Module 2 – Surgical Anatomy Theory for the Oral Implantologist 

In this Module we will review the Head & Neck Anatomy. Applied surgical dental and implantological anatomy of the mouth, maxilla and mandible and related vital structures have to be discussed in details.

It will provide a systematic review of the anatomical structures, and participants will learn how to apply that knowledge in the surgical setting.

  • Introduction of Head and neck detailed Anatomy.

    • Scalp, palate, face, nose, orbit, paranasal sinus, the carotid triangle, Nerves and Vessels of the face, Temporal and infratemporal fossae)

  • Surgical Anatomy of Mandible / Maxilla.

  • Surgical Anatomy of the submandibular region.

  • Anatomy of oral hard and soft tissues

  • Structures of the floor of the mouth:

  • Lingual nerve – submandibular gland and duct –sublingual gland.

  • Lingual contours of the mandible bone

  • Incisive foramen and canal with nervus nasopalatinus.

  • Foramen palatinum majus and course of the greater palatine artery

  • Topographical anatomy

  • Lower jaw, interforaminal

  • Upper jaw, anterior teeth region

  • Upper and lower jaw, posterior teeth region, tuberosity

  • Embryology of the head and neck

  • Bone tissue

  • Surgical anatomy of bone grafting

  • Applied anatomy of the skull

  • Blood supply of the head and neck

  • The oral cavity and palate

  • Temporal and infratemporal fossae

  • Temporomandibular joint

  • Submandibular triangle

  • Submental and digastric triangles

  • Be familiar with different bone types, anatomy, physiology, and local growth factors.

  • Demonstration on specimen of the theory discussed

Course Duration (Days):        2 Days

Course starting on :                   Registration is open to be held in Q4. 2024

Total Points:                                      20 CE

Fees:                                                       1,290 CAD

Course delivery:                            Online