- Locations: Arab Society for Continuous Dental Education cairo, egypt
- Duration: 49 Hours
Intensive dental surgery course for GPs will go through a wide range of topics that are required for a professional in their day to day life in the clinic. It starts with achieving profound local anesthesia and handling complicated extractions,
reaching up to performing impactions, cyst, enucleations, biopsy procedures and finally managing dental emergencies in the dental office together with BLS and CPR.2.
- This Module will help you understand what you need to know before & after performing oral surgery on your patient.
- Quick review over the important anatomical structures related to oral surgery.
- Common and recent radiographic views: how to read normal anatomy, how to recognize abnormalities, and how to assess the surgical site for safe operation.
- Use of the most current infection control recommendations for dentistry.
- Trouble shooting pain control problems in the dental office: local anaesthetic types, basic techniques and supplementary techniques.
- Recognition and management of anesthetic, local and systemic, complications.
- How to write a medical prescription.
- Indications, contraindications, drug interactions and side effects of the most commonly prescribed medications in dentistry.
- Preoperative, operative and postoperative management of medically compromised patients in dental office.
- Protocols for inoffice management of specific medical emergencies in dentistry.
- Emergency kit preparation.
- Discussion of when to treat, when to refer a patient
- Design the flap to maximize access, visualization and ensure proper uncomplicated healing.
- Suturing materials and suturing techniques.
- Surgical extractions and removal of remaining roots of single and multirooted teeth, teeth sectioning and bone removal instruments and techniques.
- Impacted third molars; Classification, causes, complications & new management strategies.
- Surgical removal of impacted third molars.
- Management of other impactions than third molars.
- Surgical exposure of impacted teeth for orthodontic treatment.
- Prevention and Management of postoperative surgical complications.
- Nerve Injury and Nerve Repair: Statement of Timing Issues
- Step by step to reach diagnosis of oral pathologic conditions.
- Taking surgical biopsy from oral soft or hard tissue pathologic lesions.
- Surgical removal of oral soft or hard tissue pathologic lesions.
- Soft and hard tissue preprosthetic surgeries.
- Medical, dental and surgical treatment of oral infections and the proper use of antibiotics.
- Management of dentoalveolar trauma and familiarity with the management and treatment of fractures of the jaws and facial skeleton.
- ABC as a life support
- Aesthetic and Micro Perio Surgery
- Aesthetic Surgery
- Bone Physiology and Metabolism & understanding the wound healing process
- Periodontal surgery (types, flap design, suturing techniques and surgical instruments .
- Treatment options for the “Gummy Smile ”
- Aesthetic & functional crown lengthening
- Guided bone regeneration (GBR)
- Guided Tissue regeneration (GTR)
- Bone grafts & Membrane
- Ridge augmentation
- Osseous surgery (Reconstructive & Resective)
- Managing bone defects and furcation involvement.
- PRF & PRP
- Gingival recession, how to avoid and how to treat.
- Gingival overgrowth, causes and treatment.
- Mucogingival surgery
- Regenerative periodontal therapy.
- Soft Tissue Therapy: Biotype, recession classifications, different therapy i.e.: Connective tissue graft, coronally repositioned flaps, semilunar, vestibular coronally repositioned flaps, use of Emdogain and use of Allografts in treatment of recessions.
Botox Training and Dermal Filler ''The beauty of facial esthetics'':
- Patient assessment and consultation for botulinum toxin botox and dermal fillers
- Indications and contraindications for these techniques
- Anatomy of the head, neck, and in depth instruction in the oral and maxillofacial structures including the neurophysiology, musculature and circulatory system
- Learn the physiology and pharmacology of oral and maxillofacial injectable treatment
- Review of sterile technique as it relates to the use of injectable pharmacologic agents
- Safety and risk issues for botulinum toxin and dermal fillers injectable therapy
- Botulinium toxin therapeutic treatment of migraines, TMJ syndrome, facial pain and bruxism cases
- Beautiful lip enhancement and how to avoid giving your patients "duck" lips
- Enhancing the cupids bow to create a beautiful lip
- Volumizing the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, mentalis region and lifting up the corners of the mouth using anatomical landmarks
- Smoothing lip lines and eliminating vertical "smokers" lines
- Learn the best treatment techniques including anatomical muscle sites, muscle depths, proper preparation and dilution for the best oral and maxillofacial esthetic outcomes
- Knowledge of possible adverse reactions, how to avoid adverse reactions, and management and treatment of possible complications
- Live patient handson training including diagnosis, treatment planning, and proper dosing and delivery of botox and dermal fillers
- Different Surgical Flaps techniques (on animal tissues)
- Perform all types of suturing.( on animal tissues )
- handson sessions raising flaps , debridement & Bone Grafting
- Hands on periodontal Instrumentation
- Crown lengthening workshop:
- Biologic width, soft tissue crown lengthening, osseous crown lengthening, crown root ratio, anterior and posterior crown lengthening.
- Soft tissue Grafting workshop:
- Connective tissue grafting techniques as well as free gingival graft.
- Bone Graft and GTR:
- Grafting fresh extraction sockets for ridge preservation utilizing the newest bone replacement materials and guided tissue membranes.
- Platelet Rich Fibrin PRF Hands on patients
Upon completion of this course the dentist should be able to:
- Know important anatomical structure related to oral surgery
- Pain control problems in the dental office
- Management of medically compromised patient
- Perform proper flap design
- Surgically remove impacted tooth or exposed it for orthodontic treatment.
- Surgical extract remaining roots
- Mange postoperative surgical complications
- Proper diagnose and treat of oral pathology
- Treating oral infection by surgery and medications
- Mange dentofacial trauma and fracture