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Essentials of Oral Surgery on Cadaver

AHC Dentaled is hosting its first Melbourne 2023 hands-on dental event in May and it's an intensive dental course dedicated to dentists who want to level up their Exo's.

The Melbourne Oral Surgery Hands On Cadaver Course is an essential training opportunity for those interested in advancing their skill set in the field of oral surgery.

Taking place on May 6th and 7th 2023, this two-day course provides participants with a unique and unparalleled hands on experience to learn about the anatomy and physiology of oral surgery.

During the course, attendees will have access to expert instructors who will guide them through practical exercises focusing on different aspects of oral surgery such as surgical techniques, patient care, clinical procedures, and more.

With plenty of opportunities for learning both inside and outside of the classroom environment, this is sure to be a valuable educational experience that can help take your dental career to the next level.

Perfect Your Dental Surgical Extractions

To stay competitive and successful in the dental field, dentists need to be confident in their surgical extractions. Being able to swiftly and confidently perform an extraction can help to ensure a positive outcome for both the patient and the dentist. Extraction procedures can be complex and require significant precision and skill, making it essential that dentists are well-versed in the process of performing these procedures before entering a patient’s mouth.

Dentists need to have an understanding of anatomy when it comes to oral surgery, as this knowledge enables them to avoid damaging surrounding structures within a patient’s mouth during surgery.

That's why this course is a hands-on cadaver course opportunity run by highly experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeons (OMFS) through AHC. Attendance and participation also reward dentists with 14 CPD points towards their further education.

Having confidence in one’s ability to perform successful surgical extractions requires significant practice and education on both theoretical knowledge as well as a hands-on experience for execution. It is essential for dentists who wish to remain competitive in their field to continuously strive to hone their skill sets by attending courses such as the Melbourne Oral Surgery Hands On Cadaver Course, which offers unique opportunities for learning and perfecting their technique when it comes to performing dental extractions.

Join AHC and Register Today

The Melbourne Oral Surgery Hands On Cadaver Course is open to all dentists, dental assistants and staff, as well as medical and allied healthcare professionals.

Join Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Dr Adrian DeAngelis, and Dr Roland Barrowman at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) to learn and practice a range of dental skills and techniques on a cadaver.

Register for this one-of-a-kind event hosted by AHC for an unforgettable learning experience that will help you stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the field.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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