This two day, hands on cadaver course uses fresh frozen specimens with multiple genuine facial fractures and is open to trainees in Oral & Maxillofacial and plastic Surgery plus related specialties involved in the care of trauma patients.
Hands on course with 2-3 delegates per work station undertaking operative procedures on fresh frozen cadaveric material with real bony injuries. The course empahasises surgical access and plating procedures needed to treat the bony facial skeleton.
It is conducted in a state of the art wet lab with instructors giving real time demonstrations of each procedure followed by the delegates operating themselves with expert faculty on hand throughout the day. By the end of the course each delegate should be familiar with standard approaches to the facial bony skeleton and principles of plating for each anatomical region.
Numbers limited to 38 delegates