ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

 

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Oral and maxillofacial surgery are areas of advanced studies within the field of dentistry that deal with surgical procedures.  Online dental classes provide students with an interactive 1:1 live class. Oral and maxillofacial surgery is too difficult to learn. Our faculty makes the subject in a very simplified way for the students to learn. The topics are clinically correlated at each and every step. Students are able to engage in self-paced live online classes learning. Demonstrations of each of the clinical techniques are given through live class. Our expert faculty will guide the student at each and every step to learn oral and maxillofacial surgery in a  simplified way. The faculty also helps dental students to clear their oral and maxillofacial surgery exam with good scores.

 

For 1:1 teaching of the oral and maxillofacial surgery class online, the student can take the class at their own flexible time.

 

The oral and maxillofacial surgery classes online are also conducted in batches with a maximum of five students per batch. It depends upon the student on the method the student chooses for teaching.

TOPICS COVERED FOR ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY COURSE

  • Diagnosis in oral surgery

  • Investigations

  • Principles of infection control and cross-infection control with particular reference to HIV/AIDS and hepatitis

  • Principles of Oral Surgery

  • S of instruments - various methods of sterilization, etc

  • Pre-anesthetic considerations

  • Anesthetic considerations

  • Intra-oral incisions 

  • Bone removal

  • Bone cutting instruments

  • Extra-oral skin incisions 

  • Normal hemostasis

  • Local measures available to control bleeding 

  • Hypotensive anesthesia

  • Drainage and debridement

  • Purpose of drainage in surgical wounds

  • Types of drains used

  • Debridement: purpose, soft tissue, and bone debridement

  • Closure of wounds

  • Suturing: Principles, suture material, classification, body response to various materials, etc

  • Postoperative care

  • Postoperative instructions

  • Physiology of cold and heat

  • Control of pain - analgesics

  • Control of infection - antibiotics

  • Control of swelling - anti-inflammatory drugs

  • Exodontia: General considerations 

  • Ideal Extraction

  • Indications for extraction of teeth

  • Extractions in medically compromised patients

  • Methods of extraction

  • Principles, types of movement, force, etc involved in the extraction

  • Dental elevators: uses, classification, principles in the use of elevators

  • Complications of exodontia

  • Complications during exodontia

  • Post-operative complications

  • Prevention and management of complications

  • Impacted teeth

  • Pre-prosthetic surgery
    Definition, classification of procedures

  • Diseases of the maxillary sinus 

  • Surgical anatomy of the sinus

  • Sinusitis both acute and chronic

  • Surgical approach of sinus - the Caldwell-Luc procedure

  • Removal of root from the sinus

  • Oro-antral fistula - etiology, clinical features and various surgical methods for closure.

  • Disorders of temporomandibular joint

  • Applied surgical anatomy of the joint

  • Dislocation - Types, etiology, clinical features

  • Ankylosis 

  • Myo-facial pain dysfunction syndrome

  • Non-surgical and surgical internal derangement of the joint

  • Arthritis of temporomandibular joint.

  • Introduction, factors responsible for the infection, the course of odontogenic infections, the spread of odontogenic infections through various facial spaces 

  • Dento-alveolar abscess - etiology, clinical features 

  • Infections of the oral cavity

  • Ludwig's angina - definition, etiology, clinical features, management complications

  • Osteomyelitis of the jaws - definition, etiology, predisposing factors, classification, clinical features, and management

  • Benign cystic lesions of the jaws

  • Tumors of the oral cavity

  • Benign tumors occurring in the oral cavity - fibroma, papilloma, lipoma, ossifying fibroma, myxoma, etc

  • Ameloblastoma - Clinical features, radiological appearance methods of management.

  • Carcinoma of the oral cavity

  • Biopsy

  • TNM classification

  • Outline of management of squamous cell carcinoma: surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy

  • Role of dental surgeons in the prevention and early detection of oral cancer

  • Fractures of the jaws

  • General considerations, types of fractures, etiology, clinical features and general principles of management

  • Mandibular fractures - applied anatomy, classification

  • Management of fractures - reduction closed and open

  • Fixation and immobilization methods

  • Outline of rigid and semi-rigid internal fixation

  • Fractures of the condyle - etiology, classification, clinical features, principles of management

  • Fractures of the middle third of the face

  • Definition of the midface, applied surgical anatomy, classification, clinical features an outline of management

  • Alveolar fractures - methods of management

  • Fractures of the zygomatic complex

  • Classification, clinical features, indications for treatment, various methods of reduction and fixation

  • Complications of fractures - delayed union, non-union, and malunion.

  • Salivary gland diseases

  • Diagnosis of salivary gland diseases

  • SialographyInfections of the salivary glands

  • Sialolithiasis - submandibular duct and gland and parotid duct

  • Salivary fistulae

  • Common tumors of salivary glands like pleomorphic adenoma including minor salivary glands

  • Jaw deformities 

  • Neurological disorders

  • Trigeminal neuralgia - definition, etiology, clinical features and methods of management including surgical

  • Facial paralysis - etiology, clinical features

  • Nerve injuries - classification, neurorrhaphy, etc

  • Cleft lip and palate- etiology of the clefts, incidence, classification, the role of the dental surgeon in the management of cleft patients. Outline of the closure procedures

  • Medical emergencies in dental practice

  • Emergency drugs

  • Intramuscular, intravenous injections

  • Oral Implantology

  • Ethics

  • Local anesthesia

  • Use of vasoconstrictors in the local anesthetic solution

  • Pterygomandibular space - boundaries, contents, etc

  • Inferior dental nerve block - various techniques and complications

  • Mental foramen nerve block

  • Anesthesia of maxilla 

  • Intraorbital nerve block

  • Posterior superior alveolar nerve block 

  • Maxillary nerve block - techniques

  • General anesthesia

  • Indications of general anesthesia in dentistry

  • Pre-anesthetic evaluation of the patient 

  • Pre-anesthetic medication - advantages, drugs used

  • Commonly used anesthetic agents

  • Complication during and after general anesthesia

  • I.V. sedation with diazepam and midazolam 

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation

  • Use of oxygen and emergency drugs

  • Tracheostomy

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

ONLINE COURSE

CLASSROOM COURSE

  • Study material will be provided by the institute.

  • All lectures will be conducted by experienced faculty members of each subject.

  • Self-evaluation and contact programs.

  • Get to know your strong and weak subject areas.

  • Weekly test conducted.

  • The theory will be related clinically at each and every step.

DETAILS FOR THE COURSE

 

 

Course fees: Rs 35000/- INR onwards

 

Course duration: One month regular course

 

Details regarding the fees: Fees have to be deposited in two installments. The first installment on the second day of the course and the second installment on the sixteenth day of the course. The fees have to be paid through NEFT Transfer.

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CONTACT FORM

 

 

Address: Sector - 60, CHANDIGARH

Email Id: info@masterclinicaldentistry.com

                masterclinicaldentistry@gmail.com

Phone No: +91-7889093147 (India- Mobile No.)

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