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Surgical Extractions for the General Dentist (Feb. 7, 2020 San Francisco)

September 27, 2019 3:19 pm Published by


February 7, 2020 San Francisco

SKU: SEGD-200221 Category:


Make Surgical Extractions Easier and More Predictable with this Practical Step-by-Step Education Event

Curated by: Karl R. Koerner, DDS, MS


Don’t Miss This Event

This Course Will Equip You With the Answers to:

  • How do I loosen roots quickly?
  • How do I preserve the buccal plate?
  • What if the root structure chips away?
  • Where is it acceptable to remove bone?
  • What are the best instruments for extractions?
  • How do I suture efficiently and effectively?

This course and its content are curated by Dr. Karl Koerner, who has taught surgical extractions to general dentists for over 25 years. The Koerner Center for Surgical Instruction (KCSI) approach breaks the content into quickly accessible concepts that course participants can master and reliably replicate.

This one-day course is the lead-in to the four-part KCSI certification program, to equip general dentists to master office dental surgery, and to make it easier, more predictable and more profitable.

COURSE SPECIAL: All course participants will receive a free Hu-Friedy 3 mm straight Luxator 


This course is presented with the support of an unrestricted grant from Dental Health Products Inc.


Additional Information



CE Hours



Live Seminar/Lab


Date: February 7, 2020
Location: San Francisco
Breakfast: 8:00 AM
Welcome at: 8:00 AM
Course Begins: 8:30 AM
Lunch: 12:00–1:00 PM
Course Completes: 4:30 PM

Course Content

  • Surgical Extractions:
    • Case selection: red vs. green flags
    • Most effective instruments and how to use them.
    • Do extractions quickly and safely without excess bone removal.
    • Below the bone level? No problem.
  • What you need to know about sutures and suturing.
  • Complications: avoid or manage them
    • Surgery taking too long, infection and antibiotics, bleeding, avoiding excessive force, leaving roots, removing roots, won’t go numb, sinus issues, pain and swelling, delayed healing
  • Alveoplasty, exostoses removal, frenectomy, canine eminence
  • Flap Design: quick and easy for good visibility
  • Socket bone grafting: simple and predictable
  • Course participants receive access to key video clips for future reference.


Hampton Inn

300 Gateway Blvd

South San Francisco, CA 94080

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