Oral surgery is an art in constant evolution, thanks to new techniques that bring more precision in the gesture and patient safety. Therefore the knowledge of the oral cavity anatomy is essential for the dental surgeon who must know the different elements near the surgical sites.
Indeed, depending on the region concerned during surgery, the risk of vascular structure damage can lead to an excessive and uncontrollable Hemorrhage. Moreover, a nervous damage is a possible cause of a paraesthesia or a definitive anesthesia of the concerned territory.
This conference aims to present recent data that was collected from our studies based on cone beam computed tomography at the Dental Medicine faculty of Monastir in order to analyse maxillary and mandibular anatomical traps and to suggest tips to avoid them.