Tennessee (USA) – 26-28 October 2012
Practical Surgery, Implantology and Applied Anatomy Dissection
Practical Surgery, Implantology and Applied Anatomy Dissection Course
Conducted by Stuart Orton-Jones
About the Course
This is a course that offers the opportunity to perform procedures on fresh cadavers, just like the real thing. No formalin smell or stiff tissue as with preserved cadavers but soft tissue that can be retracted and dissected revealing some of the structures that you normally do not wish to see but know are there, somewhere.
This is not a course run by anatomists where you spend unnecessary time dissecting out fascial planes and structures that are irrelevant to everyday dentistry. Everything is relevant to everyday dentistry.
Comments by Previous Participants
“The Stuart Orton-Jones Anatomy course is the most practical, useful and appropriate course for all dentists practising or embarking on the field of surgical dentistry.
Working on fresh cadavers is really just like performing surgery on a live patient – it’s that realistic’
“The Practical Surgery, Implantology and Applied Anatomy Dissection Course was one of the best organised and most thorough that I have ever taken. Everything is directly applicable. The value of this course is immeasurable”
This is a unique course where surgical skills can be practiced and enhanced without risk and is of great benefit to novices and experts alike. It has given me the confidence to exceed and succeed in my professional career.”
“This is a fantastic hands-on dissection course using fresh cadavers in an excellent facility. A must for people doing implants.”
“You are a genius, what more can I say.”
“When I was a student professors concentrated too much on didactics. If only we had someone like you to teach us what really matters.”
“You are the first true innovator in Dental Teaching that I know of and am proud to be in your contact book.”
“Yours presentations are excellent.”
“The Stuart Orton-Jones courses are the most practical, useful and appropriate course for all dentists.”
“The best organized and most thorough that I have ever taken. Everything is directly applicable. The value of this course is immeasurable.”
“These are fantastic hands-on courses.”
Comments by the Originator and Presenter of this course
“I was stimulated to devise this course after becoming frustrated by several anatomy courses I attended in Europe and the United States. Too much time was spent on irrelevant information and irrelevant dissection of structures I was not interested in. I therefore went to the Bristol Dissection Department and dissected what I wanted to see and did oral surgery implant procedures that I wanted to do. I then devised this course and conducted it in the United Kingdom and in the United States. The response from participants has been amazing.” Stuart Orton-Jones
To dissect those anatomical structures of the head relevant to general dentistry, oral surgery and implantology.
To assist in the performance of the following clinical procedures
1 Painless Local Anaesthesia
2 Soft Tissue Surgery
3 Minor Oral Surgery
4 Implant Placement
5 Sinus Grafting
6 Bone Grafting
7 Nerve Repositioning
8 Wisdom Teeth Removal
Structures to be studied
The Mandible The mental foramen and mental nerve, the course of the Inferior Dental Bundle, the Lingual Nerve, the Facial Artery, the Anatomy of the Mandible including the Mylohyoid Fossa and Symphysis
The Maxilla The Infra-orbital Foramen and Bundle, the Maxillary Sinus, the Piriform Fossa and Floor of the Nose, the Incisal Bundle and Canal, and the course of the Greater Palatine Bundle.
The Main Practical Sessions
Session 1 Mental Bundle Exposure Session 2 Symphysial Block Grafting
Session 3 Lingual Nerve Exposure Session 4 Exposure of the Facial Artery
Session 5 Ramus Block Grafting Session 6 Exposure of the Inferior Dental Bundle,
Session 7 Infra-orbital Bundle Exposure Session 8 Maxillary Sinus Grafting
Session 9 Piriform Fossa and Nasal Lining Elevation
Session 10 Incisal Canal Probing Incisal Bundle Exposure
Session 11 Greater Palatine Block Injection Palatal Nerve and Greater Palatine Foramen Exposure
The Additional Sessions included in the course fee
Suturing Techniques, Implant Placement, Mini Implant Placement Ridge Repositioning Block Grafting Sinus Grafting Buccal Fat Pad Closure of an Oro-antral Fistula Basic Guide to Facial Aesthetics
Venue | The Medical Education and Research Institute,
Memphis, Tennessee USA
Course Date | October 26th, 7.00am to October 28th Noon
The Peabody Hotel, Special Rate for a Limited Number of People ?? $205
149, Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103
Tel 901 529 4198 Fax 901 529 3629 www.peabodymemphis.com
Doubletree Hotel, Special Rate for a Limited Number of People ?? $159
185 Union Ave. Telephone Number 901-528-1800
Local Attractions | Gracelands. Elvis Presley’s Home. www.elvis.com/graceland
Martin Luther King Memorial Museum. www.nps.gov/malu
Restaurants | Texas de Brazil (Meat and Fish) | Poncho’s Mexican Restaurant
Course Fee (Payments & Booking Form to be sent to Course Secretary)
$3295 including the course and lunches. (Social activities and evening meals are not included).
Cheques (Checks) should be made payable to Rocky Mountain Bone Bank
Cancellations should be made as early as possible. Full refunds will be given only up to one month from the date of the course. If the course is cancelled for whatever reason the full course fee will be refunded. The organizers of the course will not be held liable for any other expenses incurred by the participants.
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Course Presenter | Dr Stuart Orton-Jones | www.sojinstitute.co.uk
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