13 Hours (4 sessions)
* pending covid restrictions
The November 2021, January 2022, March and May 2022 courses are fully booked.
All courses are approved for CPDA. The approval for all courses is on the proviso that no further lockdowns or covid restrictions are imposed on face-to-face meetings. The Deanery was clear that if restrictions are imposed, then the course can continue to go ahead without CPDA approval. This is a great step in the right direction which allows me to advertise future dates in Scotland with the support of the Deanery.
The November course sold out in 24 hours. The January, March and May courses are now fully booked. The July course has only one space available and the November course is now open for booking. This will be the last course in Glasgow for 2022. The course is limited to 15 delegates.
Please continue to register your interest for future course dates so you can be added to the waiting list. If you are on the waiting list, you will be given priority booking for future dates before the course is announced on social media.
This 2-day intensive course is aimed at general dental practitioners interested in enhancing their surgical skills and improving their confidence to allow them to tackle cases, that would have been referred elsewhere to be treated.
The main focus is on the hands-on component using custom-made models incorporated into a state of the art facility using phantom heads to mimic real-life patients. Delegates will be using water-cooled handpieces similar to what is used in practice. No animal heads are used on the course.
15 spaces per course
The course will attract 13 hours verifiable CPD that fulfils all four learning outcomes of the new GDC CPD guidelines.
The November 2021, January 2022, March 2022 May 2022, July 2022 and November 2022 courses have been approved for CPDA * (4 sessions) by the Postgraduate GDP Education, NHS Education for Scotland.
* pending covid restrictions
1. Augment and enhance understanding of basic oral surgery skills and complications encountered during surgery and how to deal with them.
2. Discuss anatomy and morphology of teeth and adjacent anatomical structures and how to approach each extraction.
3. Discuss consent issues in Oral Surgery.
4. Understand basic principles of flaps, their designs and when to use them.
5. Understand different suturing techniques and when to use them.
6. Assess different local anaesthetic techniques available.
7. Assess different xray modalities available and how to interpret them.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify complexity of cases and how to deal with them
2. Carry out extractions of various teeth on the models surgically and non surgically including impacted lower wisdom teeth.
3. Deal with the most common complications encountered during routine oral surgery and understand when to refer if required.
4. Assess complex patient medical history and understand modifications needed for their treatment plan.
5. Identify patients at risk of MRONJ and how to treat them.
6. Identify the most suitable local anaesthetic technique to use and how to calculate the maximum dose.
7. Raise different flaps on the models within the phantom head to imitate real patient scenarios.
8. Choose the appropriate suturing technique and practice it on the models.
9. Interpret different xrays and how that will affect the treatment plan.
Materials and Instruments
Access to the full oral surgery webinar series with extra 12 hours of verifiable CPD
Post-course support through an Invite-only Facebook Group for all the delegates
If you are interested in attending future Hands-on Oral Surgery Courses please register your details below.