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Session 2 How to handle Instruments

Session 2 How to handle Instruments International Dental Learning UK, USA, India & Canada

The second session of the suture training course focuses on the proper handling of the surgical instruments, as well as a discussion on the basic skills for oral surgery and implantology. Stuart Orton-Jones has given international dentistry courses such as this one by travelling to the following countries: USA, UK, Canada, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, UAE (United Arab Emirates), Australia, Egypt, France, Germany, Kuwait, Malaysia, and Oman.

 

Tips on how to proceed through this Suturing Training Programme

To view a Video

        Click Twice on the Video to see Full Screen

At the End of the Video

        Press Escape   Click away

        Arrow down to the next presentation

To view a Presentation     Click on the First Image

       Then press Right Arrow on Keyboard to progress to the Next Image

 

How to fit a Scalpel Blade

Click Twice on the Video to see Full Screen

Now fit a Scalpel Blade onto a Handle

How to remove a Scalpel Blade

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Now remove the Scalpel Blade from the Handle

Click on the First Image

Press Right Arrow on Keyboard to progress to the Next Image


Click on the First Image

Click Twice on the Video to see Full Screen

  Right Handed  Changing Grips

Click on the First Image

Click Twice on the Video to see Full Screen


Click Twice on the Video to see Full Screen

Musicians use both hands whether they are Right or Left Handed

We use both hands to drive cars and type on a Keyboard

With practice it is possible to suture with both hands depending on which is most convenient

When an elbow is raised while working it put a strain on our bodies

Usually it is due to using the wrong grip or the wrong hand

Left Handed Changing Grips



  How to use a Mouth Mirror