Third Molar Workshop Melbourne

Third Molar Workshop Melbourne

Hands-on and didactic learning in third molar extractions; preparing you for private practice. Learn to extract simple to moderately difficult third molars.

Our Surgeons train you in all elements of third molar extractions. Learn to raise flaps, suture and safely extract dentition in a predictable manner.

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Third Molar Workshop Melbourne

Oral Surgical Principles for the General Dentist 24 CPD Hours – Extraction course designed to begin or excel your surgical extraction education.

Didactic material and Hands-on Training

ON GOING MENTORSHIP DURING THE PROGRAM.

Module 1: Oral Surgery Principles

The initial Module aims at teaching you the necessities of Oral Surgery including: patient assessment, medical history, oral surgery principles, introduction to third molar extraction, consent and anatomy.  Topics covered:
  • Patient and case assessment.
  • Consent: surgical extraction consent protocols and cases that have gone before the board previously and learning from these examples.
  • Anatomy: Back to basics in dental anatomy.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how).

Module 2: Clinical Oral Surgery

Module 2 aims to expand the students learning in surgical execution, flap design, sectioning techniques and protocols, clinical prosthetic tips and more. 

Topics Covered:

  • Flap design and planning.
  • Suturing techniques and primary closure.
  • How to improve my denture design with pre-prosthetic surgery.
  • Surgical planning – Principles of sectioning. 
  • Removal of third-molars.
  • Hands-on pigs head and model training.

Module 3: Advanced Oral Surgery

Topics will be heavily clinically based, ensuring students are ready for live surgery.

  • Atraumatic extraction techniques.
  • Ridge preservation techniques.
  • Extraction considerations prior to implant placement.
  • Complications, management and prevention.
  • When to refer? Interdisciplinary approaches.
  • Sterile set-up.
  • Hands-on pigs head and model training.

Dates 2022: Melbourne

July 15th

July 16th

July 17th

Module 1: June 3rd

Module 2: June 4th

Module 3: June 5th

Lecturers:

Dr. David Goubrial (Dental Surgeon)

Dr. Devika Iyer (Masters in Implantology and Periodontology)

Dr. Praveen Nathaniel (Prosthodontist)

Venue:

Dentsply Sirona, 11 – 21 Gilby Rd, Mount Waverley

Dates 2021: Adelaide

Module 1: September 4th

Module 2: September 5th

Module 3: September 6th

3-Module Surgical Extraction Program | Melbourne

Oral Surgical Principles for the General Dentist 24 CPD Hours – Extraction course designed to begin or excel your surgical extraction education.

Didactic material and Hands-on Training

ON GOING MENTORSHIP DURING THE PROGRAM.

Module 1: Oral Surgery Principles

The initial Module aims at teaching you the necessities of Oral Surgery including: patient assessment, medical history, oral surgery principles, introduction to third molar extraction, consent and anatomy.  Topics covered:
  • Patient and case assessment.
  • Consent: surgical extraction consent protocols and cases that have gone before the board previously and learning from these examples.
  • Anatomy: Back to basics in dental anatomy.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how).

Module 2: Clinical Oral Surgery

Module 2 aims to expand the students learning in surgical execution, flap design, sectioning techniques and protocols, clinical prosthetic tips and more. 

Topics Covered:

  • Flap design and planning.
  • Suturing techniques and primary closure.
  • How to improve my denture design with pre-prosthetic surgery.
  • Surgical planning – Principles of sectioning. 
  • Removal of third-molars.
  • Hands-on pigs head and model training.

Module 3: Advanced Oral Surgery

Topics will be heavily clinically based, ensuring students are ready for live surgery.

  • Atraumatic extraction techniques.
  • Ridge preservation techniques.
  • Extraction considerations prior to implant placement.
  • Complications, management and prevention.
  • When to refer? Interdisciplinary approaches.
  • Sterile set-up.
  • Hands-on pigs head and model training.

Lecturers:

Dr. David Goubrial (Dental Surgeon)

Dr. Steven Soukoulis (Periodontist)

Dr. Matthew Youssef (PG Dip Implantology)

Dates 2021: Adelaide

Module 1: September 4th

Module 2: September 5th

Module 3: September 6th

Dates 2022: Adelaide

Module 1: June 3rd

Module 2: June 4th

Module 3: June 5th

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