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    Clinical Benefits of Electric Rotary Surgical Equipment in Implant and Oral Surgery Procedures

    You have taken the courses, you have the knowledge and the equipment to place Implants and perform various Oral Surgery procedures. Are you using your electric Surgical “Implant” motor to its full extent? Join us to review the W&H Implantmed Plus Surgical motor system and the various surgical handpieces that can help you in your practice – every day. Experience greater cutting power and reduced aerosol with the use of sterile irrigation along with handpieces that can be taken apart for optimal cleaning, longevity and reduced repair bills.


    Clinical Concepts and Emerging Technologies in Periodontal Hard and Soft Tissue Regeneration

    Reconstructive procedures in periodontology aim at regenerating the lost periodontal supporting tissues which have been lost following periodontal disease. The presentation will answer the question on the clinical benefit of reconstructive procedures in intrabony and furcations defects for improving tooth prognosis and provide the clinician with an evidence based clinical concept for using these procedures in various clinical scenarios. Moreover, new data from preclinical studies and clinical case series have shown that the use of certain volume stable collagen matrices may have a positive effect on stabilizing the periodontal wound and the flap thus enhancing wound healing/regeneration and may be of potential clinical relevance.


    Extract, Graft, Seal. A Socket preservation technique that is simple, predictable and efficient

    Following tooth extraction, the alveolar ridge undergoes physiological remodeling that results in vertical and horizontal volumetric osseous reduction, an increase in soft tissue thickness, and a narrowed band of keratinized mucosa.Previously published systematic reviews have demonstrated that a substantial loss of alveolar ridge volume following tooth extraction may compromise a future implant-supported fixed dental prosthesis. Therefore, maintaining the post extraction dimensions will minimize the necessity for alveolar ridge augmentation prior to implant placement.


    Filling the Gap or doing Minor Bone Augmentations

    This is Part 2 of a 2-part series with Immediate dental implants are an accepted contemporary treatment option for the replacement of missing teeth. One pitfall of immediate implant use, however, is the inevitable residual space that remains between the implant and the socket wall which can result in bone loss and formation of a bony defect. We will review the current evidence on how to manage this bone void at the time of implant placement to optimize long-term clinical outcomes.


    Full mouth immediate load and challenging hard & soft tissue augmentation

    Full mouth immediate load will be discussed from a unique prospective. The patients perspective . Testimonials from 2 weeks after to 8 years after treatment will be shown. We will look at the long term failures and what we have learned over the last 10 years, is it acceptable to treat everyone with one paint brush? We will demonstrate both surgical and prosthetic techniques using the latest treatment options available in immediate load. We will also look at some common errors and causes of failure both in the short term and long term. Surgical augmentation both hard tissue and soft tissue will be shown, that are used to correct these failures. Finally we will conclude that there is another option, a hybrid option that has better long term success both from the patients perspective and clinical perspective.


    How to Enhance Wound Healing in Implant & Oral Surgery: the use of Aminogam

    This webinar featuring Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli will discuss how wound healing following periodontal and implant surgery is a key moment in order to achieve optimal aesthetic and functional outcomes.

    The wound healing following periodontal and implant surgery is a key moment in order to achieve optimal aesthetic and functional outcomes. In the recent years, procedures and techniques have been developed to enhance soft tissue healing. The use of hyaluronic acid plus amino acids is able to help clinicians in pursuing these needs in the daily practice, giving predictability also in the most challenging situations.