Head and Neck Anatomy Review: Clinical Relevance with Dr. Beeren Gajjar (In-Person)
Dr. Gajjar combines the theoretical with the practical of head & neck anatomy and delivers what’s relevant to your practice. Learn anatomy more in depth with tricks/tips for everyday cases and issues. Fine-tune your injection techniques, learn useful tricks for identifying anatomic landmarks for local anesthesia, things to avoid during surgical procedures, posture and ergonomics and so much more.
Presenter: Beeren Gajjar, DDS
Date Selection: Februrary 21st, 2021, November 14th, 2021
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Location: 1060 Main Street, Suite 201, River Edge, NJ 07661
CE Credits: 6
AGD Code: 012
Subject: Basic Science Lecture
*Boxed lunch included for in-person courses
We all remember the agonizing pain of sitting through anatomy lectures in dental school trying to memorize all those Latin names only to pass an exam! How much of that knowledge did we retain? It is important for dentists and their dental team to have useful knowledge of head and neck anatomy. This knowledge is important for identifying abnormalities, improving the diagnostic process, formulating the proper treatment plan for the patient and in communicating with other healthcare professionals. It is also helpful in ergonomics for the dental team and may help prevent some of the disabilities that are a result of our profession.
By the conclusion of this course, participants will learn the following:
- An in-depth knowledge of head and neck anatomy.
- Skeletal-muscular terminology.
- Focus on neuro-muscular structures and their relation to dental procedures.
- Common anatomical variations.
- Learn to identify variants in neuro-vascular structures and the maxillary sinus.
- How to implement this knowledge when diagnosing and treating patients.
- Learn how to avoid damage to vital structures during dental surgery.
- Predict common mishaps before attempting dental surgery.
- Anatomical evaluations prior to local anesthesia.
- Diagnose cranial nerve injuries.
- How knowledge of anatomy may help with ergonomics and prevent disabilities.
- Review of relevant skeletal and muscular structures.
- Review proper ergonomics.
- Learn ways to prevent fatigue and chronic aches.
About the Speaker:
Beeren Gajjar, DDS
Dr. Beeren Gajjar has been a Gross Anatomy lecturer for over 2 decades. Prior to attending dental school Dr. Gajjar has held several faculty position for various graduate programs. His vast knowledge in anatomy and dentistry has allowed him to create this unique lecture Dr. Gajjar is a graduate of NYU College of Dentistry. He completed a general practice residency at Long Island Collage Hospital. Outside of private practice, Dr. Gajjar currently holds a clinical faculty position at NYU Langone/ Lutheran Medical Center. He has been involved in resident education for over 12 years, where he routinely gives residents lectures and training residents in full mouth rehabilitation. He also completed a surgical training program at the MISH International Implant Institute and is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
"Very good review and clinical relation. Dr. Gajjar combined the theoretical and the practical very well."
Dr. Robert Salyk Astoria, NY
"Great review with clinical pearls to increase patient comfort and expedite treatment."
Dr. Tony Corello Westfield, NJ
"I learned so much! Since I am a new dentist it's nice to review this material after dental school after spending time in residency."
Dr. Carly Smith, Brooklyn, NY
"Great course. It's been 20 years since I had anatomy and this is a great refresher."
Dr. Michael Dawson, Spring Mills, PA
"This was one of the best courses I've taken. Great review plus great application for everyday clinical dentistry. Excellent speaker."
Dr. Joseph Dalbon, West Caldwell, NJ
"Great review of head & neck anatomy to remind us of why we do procedures in a certain way in our day to day practice of dentistry."
Dr. Tracey Joseph, Brooklyn, NY
“Dr. Gajjar provided a short and concise review of anatomy that is highly relevant to our clinical dentistry. Dr. Gajjar stressed some key considerations with treatment."