Oral Surgery - Cadaver Course – Module 4

It is a prerequisite that at least one of the Oral Surgery - Module 2 or Oral Surgery - Module 3 courses have been completed before enrolling to the Oral Surgery - Cadaver Course - Stage 4.
20 Apr 2024
University of Queensland
Sir Fred Schonell Drive
20 Apr 2024 8:30 am - 21 Apr 2024
Event Type
Hands-on workshop

CPD Details



Credit (Hours)

13 hours

ADA Members - $3500. Non-Members - $4250.
Advanced lectures and video demonstrations are given prior to each day’s laboratory sessions. This is a two day very detailed course with a large curriculum in practical oral surgery for the general dental practitioner. It is a great opportunity to improve your Oral Surgery skills. The specimens are fresh cadavers. This will allow the knowledge and techniques leant on the anatomical models to be directly transferred to the clinical situation. These include buccal guttering, division and elevation of the erupted dentition, flap design and closure, the acute management of the oro-antral communication, tissue preservation techniques, suturing, and elevation techniques using a wide variety of surgical instrumentation. Detailed examination of the specimens will allow identification of the maxillary antrum and its relationship to the dentition, the course and position of the Inferior alveolar nerve and mental nerve foramen, the maxillary nerve and its branches and the lingual nerve. Various local anaesthetic block techniques will be demonstrated and taught on the specimens.

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