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Extraction Techniques for the General Dentist

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This video is from our live webinar on Sept 26, 2020.  Available in streaming format only.  This On-Demand Course can be watched multiple times and is guaranteed to be available for one year after purchase.

Karl Koerner covers 10 of the most worrisome complications that can happen while doing “surgical” extractions in general practice and how to avoid or manage them. The first is one of the worst… Taking too much time to remove broad, long canines in dense bone with a tenacious periodontal ligament. Preventing this problem (12 steps or choices) is an unveiled mystery to most GPs.  Knowing how to deal with the other nine complications is similarly needful. Oral surgeons know them all.  Some complications are inter-connected and can compound the situation.  All can be eliminated or mitigated.

 From this course, the participant is better able to:

  1. Avoid or manage troublesome complications with exodontia.
  2. Remove difficult teeth more quickly, easily, and predictably.
  3. Refer fewer extractions out of the office.
  4. Have patients more satisfied with the way surgical procedures are done.
  5. Experience less stress while performing surgical extractions.

Comments from course participants:

"I wish they had this course 38 years ago, when I graduated from dental school."  Ronald L.

"Great tips about surgical exodontia that I will be happy to implement in my practice and continue growing my skillset"  Daniel M.

"Technical presentation and flow of information was the best. Wish I was younger and had more years to practice. Wish I had been in Gordon’s educational groups a long time ago." Michael W.

Item #: X4111

CE Credits: 3
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