Intensive oral surgery workshop at CDA Presents: What will it cover?

Ronald P. Morris, DDS, MS, describes learning outcomes

Faced with limited space in the CDA Presents program, Ronald P. Morris, DDS, MS, found it challenging to adequately cover the learning outcomes of the oral surgery workshop he’ll teach this May at the Anaheim convention. After all, the two-day workshop spans a total of 18 hours (16 hours of learning with an hour each day for lunch) and is formidably titled “Everything You Wanted To Know About Oral Surgery but Were Afraid To Ask.” 

Dr. Morris had the opportunity to expand on what workshop attendees will learn in a video discussion with CDA last fall in San Francisco. In just over two minutes, he succinctly outlines parts 1 and 2 of the workshop, which covers routine and complex surgeries, atraumatic extractions, root tips, impactions, palatal and mandibular tori removal, socket grafting with and without membranes and other procedures on lifelike models.

“Everything You Wanted To Know About Oral Surgery but Were Afraid To Ask” takes place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday, May 16-17. Workshops require a registration fee and space is limited; to ensure their spots, dentists should register for these courses in advance.

Learn more about this workshop and speaker in the CDA Presents Program. Watch Dr. Morris talk about the course in the video below or on CDA’s YouTube channel.

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