Atrophic jaw bone classification – Treatment planning and surgical indications
The totally edentulous maxilla: different atrophies and corresponding surgical
techniques – Videos on bone graft and Guided Bone Regeneration.
The totally edentulous mandible: different atrophies and corresponding surgical
techniques – Short implants – Bone grafts – GBR
Horizontal and Vertical Ridge Augmentation: scientific background – surgical
techniques – resorbable and non-resorbable membranes – bone graft harvesting
from intra-oral sites – video
Aestethic Implant Dentistry – basic science
Anatomical determinants of aesthetic implant restoration – Diagnosis and
Surgical tecniques for hard and soft tissue augmentation
Soft Tissue management
Long term results after 30 years of experience14h:30m - 15h:45m
Understand the importance of soft tissue grafting around teeth & implants
Observe the evolution in STG techniques. Choose the right technique depending on the
clinical situation: the importance of the diagnosis
How to harvest a CTG and FGG
Biomaterials as an alternative to CTGs
Selection of the area to harvest a CTG depending of our clinical goal
Evidence based results: which is the most predictable technique for single and multiple recessions?
What is the ideal size and position for a CTG?
How to suture a CTG ? Understand the microsurgical approach
Why MIP: Minimally Invasive Procedures can improve the predictability of our results
Keypoints to get a predictable result with STGs around implants
Goals for the CTG around implants
How to manage implant complications with STG techniques and a MIP
Other Indications for STG techniques in Prosthodontics & Implant Dentistry
What is the necessary torque of a single implant placed immediately in the maxilla in
order to load it ?
Why a flapless surgery is a better approach?
Is it predictable to place immediate implants in Type 2 Sockets ?
Why is it so important to graft the buccal area of the anterior implants
with connective tissue?
When can I avoid to use a connective tissue graft ?
Can I perform GBR procedures at the same time I do Immediate implant placement and loading?:
What is the advantage of digital dentistry when applied to IIPlacement and IILoading?
16h:00m - 18h:00m
> dental vs periodontal reasons for tooth extraction10h:00m - 11h:00m
The recession of the buccal soft tissue margin is a frequent complication of well integrated dental implants. The appearance of metallic structure or even their transparency through the thin buccal soft tissues are common reasons for patient aesthetic complains. Moreover, bad implant installation frequently results in excessive apical dislocation of the buccal soft tissue margin of the implant supported crown. Soft tissue plastic surgical procedures and bilaminar techniques in particular, can be successfully used in combination with a pre and postsurgical prostethic approaches to increase the volume of the interdental soft tissue, to treat buccal gingival recessions and soft tissue dehiscence around dental implants and to provide the new implant supported crown with an esthetic transmucosal emergency profile. A new mucogingival approach applied to delayed or immediate post-extraction implant placement and loading will be presented.
During the course these topics will be covered:
• Boundle and alveolar bone
• The role of keratinized tissue versus soft tissue thickness
• Mucogingival surgery for soft tissue dehiscence coverage around implants
• Mucogingival approach during implant placement: dental vs periodontal reasons for tooth extraction
• Mucogingival approach and delayed implant placement
• Mucogingival approach in combination with immediate post extraction implant placement and immediate loading.
• Soft tissue augmentation and simultaneous guided implant placement in the aesthetic zone
• The soft tissue approach for implant installation after tooth extaction for periodontal reason.
• Soft tissue augmentation procedures in edentulous areas before implant rehabilitation