We have places available on our November BAOMS Reconstruction SSIG Cadaveric Study Workshop course.
This 2 day workshop is aimed at ST6+ Head and Neck Fellows and Consultants.
Presentation/lectures and interactive discussion/debate with hands on practice with Models and Cadaveric dissection on Thiel embalmed cadavers.
Day 1 covers oral and maxillofacial implant rehabilitation, including a hands-on workshop in the afternoon where delegates will have the opportunity to place zygomatic and co-axial implants. Donor site morbidity can be minimised by utilisation of a defect and patient tailored approach, avoiding bone grafts or adjunct surgical procedures with the implant technology currently available.
Day 2 delegates will work in pairs to harvest a chimeric subscapular system flap for simulated reconstruction of complex maxillofacial defects. This enables reconstruction based on a single flap (or one set of microvascular anastomosis) and would be especially relevant in vessel depleted necks. One of the aims of the workshop will be to encourage delegates to widen their scope and range of reconstruction options available in the management of complex orofacial defects.
To find out more and book a place visit our dedicated course page.