Masterclass in Orofacial Anatomy
Why take this course?
This masterclass delivered by the legendary Professor Vishy Mahadevan and Professor St John Crean is aimed at dental foundation trainees, specialist trainees and qualified staff to familiarise themselves with those aspects of orofacial anatomy which are of particular relevance to oral surgical practice, including: local anaesthesia; dental implants; odontogenic infections; dentoalveolar surgery and related complications; and sinus surgery.
- 1 day days
- 5.00 CPD Points
This masterclass is beneficial to all those in daily clinical practice and will also be of considerable value to those intending to sit postgraduate dental examinations.
At the end of this masterclass, participants will:
- understand the relevant anatomy for local anaesthesia, dental implants, odontogenic infections, dentoalveolar surgery and related complications, sinus surgery;
- have a better understanding of the anatomical basis to a variety of local anaesthetic techniques;
- have a clear understanding of the anatomical hazards associated with various oral surgical procedures.
This course will be delivered via a series of interactive lectures and practical demonstration workshops.
This masterclass will be held at King’s College London, Dissection Room, Hodgkin Building, Guy’s Campus, Newcomen Street, London SE1 1UL.
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