School of Dentistry

Continuing Dental Education

Providing timely and practical continuing education for dental professionals

Head and Neck Anatomy: The Skeletal Structures

Head and Neck Anatomy: The Skeletal Structures 

This self-instructional package focuses on the skeletal structures of the head and neck and was designed as a review for all members of the dental team.

Upon completion of this course you will know how to:

  • locate cranial and facial bones and some aspects of these bones relevant to dental procedures, such as sinuses, sutures, foramina, protuberances and processes.
  • identify components of the temporomandibular joint.
  • identify major bones and some of their aspects on radiographs on a normal patient.

Original release date: 1982. Due to the educational nature of the material, course content remains current.

Registration information

Mail in your registration form along with your check or credit card information.

Call us at 612-625-1418 or 800-685-1418 and use your credit card to register.

Fax your registration form and credit card information to 612-624-8159.

Register online via our secure website.

Tuition and Fees



5 hours

Minnesota credits: 5 fundamental

Materials provided
  • 1 pre-test
  • 1 x-ray photo packet of skeletal structures
  • 1 workbook/manual
  • 1 post-test

Materials That Are Yours to Keep for Future Reference:

  • 1 workbook/manual
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  • Last modified on November 15, 2014