EDUCATION & TEACHING
Saturday 20th February 2021
This course aims to review basic exodontia techniques and introduce the bone preserving techniques which should be at the forefront of clinical practice.
Oral surgery is an essential part of the General Dental Practitioners repertoire. We are seeing an ever-increasing ageing population with multiple comorbidities and coupled with high expectations of treatment.
Atraumatic and bone preserving exodontia is critical to healing and rehabilitation of patients. This course aims to review basic exodontia techniques and introduce the bone preserving techniques which should be at the forefront of clinical practice; including the use of piezoelectric surgery to ensure rapid and predictable healing.
Consent, medical considerations and novel techniques such as PRF will also be discussed.
With a combination of didactic teaching, case selection, discussions and a practical hands-on element on animal tissue candidates will have the opportunity to employ the atraumatic and bone preserving extraction techniques.
This will allow candidates to have a better understanding of the procedures and be able to introduce them to their clinical practice.
Referral of appropriate patients and recognition/awareness of ones limitations will be discussed.
Brown J, Baker R, Moore R
An investigation into the oral surgery curriculum and undergraduate experience in a sample of DFT's in the UK.
European Journal of Dental Education 2020 in press https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/eje.12617
Wanis C, Aulakh G, Wilson G, Moore R
Impact of COVID-19 on dental specialty training in the UK: the trainee perspective.
Faculty Dental Journal 2020 in press https://publishing.rcseng.ac.uk/doi/10.1308/rcsfdj.2020.124
Gadiwala Y, Moore R, Palmer N, Renton T
Where is the 'wisdom' in wisdom tooth surgery? A review of national and international third molar surgery guidelines.
International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 2020; in press https://www.ijoms.com/article/S0901-5027(20)30329-5/fulltext
Moore R, Dave M, Stocker J, Aggarwal VR
Simplifying differential diagnoses of orofacial conditions - a guide to surgical sieves and red-flags
British Dental Journal 2020 in press
Jones A, Moore R, McKechnie A.
Redeployment to research?
British Dental Journal 2020 228(10) 736-737
Wanis C, Jawad H, Moore RJ, Burke J.
Accidental administration of auto-injectable adrenaline into a digit
Dental Update 2020 47; 51:53
Moore RJ, Miller R, Henderson S
Risk Management in Oral Surgery
British Dental Journal 2019 227; 1035-1040
Social Media - What Dentists need to be aware of
Dental Update 2018 45; 5-6
Mann L, Moore RJ
Paraesthesia of the lower lip as the presenting symptom of an acoustic neuroma: a case report
Oral Surgery 2017 10; 105-108
Moore RJ, Gambroudes M
Dental Implants in the aesthetic zone: a personal perspective on the importance of planning
Faculty Dental Journal 2012 3; 42-47
Moore RJ, Rice S, Summ E, Crean S.
Paediatric Basic Life Support for Dental Practitioners: 2011 Update - what you need to know
Faculty of Dental Surgery
Moore RJ, Rice S, Crean S.
Adult BLS resuscitation: 2010 update - what you need to know
Faculty of Dental Surgery (training supplement)
McVeigh KP. Moore RJ, James G, Hall T, Barnard N.
Advantages of not using the intensive care unit after operations for oropharyngeal cancer: An audit at Worcester Royal Hospital
British Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 2007 45; 648-651
James GJ, Moore RJ, Perry MJ
Impregnation of antibiotic into porous high density polyethylene material (Medpor) using negative pressure
British Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 2006 44; 556-557