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  • Demystifying The TMJ For Dentists

    The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a crucial anatomical structure that connects the jawbone to the skull, facilitating essential functions like chewing, speaking, and facial expressions. As dentists, understanding the TMJ is vital for diagnosing and treating temporomandibular disorders (TMDs). This course gives you a breakdown to demystify TMJ for dentists.

    499.00
  • Know Your Scalpel-Minor Oral Surgery For Dentists

    Minor oral surgery procedures are common in dental practice and involve surgical interventions that address various issues within the oral cavity. Utilizing these procedures correctly is fundamental to ensuring successful outcomes and patient safety. Here’s a step-by-step overview of minor oral surgery procedures.

    499.00
  • Bone Grafting Techniques For Implant Placement

    Bone grafting techniques play a crucial role in preparing a suitable foundation for dental implant placement when the available bone is insufficient or of poor quality. These techniques enhance the success of implant procedures by providing a stable and supportive environment for osseointegration (the fusion of implant with bone). Here are some common bone grafting…

    499.00
  • A Practical Approach To Neck Dissection And Managing Complications

    A practical approach to neck dissection and managing complications involves a systematic and comprehensive strategy for performing neck dissection procedures, coupled with effective strategies to identify, prevent, and manage potential complications. Here’s a step-by-step guide for the above procedures.

    499.00
  • Clinical Applications Of CBCT In Dentistry

    Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) has revolutionized dentistry by providing three-dimensional images of the oral and maxillofacial region. Its detailed and accurate imaging capabilities have a wide range of clinical applications across various dental specialties. Here are some key clinical applications of CBCT in dentistry in this course.

    499.00
  • Basics Of Facial Prosthetics

    Facial prosthetics involve the creation and application of custom-made devices to restore the appearance and function of facial structures that have been lost or altered due to trauma, disease, surgery, or congenital anomalies. Here’s an overview of the basics of facial prosthetics in this course.

    499.00