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Practice Evaluations

The scheme designed to support sedation facilities meet the national standard.

The SAAD Safe Sedation Practice Scheme is based on contemporaneous national standards and guidance. This is: Conscious Sedation in the Provision of Dental Care: Report of the Intercollegiate Advisory Committee for Sedation in Dentistry of the Dental Faculties of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons and the Royal College of Anaesthetists (April 2015) The evaluators do not assess to any other local or otherwise adopted protocols.

A SAAD Evaluator can visit your practice and evaluate in accordance with the SAAD Safe Sedation Practice Scheme. A report will be provided after the visit, and practices meeting the standard will receive a certificate as confirmation.

The evaluation process is outlined on page 5 of the SAAD Safe Sedation Practice Scheme, and in summary on page 31.

Once your practice is judged to have met the standard you will receive a SAAD certificate as confirmation.

If you wish to proceed with arranging an evaluation please complete the initial enquiry form below. Due to the high demand for this service please contact SAAD with as much notice as possible for your requested evaluation.

We will need further information and documents from you, and your SAAD contact will guide you through this process, as well as providing an invoice for the fee payable.

On receipt of payment and documentation SAAD will allocate an evaluator who will contact you.

At any stage, if you are unsure as to how to proceed, please contact fiona@saad.org.uk

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SAAD is at the forefront of postgraduate teaching of sedation techniques in dentistry. The Society runs courses for the whole dental team encouraging the safe provision of conscious sedation. Other activities include providing scientific seminars, giving expert advice to other bodies including the Department of Health and the General Dental Council; providing experts for guidelines and standards documents; giving expert evidence to the courts; promoting research in the field of pain and anxiety control and providing individual support and advice to members. Membership of the society is open to any registered dental or medical practitioner, dental nurse or dental therapist/hygienist.

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