This course follows on from Dentoalveolar Trauma 1, and aims to expand the trainees understanding of dental trauma and its sequelae. It covers the diagnosis and management of facial fractures and soft tissue trauma. It also covers the presentation and reporting of non-accidental injuries, including child protection legislation and reporting mechanisms.
oral surgery clinics, medically complex clinical cases, participation in multidisciplinary clinics, clinical sessions weekly
Logbook, MCQ , OSCE, Viva voce, Written examination
Fonseca, RJ, RV Walker, NJ Betts, HD Barber, and MP Powers. Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma. Vol. 1, 2. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 2005. Sailer, HF, and GF Pajarola. Color Atlas of Dental Medicine: Oral Surgery for the General Dentist. Stuttgart: Thieme, 1999. Scully, C. Oral and Maxillofacial Medicine: The Basis of Diagnosis and Treatment. Second ed. Edinburgh: Chruchill Livingston, 2004. Talley, NJ, and S O'Connor. Clinical Examination. A Systemic Guide to Physical Diagnosis. Fifth ed. Sydney: Churchill Livingston, 2006.
Comprehensive knowledge in all aspects of General Dentistry, particularly in Restorative Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation
physical and/or mental impairments jeopardizing performance of safe clinical dentistry and safety/health of patients and staff.