Once again, Doctors Tommy Murph and Gayle Fletcher are planning another hands-on course for up to 40 PACE credits – this time in poverty-stricken Guatemala. They’ll be extending humanitarian aid to impoverished citizens while providing instruction to dentists to refine techniques of exodontia. Three full days of hands-on instruction and 16 hours of lecture are planned from June 30th through July 4th. Their comprehensive instruction will cover everything from simple extractions to complex horizontal 3rd molars. Learn techniques for removing teeth with minimal trauma and how to handle complications if and when they arise. Techniques in delivering anesthesia, suturing, laying flaps, instrument selection and use will all be discussed and demonstrated. Additionally, those who complete the course will be armed with information on how to handle complications such as bleeding, sinus perforations, and swelling. CE packages are available for the full course (including hands-on work) or for the lecture only. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for full details including course fees.