Module 33 CE Hoursx
Module 3 Overview
Even the most experienced surgeons run into complications when they are extracting teeth! This module explores a variety of surgical complications and gives you the information needed to manage them or better yet, avoid them altogether! Complications however, are not always avoidable and therefore it is critical that you master this module before choosing to extract teeth for your patients.3 CE Hours | 2 Months
- Buccal Plate FracturesRuntime: 10:03
- BleedingRuntime: 09:41
- Bone ChipsRuntime: 03:43
- Postoperative PainRuntime: 06:17
- Dry Socket (Alveolar Osteitis)Runtime: 08:53
- Immediate Postoperative InfectionsRuntime: 07:45
- Postoperative SwellingRuntime: 04:16
- Liver ClotsRuntime: 04:39
- HematomasRuntime: 09:32
- Damage to Adjacent TeethRuntime: 06:48
- Wound DehiscenceRuntime: 05:30
- Tissue TearsRuntime: 05:10
- Extraction Socket HealingRuntime: 02:21
- TrismusRuntime: 04:46
- Burns & Avulsive injuriesRuntime: 05:02
- Puncture InjuriesRuntime: 03:12
- Mylohyoid/Lingual SequestrumRuntime: 03:52
- Broken InstrumentsRuntime: 05:14
- Buccal Fat Pad ExposureRuntime: 02:58
- Sinus CommunicationsRuntime: 07:18
- Tuberosity FracturesRuntime: 06:53
- Displacement of Root TipsRuntime: 09:37
- Infratemporal Fossa DisplacementRuntime: 05:11
- OsteomyelitisRuntime: 04:50
- OsteonecrosisRuntime: 08:01
- Managing Condylar DislocationsRuntime: 07:36
- Subcutaneous Air EmphysemaRuntime: 03:29
- Paresthesia, Dysesthesia & AnesthesiaRuntime: 09:21
- Lingual Nerve InjuriesRuntime: 08:06
- Palatal NecrosisRuntime: 03:49
- Iatrogenic Jaw FracturesRuntime: 04:16
- Broken NeedlesRuntime: 03:03
Surgical ComplicationsView Objectivesx
- Following completion of this course the participant will be able to:
- – List the causes of buccal plate fractures.
- – Prevent more buccal plate fractures.
- – Manage a buccal plate fracture.
- – Identify the difference between capillary, venous, and arterial bleeding.
- – Control intraoperative bleeding using a variety of local and hemostatic measures.
- – State the causes of bone chips after extracting teeth.
- – More readily avoid causing or leaving bone chips following an extraction.
- – Manage bone chips.
- – Define and understand what pain is.
- – Understand the etiology of postoperative pain.
- – Identify potential causes of dry socket.
- – Diagnose a dry socket.
- – Confidently treat a dry socket.
- – List causes of postoperative infections.
- – Manage most postoperative infections.
- – Discern between postoperative edema and postoperative infection.
- – Employ strategies to limit postoperative edema.
- – Recognize liver clots and describe why they form.
- – Resolve a liver clot.
- – State potential causes of hematomas.
- – Manage and limit the extent of hematomas when they form.
- – Avoid damaging adjacent teeth during extractions.
- – Share tips for managing teeth that are iatrogenically damaged during an extraction.
- – Describe what a wound dehiscence is and why they form.
- – Manage a dehiscence to complete resolution.
- – Avoid tissue tears during extractions.
- – Manage torn flaps and tissue.
- – Recall the timeline for normal healing of an extraction site.
- – List potential causes of postoperative infections.
- – Manage most minor to moderate postoperative infections.
- – Describe trismus and the causes and management of this condition.
- – State the causes of burns or avulsive injuries.
- – Treat tissue burns and avulsive injuries.
- – Prevent or limit puncture injuries during extractions.
- – Manage an inadvertent puncture injury.
- – Recognize a mylohyoid ridge sequestrum.
- – State the causes of lingual bony sequestra and management strategies for this condition.
- – Identify common causes of broken instruments.
- – Manage situations involving broken instruments.
- – Locate the buccal fat pad and know what this structure is.
- – Avoid and manage the exposure of the buccal fat pad.
- – Assess the risk for a possible sinus exposure.
- – Recognize signs and symptoms of sinus perforation.
- – Confidently and immediately manage a sinus perforation.
- – Describe the repair of a chronic oro-antral fistula.
- – State the potential causes of tuberosity fractures.
- – Manage a fractured tuberosity or know when to refer this complication to an oral surgeon.
- – Describe the management of roots displaced into the maxillary sinus.
- – Describe the management of roots displaced into soft tissue spaces.
- – Describe the management of roots displaced into the IAN canal space.
- – Locate the infratemporal fossa.
- – Prevent displacement of upper third molars into the infra temporal fossa.
- – Understand how to manage the displacement of a tooth into the infratemporal fossa.
- – Describe osteomyelitis.
- – Recognize clinically and distinguish between the types of osteomyelitis.
- – Appreciate the complexity of the management of osteomyelitis.
- – Describe osteonecrosis.
- – Recall causes and risk factors for osteonecrosis.
- – List the treatment goals for osteonecrosis.
- – Explain the staging categories for osteonecrosis.
- – Identify common causes of condylar dislocation and demonstrate 4 techniques for reducing a condylar dislocation.
- – Describe subcutaneous air emphysema and state how it happens.
