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Advanced Extraction Techniques And Dealing With Complications


Description

SURGICAL EXTRACTIONS and COMPLICATIONS
Brook A. Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC, DEVDC, FAVD
Veterinary Dental Specialties and Oral Surgery
SanDiego, CA, USA

Challenging extractions are best performed via a surgical approach. Canine and carnassial (maxillary fourth premolar and mandibular first molar) teeth are typically considered “difficult”. However, it is also beneficial for teeth with root malformations or pathology (ie. e
ankyloses) and retained roots. A surgical approach allows the practitioner to remove buccal cortical bone, promoting an easier extraction process.

This module covers extraction techniques for:
• Maxillary fourth premolar
• Mandibular fourth molar
• Maxillary canine
• Retained roots
• Oronasal fistula repair

Content
  • ADVANCED EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES AND DEALING WITH COMPLICATIONS
  • Quiz: Advanced Extraction Techniques And Dealing With Complications (clone)
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed