PowerPoint ® Presentation for Specialty Chairside Assisting with Labs Module: Oral Surgery
Module: Oral Surgery Part A: The Surgery Team Part B: Instruments and Procedures Oral Surgery
Module: Oral Surgery
- 2. State the various oral and maxillofacial surgical
- 3. List preoperative and postoperative instructions
- 4. Demonstrate aseptic procedures followed during oral surgery.
- 5. Demonstrate the ability and knowledge to set up and assist during oral surgery procedures.
Part A: The Surgery Team
The Oral Surgeon’s Office Operating room Recovery area
The Oral Surgery Office Team
- Receptionist and business staff
- Surgical dental assistant
Part B: Instruments and Procedures Surgical Scalpels
Other Oral Surgical Instruments
- Hemostats and needle holders
Preparing for Oral Surgery Asepsis considerations Patient considerations and preparation
Oral Surgery Procedures Routine or uncomplicated extractions Multiple extractions and alveoplasty Impacted teeth extractions Biopsy procedures Treatment for TMJ Dental implants
Patient Postoperative Instructions What to expect What to do What to avoid
- 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.
Summary of Module
- Oral surgical instruments
- Postoperative considerations