Office Oral Surgery: A Guided Experience for the General Dentist - September 2022

As a general dentist, your patients rely on you for excellent care. When referring to a specialist is not an option, you wish to provide the same standard of care as oral surgeons with years of education. This course aims to increase your knowledge and comfort when performing surgical procedures. Topics to be covered include presurgical planning, local anesthesia, design and use of surgical flaps, handpieces and hand instruments, and surgical site management. With support and guidance from our instructors, you'll also cover impacted third molars and how to manage complications. Learn from our oral surgery team and gain access to on-site surgical procedures as a part of this fast-moving, two-day program.

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September 12, 2022 8:00 am - September 13, 2022 4:30 pm

Lynda J. Young Conference Room
6-410 Moos HS Tower
Lynda J. Young Conference Room
Minneapolis Campus

Course Number: CF3447

Enrollment is limited to 12

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Description

Over two days you will receive information and stand alongside the University of Minnesota’s best and brightest oral surgeons.

Learn How To

  • Summarize pre- and perioperative management of the surgical patient
  • Avoid medico-legal complications  
  • Schedule medically-compromised patients
  • Record surgical assessment and risk
  • Control surgical complications
  • Execute surgical and non-surgical removal of erupted teeth
  • Accomplish surgical removal of third molars
  • Perform pre-prosthetic surgery
  • Carry out implant surgery
  • Participate in typodont-based surgical practicum
  • Establish medical emergencies response protocols
  • Discuss principles of pain management
  • Organize post-op management and home care
  • Assess live patient cases
  • Determine when and how to biopsy
  • Manage odontogenic infection
  • Address antibiotic prophylaxis
  • Discuss how and when to refer
  • Analyze nerve injury
  • Manage root tips

Patient-based Surgical Experience

During the program, you will observe live, patient-based care. Assigned cases may include:

  • Surgical and non-surgical extractions
  • Implant surgery
  • Third molar with local anesthetic
  • Third molar with IV sedation
  • Pre-prosthetic surgery
  • Biopsy
  • CO2 Laser

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures, discussion, live-patient demonstration and patient experience with oral surgery