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    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.

     

    Improve bone defect repair

    Join HANSAmed and Dr. Zeeshan Sheikh as we discuss Innovation and predictability, improve bone defect repair using Geistlich Bio-OssĀ® granules! The current long list of available natural and/or synthetic materials and surgical techniques makes the decision-making challenging with regards to what graft materials and surgical approach to use in oral surgery.


     

    Integrating Prosthetically Guided Oral Implant Rehabilitation and Tissue Regenerative Therapy

    Over the past decade, there has been an increase in oral implant treatments. With the advent of digital workflows and integration of guided surgical approaches, there has been a trend that shows when implants are planned, they are positioned where the bone is rather than where the restorative position dictates. These planned implants are usually in a more lingual or palatal position and when the restorations are completed, the patients may experience various complications such as food impaction and the inability to properly maintain their implant suprastructures. Additionally, the accumulation of bacteria and plaque leads to the potential of periimplant infection and prosthetic complications which may lead to the potential failure of the implant itself.

     

    Reducing Risks in Implant Therapies

    This webinar with Dr. Ronald Jung will provide a comprehensive overview of the important steps needed to reduce risks from planning to tooth extraction and implant placement with bone regeneration.


    The aim of the lecture is to provide a comprehensive overview of the important steps needed to reduce risks from planning to tooth extraction and implant placement with bone regeneration.
    Based on clinical complications and wrong decisions the lecture will present how to make the right decisions for handling of extraction sockets, alveolar ridge preservation and soft and hard tissue regeneration in esthetic implant therapy. The lecture will focus on how to improve implant dentistry in order to reduce the invasiveness of the therapy and will give you a lot of practical information for your daily practice.

     

    Ridge Preservation, Extration Socket Management

    This webinar with Dr. Michael Glogauer will focus on the current gold standard for preserving alveolar bone at the time of extraction in order to optimize long-term implants therapy success.


    This is Part 1 of a 2-part series with Dr. Glogauer. In order for implant therapy to be successful there is a need for adequate host bone in the proper position in three dimensions. However, the alveolar ridge is prone to resorption following extraction of teeth which results in inadequate bone volume and unfavorable alveolar ridge architecture which ultimately limits the successful placement of dental implants. Although immediate placement of dental implants is a successful form of therapy, it has been reported that implants do not adequately preserve the alveolar ridge. In this presentation we will focus on the current gold standard for preserving alveolar bone at the time of extraction in order to optimize long-term implants therapy success.