Davis, Benjamin

Phone: (902) 494-1147

Email: Benjamin.Davis@Dal.Ca

Dean of Dentistry, Dean's Office

Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Sciences, Division of Surgery

Academic Credentials:
BSC (St. FX), DDS (Western), FRCD(c), Dip OMFS and Anaesthesia (Toronto)



Research Interests:

- The study of the effect of ketamine on post-operative pain.
- Propofol as a sole agent for procedural sedation.
- TMJ arthroscopy for temporomandibular disorders.

Research Projects:

The effect of low dose ketamine on post-operative pain following outpatient third molar removal
Investigator Status:Co-Principal Investigator
Co-Investigators:J. Cheung (graduate student)
Evaluating the safety and efficacy of procedural outpatient sedation using propofol.
Investigator Status:Co-Principal Investigator
Co-Investigators:J. Brady (graduate student)
Outcome assessment of TMJ reconstruction using a stock cobalt-chromium alloy condylar head articulating against an ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fossa
Investigator Status:Principal Investigator
Does the use of capnography decrease the incidence of airway complications during procedural sedation for outpatient oral and maxillofacial surgery?
Investigator Status:Principal Investigator
Co-Investigators:L MacGregor
Outcome assessment of TMJ reconstruction using metal condyles articulating directly against the glenoid fossa.
Investigator Status:Principal Investigator