About this course
Surgery is mechanical manipulation in a biological environment. Non-traumatic treatment of the tissues involved is the most critical factor. Keeping the operation area aseptic is also mandatory. Suitable instruments and ways to facilitate good vision will better the result. But - the target of this course is knowing WHY and HOW to perform oral surgery procedures.
- Pre-treatment procedures as surgical instruments and hygiene routines. Basic principle's
- Diagnosis establishment through patient history, clinical examination and different x-ray examinations.
- Treatment planning is based on diagnostic work and considering anatomical hazards. Also bearing in mind the patients wishes and expectations, and possible problems related to the patient's health and medical status. Who should perform the actual treatment planned?
- Surgical procedures are focusing on Biopsies, Extraction of teeth and roots and removal of totally or partially Embedded teeth. Demonstrated through different patient cases. When and how to raise a flap. Bone removal and tooth sectioning. Basic suturing technique's.
- Complications as pain, alveolitis and haematoma. Prophylaxis and treatment.
Curriculum Vitae - Petter O. Lind
Oral Surgeon 1989
1979-1980: Dentist in the Norwegian Army
1980-1990: Dental faculty/National Hospital, both in Oslo
1990- : Oral Surgeon in private clinic - Co-founder of SpesDent
Professional Dental Alliance (Nationally or Locally) Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. 10/1/2018 to 9/30/2021 Provider ID# 352655