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Avoiding Tuberosity Fractures With Dr. Karl Koerner- Dental Continuing Education

December 22, 2020 12:46 pm Published by

Dr. Karl Koerner has been teaching dentists to safely and efficiently perform surgical extractions for longer than most have been dentists.  One topic that almost always comes up during his oral surgery courses, is how to avoid the dreaded tuberosity fracture.  The following 3 minute video from Koerner Center for Surgical Instruction discusses protocols and methods for reducing the risk of tuberosity fracture with surgical extraction of a tooth.

Dr. Koerner’s courses provide an in-depth didactic approach, with real-life examples that translate to daily practice.  His hands-on and patient treatment courses equip general dentists to confidently, efficiently and safely provide more surgical extractions for their patients who need them.  You can learn more about the courses offered through KCSI and find one that suits your needs on our website.

This short video offers useful information that can be utilized immediately in your office.  Three minutes won’t change the world, but we hope that you find it  informative and actionable.  There is a dentist out there today, watching this video, who will be glad he or she did at the end of today. If that is you, then we want to know!  Email us at support@kcsi.pro or join our facebook group KCSI Forum to share your feedback.

 

 

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