The Allograft Ring Technique for Simultaneous Bone Augmentation and Implant Placement: Simplify Difficult Cases and Differentiate Your Practice

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The Allograft Ring Technique accomplishes simple and predictable bone augmentation and simultaneous implant placement in difficult cases.

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This comprehensive, two-day course delivers an effective team approach - surgical specialist, restorative dentist and laboratory partner – to full arch immediate load treatments. A live surgery and immediate fixed conversion will also be featured.

Dr. Paul Fugazzotto received his D.D.S. from New York University in 1979 and a certificate in advanced graduate studies in periodontology from Boston University in 1981. Since that time Dr. Fugazzotto has maintained a private practice in periodontics and implant therapy in Milton, Massachusetts. Dr. Fugazzotto has authored or co-authored over 90 articles in refereed scientific journals, as well as authoring a monograph entitled "Guided Tissue Regeneration: Maximizing Clinical Results" and three textbooks including "Decision Making in Regenerative and Implant Therapies" and "Periodontal Restorative Interrelationships: Maximizing Treatment Outcomes". Dr. Fugazzotto is an active member of many organizations and is a Fellow of the International Team of Implantology. Dr. Fugazzotto is a Senior Editor of "Implant Realities" and the past US ITI Study Club Coordinator. Dr. Fugazzotto is a visiting lecturer at Harvard University and Tufts University Schools of Dentistry. Dr. Fugazzotto lectures nationally and internationally on a multitude of topics.


Dr. Paul A. Fugazzotto

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September 28 – 29, 2018
Milton, MA

The Fugazzotto Institute for Comprehensive Implant Therapy & Esthetics
25 High Street
Milton, MA 02186

Book your group rate for Dr. Fugazzotto Room Block (The ICIT)

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

8:00 PM – 5:00 PM

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Lunch and breaks provided

OMS and Periodontists with experience doing complex implant and bone grafting procedures



CE credit:
14.0 Hours