CE Credit Hours / Including “Hands-On”
T Management Education Center
Colony Sq, Midtown Atlanta

Are you burned out on your current clinical routine? Do you wish you could offer more to your patients? Whether this is you or you just need to get a few extra CEs, please join us as we explore how sometimes routine can deter us from providing essential care for our patients. Going back to basics is something we all need for a fresh reset.

J. Michelle Wright, RDH, has over 27 years of dental industry experience, including practicing as a clinical assistance and dental hygienist. She currently holds the position of Special Markets Sales Manager for GC America.


Continuing Education Program



Clear Aligners,
Case Reviews,
and More

in partnership with ClearCorrect™

June 23, 2023
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

3 CE Credit Hours
T Management Education Center
Colony Sq, Midtown Atlanta

ClearCorrect is a dynamic and innovative company that is transforming the orthodontic industry. Its clear aligners are helping people around the world achieve a healthy, beautiful smile, and its commitment to quality and customer service makes it a leader in the field of clear aligner therapy. In addition to its innovative products, ClearCorrect is also known for its commitment to customer service and support. The company provides comprehensive training and support to its network of dental professionals, and offers a range of resources and tools to help patients navigate their orthodontic treatment.

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Continuing Education Program



Treatment Presentation

Presented by
T Management

August 18, 2023
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

3 CE Credit Hours
999 Peachtree Street
NE Atlanta, GA 30309

Treatment presentation is truly an art form and a critical component of modern dentistry. There is no better expert in presenting treatment than Dr. Steven Wingfield, a recognized authority on presenting treatment options who has helped countless dentists improve their communication skills and patient outcomes. In his presentation, Dr. Wingfield will share practical tips and strategies for presenting treatment options to patients in a clear, concise, and understandable way. He will discuss the importance of effective communication, building rapport with patients, and understanding their unique needs and concerns.

This course will feature break-out sessions and small group training to improve your overall efficiency in treatment planning and presentation.

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Continuing Education Program



Sleep Apnea,
a General Overview and Introduction

in Partnership with Kevin Mangelson


October 6, 2023
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

3 CE Credit Hours
T Management Education Center Colony Sq, Midtown Atlanta

Kevin Mangelson, DMD, has been working with TMJ disorders and dental sleep medicine patients since 2008. General dentists can be instrumental in improving the health and well-being of patients suffering from sleep apnea and TMJ disorders. This program will introduce you to the opportunities that lie in this area of dentistry.

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T Management Continuing Education Program Leaders


Jackson Tralongo

Vice President


Maha Shama

Director of Admins

T Management Continuing Education Program

Georgia Board of Dentistry License Renewal Requirements

As of 1/1/2023

  • Un-Renewed license expires at the end of odd-numbered years
  • Georgia runs on a two-year Renewal Cycle
  • Dentists at all times shall have current certification of CPR
  • Dentists must have 40 hours minimum of Continuing Education Credit Hours by the end of each 2-year cycle. (Must keep record of CEs for 3 years after period ends)
  • Four (4) credit hours for successful completion of the in-person CPR course required by Georgia law may be used to satisfy continuing education requirements per renewal period. This requirement may be satisfied by successful completion of an in-person Basic Life Support (BLS) or Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course.
  • One (1) hour of the minimum requirement shall include the impact of opioid abuse, proper prescription writing, and/or the use of opioids in dental practice.
  • Effective on and after January 1, 2022, one (1) hour of the minimum requirement shall include legal ethics and professionalism in the practice of dentistry, which shall include, but not be limited to, education and training regarding professional boundaries; unprofessional conduct relating to the commission of acts of sexual intimacy, abuse, misconduct, or exploitation with regard to the practice of dentistry; legislative updates and changes to the laws relating to the practice of dentistry and rules, policies, and advisory opinions and rulings issued by the Board; professional conduct and ethics; proper billing practices; professional liability; and risk management.

Criteria for receiving credit for attending an approved continuing education course:

  1. Credit hours are not retroactive or cumulative. All credit hours must be received during the two (2) year period to which they are applied.
  2. One credit hour for each hour of course attendance will be allowed.
  3. Only twelve hours of credit will be accepted per calendar day.
  4. Effective January 1, 2008, at least twenty (20) of the required forty (40) hours of credit must be acquired in person at an on-site course or seminar; you are not allowed to acquire all CE hours through on-line courses, electronic means, journal studies, etc.

At least thirty (30) hours of the minimum requirement (40 hours) shall be clinical courses in the actual delivery of dental services to the patient or to the community.

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