DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE:
The course deals with the application of the main techniques of basic oral, regenerative and implant surgery, with associated dissection on cadaver of the related muscle and neurovascular tissues
Starting from the elevation of full-thickness and partial-thickness flaps, the described surgical techniques will be performed first, followed by dissection of the tissues surrounding the surgical area.
The dissection taught will be a “clinically oriented” dissection by planes, that is to say structured with the objective of understanding, through the acquisition of the anatomical data, how to prevent and manage haemorrhage and neurosensorial complications, intra- and postoperatively respectively.
This approach is essential to dispel doubts and fears during the application of the techniques, while increasing your clinical skills.
The course is conducted on anatomical preparations of fresh-frozen cadavers that ensure maximum safety for the participants from the point of view of infections and provide an ideal superimposability to the living person.
85% of the course will be focused on practice, the keyword will be “do” and the more theoretical aspects will be combined with hands-on demonstrations.
One head every 2 participants will be made available to give everybody the opportunity to take part directly.