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Dental Office Mock Drills for Medical Emergencies

Mock Emergency Drills Ensure You’re Ready for the Inevitable Dental Office Emergency

Join elite dentists nationwide who are conducting mock drills to ensure flawless performance in an emergency to protect their patients and their dental practice

How Our Mock Drills Help Your Practice
Avoid the most common mistake

Most sedation or anesthesia injuries and death occur when the dental team doesn’t react perfectly to the emergency. Mocks drills ensure flawless performance.

Protect your


Mock Drills help risk-proof your office against a practice-killing mistake in an emergency. Avoid loss of license, criminal prosecution, fines, lawsuits, and regulatory action.

Add to the
bottom line

Recent research reveals that most patients expect you to conduct mock drills and are okay with paying a small fee for this level of training.

How Mock Drills Work


Set aside a time every month for a short training session. Ensure you have the proper training materials and equipment as listed in the scenario.


Conduct the scenario in real time with the proper training aids. Practice your callouts and action steps.


Provide feedback to one another on how well the practice matched the expected model of performance.


Keep a record of your training activity and lessons learned.

Get CEUs

Send your training log to AAFDO to receive your free Continuing Education Units.

What’s My Investment?
For $99, you get: 
  • 24 Quick Reference Checklists containing the medical emergency treatment algorithms for the most common dental office emergencies
  • Emergency Drug Kit Inventory Checklist
  • Emergency Equipment Inventory Checklist
  • Staff Medical Emergency Plan describing roles and responsibilities
  • Pre-Training Checklist
  • Post-Training Checklist & Training Record template
  • Instructions on how to conduct realistic training


Our Mock Emergency Drills cover:


  • Syncope

  • Angina

  • Myocardial infarction

  • Cardiac Arrest

  • Hypertension

  • Hypotension

  • Asthma

  • Allergy/Anaphylaxis

  • Hyperventilation

  • Emesis/AspirationSeizures

  • Diabetes (Insulin Shock)

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)

  • Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke)

  • Foreign Body Obstruction (FBO) with airway management

  • Local Anesthetic Toxicity

  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

  • Narcotic Overdose

  • Laryngospasm

  • ACLS Algorithms

“What I learned from doing these mock drills is that my decisions in an emergency will affect the outcome for the patient. The training I did in the mock drills prepared me to make the right decision at the moment of truth.”

Pete C.,

Atlanta, GA

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