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The Realities of Bone Grafting, Implant Placement & Soft Tissue Management

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

• Guided tissue regeneration with membranes
• Flap designs to maintain primary closure in all situations
• Ideal socket regeneration
• Implant placement in atrophic ridges
• Immediate implant insertion in all areas of the mouth and all types of defect morphologies
• Indications for Piezotome
• Palatal harvesting techniques
• Emdogain rationale and use
• Allograft selection and use
• Root treatment to maximize long term success
• Root coverage techniques
• Soft tissue grafting with GBR therapy
• Soft tissue grafting at implant placement
• Decision trees for material and technique selection
• Piezotome utilization
• Bone grafting techniques
• Implant placement in the following indications:
- At the time of sinus augmentation
-In conjunction with osteotome techniques
- In atrophic ridges
- In compromised extraction sockets
• Reinforced and resorbable membrane utilization with fixation
• Soft tissue graft harvesting techniques:
- Flapless, double blade and trapdoor
- Buccal & palatal pedicle grafts
- Allograft placement
• Soft tissue graft placement in conjunction with GBR using resorbable and titanium reinforced membranes
• Soft tissue grafting at implant placement
• Flap designs to ensure maintenance of primary closure in all situations
• Pedicle grafts

DESCRIPTION

Over this unique three-day course, you will experience 6 live surgeries and engage with world-class clinicians during interactive presentations. On the third day, you will spend time in our educational laboratory working on fresh human cadavers, having the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills discussed during the course.

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October 28-30, 2021 in
Milton, Massachusetts

SPEAKERS:
October 28-30, 2021Milton, Massachusetts

Fugazzotto Institute
25 High Street
Milton, MA 02186

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DAY 1 & 2
Three Live Surgeries Each Day

Lecture Topics Include:

Guided bone regeneration (GBR) with membranes
Flap designs to maintain primary closure in all situations
Ideal socket regeneration
Implant placement in atrophic ridges
Immediate implant placement in all areas of the mouth and all types of defect morphologies
Indications for Piezoelectric handpiece
Palatal harvesting of connective tissue grafts
Rationale and use of biologics
Allograft selection and use
Root treatment to maximize long term success
Root coverage techniques with autogenous grafts and allograft
Soft tissue grafting with GBR therapy
Soft tissue grafting at implant placement
Decision trees for material and technique selection

DAY 3
Cadaver Lab:

Bone Grafting Techniques:
Titanium reinforced and resorbable membranes
Tacking for membrane fixation
Effective release for primary closure
Implant Placement in the Following Situations:
In compromised extractions sockets
In atrophic ridges
At the time of sinus augmentation
In conjunction with osteotome technique
Soft Tissue Graft Harvesting
Flapless, double blade, and trapdoor
Buccal & palatal pedicle grafts
Allograft placement
Soft Tissue Grafting During Implant Placement
Flap Designs to Ensure Primary Closure

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October 28-30, 2021
in Milton, Massachusetts
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AUDIENCE

Surgeons, OMS, Specialists

SAC

Advanced

TYPE

Lecture/Participation

TUITION

Tuition:

Live 3 Day Course: $3,995 (21 CE Credits)

2 Day Live Webinar: $2,500

1 Day Human Cadaver Exercises: $1,495 (Must have completed days 1 & 2 live or webinar)

On-Demand 2 Day Course: $1,695 (Coming Soon)

CE CREDIT

21 hours