2014 Oral Surgery Courses


Practical Oral Surgery in Canberra - 23 October 2014

This all-day course will cover the practicalities of everyday oral surgery – from extractions to impactions, breakages to biopsies, instruments and suture selection, exposure and biopsy techniques, and closure of oro-antral communications. The course will include video demonstrations and adequate opportunity for hands-on learning, practicing suture techniques on pig’s trotters.

Participants are encouraged to bring cases for discussion at the final session.

Practical Oral Surgery – Canberra

Course no:

131014

Format:

Lectures and hands-on workshop

Date:

Thursday 23 October 2014

Topics:

  • Extraction made easy.
  • Understand elevators for maximum effort.
  • Pick that impaction – before you start.
  • How to effectively expose and bond at the same time.
  • Close the antral opening today – avoid the fistula next week.
  • Prescribe to maximise your analgesic effect.
  • Workshop session – try out different suture materials, needles and technique.

Presenter

Barbara Woodhouse BDSc, MBBS, FRACDS, FFDRSC (Ire), FRACDS (OMS), FADI, FICD

Time:

9am – 5pm (registration from 8.30am)

Venue

Crowne Plaza Canberra, 1 Binara Street, Canberra ACT 2601

Cost:

$750 includes full day’s catering

Early bird rate:

$675 if paid by 23 July 2014

CPD Hours:

6

Registration:

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