Implants in the Aesthetic Zone

Decision-making in uncharted waters!

Anterior maxilla is one of the most challenging sites for implant placement, as the local anatomy is most frequently compromised. At the same time, the high expectations of natural aesthetics introduce significant challenges for the operator, who is required to “begin with the end in mind”,¬† carefully select the appropriate treatment pathway and design the best intervention for the individual patient.

Program

 

Day 1 (Seminars)
Introduction, Treatment Planning and Surgical Techniques

– Introduction: About this course
– Minimally invasive implant surgery: philosophy, biology and technology
– Anterior maxilla: anatomic, aesthetic and functional limitations – Moving from the generic to the individual
– Computer aided implant surgery and restoration
– Peri-implant Soft tissues: what do we have, what do we need and how to get it!
– Managing the compromised bone: diagnosis and treatment planning
– Immediate implants
– Ridge preservation
– Guided bone regeneration with simultaneous implant placement
– Technology: implant surface, design and diameter

Day 2 (Seminars + Hands-on)
Advanced Surgical Techniques and Decision Making

– Introduction
– Managing the compromised soft tissues: manipulation and augmentation
– Two-stage augmentation approaches
– Summing up the big picture – site assessment and decision making

Hands-on exercises (on plastic models):
– Immediate implant placement
– Connective tissue graft harvesting and manipulation
– Implant placement with GBR

Speaker

  • Dr. Nikos Mattheos
Dr. Nikolas Matthaios

Quick Info

  • 4 - 5 May, 2019 (Sat - Sun)
  • 9am to 5pm
  • Centre of Dental Education, 17/F CEO Tower, 77 Wing Hong Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
  • English
  • Participants: 20
  • Status: Course Full - waitlist available
  • Deadline for Registration : 12 April 2019 (Fri)
  • Complexity: Advanced / Complex
  • Join Waitlist¬†here!

Course Fee:

HKD 12,000 Registration before 28 Feb, 2019
HKD 13,500 Registration after 28 Feb, 2019

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