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Three surgeon perfoming an oral surgery on a patient. Common practice for The Oral Surgery Course.

The Hands-on Oral Surgery Course: Part 1

12 CE Core 2


C$2,999 + Taxes


2 days



14 Students per session



About the Course

Learn from experts and specialists and actually complete hands-on extraction on high fidelity models. After this high intensity 2-day course, you have not only had built-up your clinical knowledge in oral surgery but gained confidence in the actual implication of these techniques. You will practice on 3D printed models along with animal jaws on a variety of real-world oral surgery situations. These include hands-on experiences in exodontia with bone troughing, flap design, sectioning of teeth and suturing. All under the supervision of an oral maxillofacial surgeon, receive real day to day tips on how to identify and avoid common complications in this realm. With our hands-on education approach, we also aim to have you confidently transfer your newly learned oral surgery skills outside of exodontia to patients, including pre-prosthetic surgery, alveoloplasties and labial frenectomies.

Successful completion of this course will allow participants to be eligible to attend Part 2.

Learn from Experienced Professionals

  • Designed to make you feel comfortable and confident in private practice.

  • A full day of hands-on clinical experience of completing, from case selection to practicing surgery on high fidelity models and pig/sheep jaws 

Dentists practicing dentistry on dental practice dolls

Course Requirements

Course Certificates

List of pre requisites
  • Being a dentist dedicated to gaining the knowledge and skills to better serve their patients.

  • Certificate will be presented issuing 12 CE Core 2 with the RCDSO.

  • Completion makes participant eligible to enroll in The Hands-on Oral Surgery Course: Part 2.

Course Director

Haissam A. Kanaan

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

A head shot of a dentist in front of a white wall - Photo of Dr. Haissam Kannan, course director for the The Hands-on Surgery Part I Course.

Course Breakdown

Day 1 (Lecture)

  • Anatomy

  • Case selection

  • When to refer

  • Patient communication

  • Record keeping and Informed consent

  • Local anesthesia

  • Management of medically compromised patients

  • Dry socket management

  • Hemostasis

  • General principles of exodontia

  • Armamentarium

  • Flap design

  • Bone troughing

  • Sectioning of teeth

  • Suturing

  • Introduction to pre-prosthetic surgery

  • Alveoloplasty

  • Labial frenectomies

Day 1 & 2 - 8:30am - 5pm

**Note: Orders of topic and locations are subject to change**

Upcoming Dates

Fall - August 17th - 18th, 2024

How does registration work?

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Step 1

Choose your course and date

Check the course and date that is right for you and your career.

Step 2

Register for the course

Complete the registration form at the bottom of this page, and our Concierge will contact you with further information.

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Step 3

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In this step, our concierge will contact you to provide information about application and payment for the course.

* Payment and Installments will be discussed with the concierge

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