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This course reviews selected aspects of head and neck anatomy fundamental to the practice of dentistry. The topics will be approached from a functional perspective with emphasis on common anatomical variations, pertinent anomalies and important clinical applications. This course is for dentists, hygienists and assistants who wish to gain a better appreciation for the anatomical basis of dental practice.
1) Basic anatomical relationships and landmarks which are key to accurate examination and evaluation of dental patients.
2) Anatomical considerations and variants that must be carefully taken into account when treatment planning placement of implant restorations.
3) Landmarks and anatomy for a wide range of local anesthesia injection techniques and a clearer understanding of potential complications of dental treatments.
4) The anatomical pathways and likely patterns of the spread of infection or cancer metastases in the head and neck region.
Course Number: T2206
- Dental Assistants
- Dental Hygienists
- Dental Therapist
- Student Dentists
About the speaker
Alan W. Budenz, MS, D.D.S., MBA
Dr. Budenz is a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Vice Chair of Diagnostic Sciences at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco, California. He has more than 35 years of general practice experience and lectures internationally on local anesthesia, anatomy, oral medicine and caries management.
|Fundamental CE Credits||0|
|Elective CE Credits||0|
|Core CE Credits||2.5|
|Core Topic||Diagnosis & Treatment Planning|
|Dentist Early Bird Fee||$35.00|
|Staff Early Bird Fee||$35.00|
|Dentist Regular Fee||$45.00|
|Staff Regular Fee||$45.00|