One of the essential and fundamental goals: we are all here to serve our RaqEdu members. we all have a common desire to meet the needs and wants of our members. To maximize the outcomes that we seek on behalf of our members, it is essential that all levels of organized dentistry operate within a framework characterized by cooperation and collaboration. If we fail to keep these 2 ideals in mind, we may find another “C” word creeping in — conflict. There is no room for conflict in our profession. Another common goal is to provide benefits for our members. When starting your carrier, you must be well trained in Oral and maxillofacial surgery. This course is taught by an expert speaker. The course enables dentists to deal with cases of teeth extractions, fractures, and tumors of the jaws, anesthesia and all about minor oral surgeries. Also provides the dentists with scientific bases, clinical skills and communication skills needed to practice dental surgeries in a safe, efficient manner as well as apply the principles needed. Anatomical landmarks of the teeth and the supporting bone structures, blood supply and nerve supply too. Accurate differentiation of Intra-bony jaw lesions by increasing the analytical skills of dentists relative to clinical signs and symptoms, radiographic features. Different impactions and its procedures step by step. Suturing and its techniques. And dental management of systemic patients
– Anesthesia , Def. of nerve block and infiltration, Indications acc.to bone type, Infiltration technique
– Infiltration (Main and supplemental),Supra and para periosteal inf. Technique,Needle type
– Ultra-short needle, Buccal technique, Needle bevel, Pt.venous plexus, Palatal inf. Tech.
– Para-periosteal palatal infiltration tech. and steps
– Amount of injection needed to make anesthesia
– Lower anterior infiltration tech.(labial –lingual), Advantages and disadvantages-indications and contra indications.
– Supplemental infiltration tech., Objective and subjective symptoms, Complication (failure)
– Maxillary nerve block techniques, Nasopalatine N.block .
– Greater palatine N.Block.
– Infra Orbital N.block.(Anterior-Superior N.Block),steps (intra-extra )oral technique
– symptoms and duration, Adv. disadv.,complication
– Local anesthetic agents ,Adrenaline (conc.-Max. Dose), levonordefrin
– Octapressen& Felypressin, Indications &contraindications
– Local anesthetic instrumentation,Carpule components,Needle forms and components
– Needle types and gauge
– Intra ligamental injection
– Syringe armontarium ,Syringes Components and types
– Syringes loading ,usage methods and cartage removal ,Topical anesthesia application
– Syringe grasping and cartilage distribution
– Complications of Local Anastasia,Systemic complications,toxicity
– Complications of Local Anastasia/ Systemic complications/systemic toxicity
– Management and avoidance of systemic toxicity
– Cause and management of vasovagal attack ,Allergic reaction to anesthesia
– Allergic reaction to anesthesia signs, symptoms and management
– Anaphylactic shock ,Difference between toxicity and allergy – Local complications of local anesthesia ,ballooning, pain
– Abscess after infection,Trismus, Hematoma
– Local complications during injection Ecchymosis, edema, whitening of tissues
– Local complications during injection Temp.facial paralysis ,electric shock, prolonged anesthesia ,Diplopia -eye trauma (orbital floor)
– Local complications during injection Brocken needle
– Neuro physiology of local anesthesia, nerve cell, action potential,theories of Local anesthesia action
– Difference between hypo, hyper-sthesia and paralysis, sensory and motor fibers
– Fasciculi, Nerve layer, anesthesia relief ,tachyphylaxis tolerance
– Components of local anesthetic carpule ,properties of local anesthesia
– What will happen if Injection in acidic media occurs, dissociation constant ,types of LA (ester-amide) and their biotransformation
– Properties of local anesthetic agent
– Concentrations, types of L.A.
– Contents of carpule, effect of L.A in blood, CNS & Myocardium.
– Intravenous L.A injection and Topical anesthesia usages
– Mandibular anesthesia ,inferior alveolar nerve block, indications ,land marks
– Mistakes and troubles during injection, Mental N.Blcok technique
– Cutaneous colli plexus branches, mylohyoid N.
– Complications of Inf.Alv.N.Block,long buccal N.block.
- Lectures 48
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 5 Weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language Arabic, English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes
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