Learn Small Medical Procedures with Basic Minor Surgery Program (10 Credit Hours)
If you have an interest in small medical procedures, the Basic Minor Surgery Program (10 Credit Hours) is an ideal starting point. This program will equip you with knowledge about the principles of dento-alveolar surgery and teach you various suturing techniques.
The program is split into two parts – theory and live demos. During the theory part, you will learn about radiographic examination, accessing the operational area, different flap types, designing soft tissue flaps, instrument removal of bone, removal of tooth structure or pathology, field debridement, achieving hemostasis, postoperative care, possible complications, tips for conservative extraction and references.
The live demo section will show you different sets of instruments used for suturing techniques, handling of suture materials, incision, interrupted suture, horizontal mattress suture, figure 8, vertical mattress suture, continuous suture, continuous with lock suture, combined suture techniques, other suturing techniques, and a summary.
In summary, the Basic Minor Surgery Program is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning about minor medical procedures. Whether you’re a dental student or a practicing dentist, this program will provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge to improve your expertise in this area.