Why Atraumatic Extractions?- Interactive Session Webinar

This interactive session will discuss the considerations for atraumatic extractions and the challenges of such interventions within the Dental practice.

Tooth loss has an impact on people’s self-confidence and overall interaction in society.  It can affect quality of life and bring with it a number of other issues.  This webinar will discuss with the participants the rationale for atraumatic extractions and how this can be done.  The benefits of such techniques will also be covered.  

The webinar will cover GDC Outcomes B and C.

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Aim

To discuss the rationale for atraumatic extractions and why general dental practitioners should be aware of this.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the session the participant should be able to:

  • Explain the rationale for atraumatic extraction
  • Consider how to undertake an atraumatic extraction
  • Describe the different ways in which this can be delivered

The webinar will cover GDC Outcomes B and C.

 

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Course Director

Ulpee R Darbar BDS, MSc, FDS(Rest Dent)RCS, FHEA
Consultant in Restorative Dentistry and honorary Associate Professor
Director of Dental Education
Eastman Dental Hospital & Institute
London

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14

Apr

Why Atraumatic Extractions?- Interactive Session- Webinar

Belfast

£52.00

Wednesday, 14 April 2021

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM (2 hours)

  • £52.00 incl. VAT

Wed 14 Apr 2021

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM (2 hours)

This session is an interactive discussion on whether atraumatic extractions should be considered. The challenges of such interventions will also be discussed particularly when considering extractions in dental practice. Tooth loss has an impact on people’s self-confidence and overall interaction in society. It can affect quality of life and bring with it a number of other issues. This webinar will discuss with the participants the rationale for atraumatic extractions and how this can be done. The bene

Cost

£52.00 (Including VAT)

Time

7pm- 9pm

Accredited by

2 CPD Hours