Importance of Hands-On Training In Oral Oncology





About The Course

Oral Cancer is one of the top three types of malignancies reported in the Indian subcontinent. Dental professionals find themselves in a profession where science and art intersect, sometimes indistinguishable from each other. While dentists do require a lot of theoretical information, it cannot be denied that the profession values manual dexterity.

Such a skill is necessary for dentists to perform procedures effectively and safely, all the while ensuring the integrity of their profession. 
More practice means more chances for you to learn from your mistakes and improve. While learning theory in a classroom setting may have already taught you what you need to do, actual appliances teach you a whole lot more.

For example, the hands-on handling of a patient, even if only a cadaver, teaches you how to stay composed and calm throughout the procedure, all the while still being able to assure your patient that you know what you’re doing.

Course Lessons