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  • 1. PowerPoint ® Presentation for Specialty Chairside Assisting with Labs Module: Oral Surgery
  • 2. Module: Oral Surgery Part A: The Surgery Team Part B: Instruments and Procedures Oral Surgery
  • 3. Module: Oral Surgery
    • Learning Objectives
    • 1. Define the Key Terms.
    • 2. State the various oral and maxillofacial surgical
    • procedures.
    • 3. List preoperative and postoperative instructions
    • for the patient.
    • 4. Demonstrate aseptic procedures followed during oral surgery.
    • 5. Demonstrate the ability and knowledge to set up and assist during oral surgery procedures.
  • 4. Key Terms
    • Alveolitis
    • Alveoplasty
    • Biopsy
    • Creptitus
    • Dental implants
    • Elevators
    • Endosteal implants
    • Excisional biopsy
    • Exfoliative cytology
    • Extraction forceps
    • Hemostats
    • Incisional biopsy
    • Informed consent
    • Luxates
    • Maxillofacial
    • Mouth props
    • Mucoperiosteum
    • Needle holders
  • 5. Key Terms
    • Orthognathic surgery
    • Osseointegration
    • Periosteal elevator
    • Retractors
    • Rongeurs
    • Root tip picks
    • Subperiosteal implant
    • Surgical aspirating tips
    • Surgical bone files
    • Surgical chisels
    • Surgical curettes
    • Surgical mallet
    • Surgical scalpels
    • Surgical scissors
    • Tinnitus
    • Tissue forceps
    • Trismus
  • 6. Part A: The Surgery Team
  • 7. The Oral Surgeon’s Office Operating room Recovery area
  • 8. The Oral Surgery Office Team
    • Surgeon
    • Receptionist and business staff
    • Surgical dental assistant
      • Main assistant
      • Second assistant
  • 9. Part B: Instruments and Procedures Surgical Scalpels
  • 10. Retractors
  • 11. Mouth Props
  • 12. Other Oral Surgical Instruments
    • Hemostats and needle holders
    • Surgical scissors
    • Aspirating tips
    • Curettes
    • Chisels and mallets
    • Bone files
    • Rongeurs
    • Periosteal elevator
    • Elevators
    • Forceps
  • 13. Preparing for Oral Surgery Asepsis considerations Patient considerations and preparation
  • 14. Oral Surgery Procedures Routine or uncomplicated extractions Multiple extractions and alveoplasty Impacted teeth extractions Biopsy procedures Treatment for TMJ Dental implants
  • 15. Patient Postoperative Instructions What to expect What to do What to avoid
  • 16. Assessment Questions
    • What is the difference between a hemostat and a needle holder?
    • Needle holder beaks are shorter than hemostat beaks.
    • What instruments are used to reshape bone?
    • The bone file and ronguers forceps
    • What is the purpose of a periosteal elevator?
    • It is used to loosen gingiva from around a tooth and to retract tissues.
  • 17. Summary of Module
    • Key Terms
    • The surgery team
    • Oral surgical instruments
    • Asepsis considerations
    • Patient considerations
    • Oral surgery procedures
    • Postoperative considerations