*Oral Surgery 101: The Basics Before You Start*

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5 videos

  • Implant kit cleaning tricks

    03:24 Published: 07/03/2017

    This video is not coupled with continuing education credits. 

    It is important to properly clean, dry and sterilize and implant surgical kit. Improper technique can lead to oxidizing and dulling of the drills. Since a guided surgery kit generally costs about $5000-6000, not knowing the proper protocol can be expensive.

  • Aseptic Protocol for Dental Implant Surgery

    25:16 Published: 04/12/2017

    A common question that comes up in lectures to dentists who are just getting started on their journeys into implant surgery is how to set up the operatory to create an aseptic environment. Just how "sterile" does everything need to be, and where to I get the supplies to do this, and what instruments do I need for my basic implant set up. This video will answer these questions for you. Run time- 25:16

  • Introduction to OnlineOralSurgery

    11:45 Published: 04/25/2016

    This video is not coupled with continuing education credits.

    In this introductory video, Dr. Jay Reznick discusses the teaching philosophy of the website and how to approach oral surgery cases with confidence and competence. You will also learn about Informed Consent and why this is so important for oral surgery procedures. Duration- 11:45

  • Silence is Golden (HD)

    11:44 Published: 01/26/2014

    Rather than showing how to do a specific procedure, Dr. Reznick discusses some concepts that are generally only taught to surgical residents. In this video, the subjects of consistency and efficiency and how they apply to oral surgical procedures is presented. Run time- 11:43.

  • Look Before You Leap (HD)

    25:02 Published: 01/21/2014

    One of the basic fundamentals taught by Dr. Reznick is proper pre-surgical evaluation of the patient and the procedure to be performed. For the removal of a tooth, following the Standard of Care regarding pre-operative radiographs is essential to plan the surgical approach and to minimize the risk of complications. When this is not done, not only will the procedure be more difficult, but the risk of untoward events and litigation are significantly increased. In this case, a dentist failed to properly evaluate the clinical situation before attempting surgery and the patient ended up in Dr. Reznick's office for management of a failed surgical attempt. Run Time- 25:02 (HD)