- – Recognize the signs and symptoms of subcutaneous air emphysema.
- – Manage or refer subcutaneous air emphysema based on its severity.
- – Distinguish between paresthesia, dysesthesia, and anesthesia.
- – List the potential causes of paresthesia, dysesthesia, and anesthesia.
- – Assess and manage paresthesia, dysesthesia, and anesthesia.
- – Properly manage a lingual nerve injury.
- – List potential causes of lingual nerve damage.
- – Classify lingual nerve injuries.
- – Recognize palatal necrosis and state its cause.
- – Treat palatal necrosis.
- – State common causes of iatrogenic jaw fractures.
- – Prevent iatrogenic jaw fractures from occurring.
- – Prevent or limit cases of broken needles.
- – Manage a situation involving a broken needle.
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Module 22 CE Hoursx
Module 2 Overview
Sometimes we focus so much on the tooth we are extracting that we fail to remember the big picture! This module touches upon the medical conditions that afflict our patients and helps you to understand the interplay between these conditions and oral surgery procedures. This knowledge will help to limit adverse events in the dental chair and will ensure the safety and well-being of your patients, which should always be your number one priority.2 CE Hours | 1 Month
- ASA ClassificationsRuntime: 08:53
- HypertensionRuntime: 08:53
- DiabetesRuntime: 05:36
- AsthmaRuntime: 03:27
- HyperthyroidismRuntime: 04:33
- HypothyroidismRuntime: 02:49
- AnemiaRuntime: 03:27
- Cardiac IssuesRuntime: 06:30
- Artificial JointsRuntime: 04:32
- Antibiotic Prophylaxis for EndocarditisRuntime: 03:17
- Scarlet FeverRuntime: 02:16
- OsteoporosisRuntime: 03:23
- Liver Disease & HepatitisRuntime: 06:13
- HemodialysisRuntime: 02:04
- Hemophilia & Von Willebrand DiseaseRuntime: 07:16
- Pregnancy Pt. 1Runtime: 10:05
- Pregnancy Pt. 2Runtime: 06:27
- ChemotherapyRuntime: 04:14
- RadiotherapyRuntime: 02:44
- The Immunocompromised PatientRuntime: 03:00
- Medical Emergencies Pt. 1Runtime: 07:51
- Medical Emergencies Pt. 2Runtime: 08:42
- Medical Emergencies Pt. 3Runtime: 05:08
- Advanced Cardiac Life SupportRuntime: 04:31
Medical ConsiderationsView Objectivesx
- Following completion of this course the participant will be able to:
- – Understand the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Classification System and how it used to evaluate the health of our patients.
- – Recite concerns about removing teeth safely in patients with Hypertension.
- – Demonstrate proper technique for taking blood pressure and sizing blood pressure cuffs.
- – State how diabetes impacts oral surgery procedures.
- – List tips for treating diabetic patients more safely and predictably.
- – Say why NSAIDS are a relative contraindication in patients with asthma.
- – Note important considerations for treating the asthmatic patient.
- – Safely manage the hyperthyroid patient.
- – Appreciate the nuance of sedating hyperthyroidism patients.
- – Understand appropriate drugs for pain management in hyperthyroid patients.
- – Identify the signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism.
- – Understand the importance of hypothyroid disorders as they pertain to exodontia.
- – List types of anemia and why anemia is a concern when doing oral surgical procedures.
- – State treatment considerations for people with angina, history of heart attack or congestive heart failure.
- – Recall the current American Dental Association guidelines for prosthetic joint antibiotic prophylaxis.
- – Understand the guidelines for the treatment of patients with a history of infective endocarditis.
- – Know what to prescribe for prophylaxis when a patient is already taking an antibiotic prescription.
- – Describe what scarlet fever is.
- – Explain how scarlet fever relates to infective endocarditis.
- – Identify osteoporosis via clinical presentations of the patient.
- – See how osteoporosis relates to exodontia.
- – State some of the main causes of liver failure.
- – Confidently manage patients with liver disease.
- – Identify suitable prescription options for patients with liver disease.
- – Understand some of the concerns regarding the management of a hemodialysis patient.
- – Find information on Hemophilia or Von Willebrand Disease.
- – Appreciate the concerns regarding the management of a Hemophiliac or Von Willebrand patient.
- – Know when it is safest to complete procedures on pregnant patients.
- – State considerations for managing a pregnant patient.
- – Understand the guidelines regarding radiographs during pregnancy.
- – Recite the drug categories and know how they relate to employing drugs in pregnant patients.
- – Choose a safe antibiotic for pregnant patients.
- – Select an appropriate drug for pain management in pregnancy.
- – Respect the concerns regarding sedation of pregnant patients.
- – Select the most appropriate topical and local anesthetic agents for pregnant patients.
- – Identify the significance of chemotherapy as it relates to exodontia.
- – Recall a suggested protocol for managing the chemotherapy patient.
- – Understand the suggested protocol for extractions on patients undergoing radiation therapy.
- – Safely manage an immunocompromised patient.
- – Be familiar with the the signs, symptoms, and management of common medical emergencies in the dental office including syncope, seizures, hypoglycemia, mild allergic reactions, hyperventilation, orthostatic hypotension, acute asthma, airway obstruction, heart attack, stroke, cardiac arrest, and anaphylaxis.
- – Discuss the concept of Advanced Cardiac Life Support training and why they should consider taking it.
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