Mandibular Canine Extractions Online Course

Course Description

Extraction of the mandibular canine tooth is the most common extraction associated with iatrogenic fracture and extraction dehiscence. It is an extraction that practitioners dread and occasionally avoid. In this course, we will review relevant anatomy, learn about recommended equipment, evaluate flap, bone removal and closure techniques. The course will finish with case discussions of mandibular extractions and a video demonstration.

Learning objectives

Attendees of this course will understand:

  1. Relevant clinical anatomy at the mandibular canine extraction site
  2. How to create a mucogingival flap to maximize exposure of the mandibular canine tooth
  3. How to perform alveolectomy and utilize instruments to avoid iatrogenic mandibular fracture
  4. How to close the extraction site in order to minimize the risk of dehiscence

Category

Dentistry

Instructors

Dr. Naomi Hoyer

Race Approved CE

1.0 Hour

Cost

$29.95

Category

Dentistry

Instructors

Dr. Naomi Hoyer

Race Approved CE

1.0 Hour

Cost

$29.95

Dr. Naomi Hoyer

DVM, DAVDC

Naomi Hoyer is an Assistant Professor of Dentistry and Oral Surgery at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University. She graduated from Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in 2002. She worked in general practice for 10 years before starting her dental residency in private practice. She became an AVDC Diplomate in 2017. She left private practice in 2018 to pursue her passion for dentistry education. She hopes to share her love of dentistry with as many students and practitioners as possible. Her professional interests include management of periodontal disease and developmental maxillofacial disease.