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The Oral Surgery Continuum
Presented by: Dr Mark Atkinson
15.0
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Thu 05 Jun 2025 - Fri 06 Jun 2025

8:30AM - 5:00PM

Centre for Professional Development, 1 Atchison Street, St Leonards NSW 2065

Non-Member: $2977.00
ADA Member (non-NSW): $2290.00
ADA NSW Member: $2290.00
Recent Grads: $1832.00

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Oral surgery is the application of anatomy, pathology, physiology and pharmacology. It can often be confronting in the general dental setting due to the complexity of patient histories and the range of treatment needed.

This program is an interactive two day course developed for dental practitioners, including recent graduates, presented by Specialist Oral Surgeon, Dr Mark Atkinson. It is suitable for dental practitioners of all experience levels wanting to improve their confidence and skills in surgical exodontia.

The primary aim of this course is to develop the skills of general dental practitioners in applying an appropriate surgical plan in their exodontia cases to ensure predictable outcomes in daily practice.

The course spans two full days which include didactic lectures and intensive hands-on training. Participants will be among the first dentists in the world to use an advanced 3D printed oral surgery model.

The upper and lower extraction models have been manufactured using actual patient CBCT and intra-oral digital scan data. The models provide a realistic feeling of detachment of the periodontal ligaments, movement of teeth and density of bone during surgical exodontia training.


 

The Oral Surgery Continuum


 

Learning Objectives

  • Incorporate surgical exodontia into the general dental practice
  • Identification of appropriate armamentarium
  • Undertake a thorough patient assessment to create a tailored treatment plan
  • Learn how to assess plain film x-rays and the role of CBCT in oral surgery
  • Understand local anaesthetic principles and techniques 
  • Develop skills in designing and raising a flap 
  • Learn about bone removal and tooth sectioning 
  • Learn a range of suturing techniques and when to apply them
  • Learn surgical techniques for removal of teeth seven to seven
  • Effectively assess wisdom teeth, when to treat and when to refer 
  • Learn the management of the bleeding patient
  • Learn what to discuss with patients for informed consent
  • Understand potential post-operative complications, how to minimise and address
  • Identify medical complications and how to manage them
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