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march, 2020

202024marAll DaySoft-tissue Regeneration in Focus - BrisbaneExtraction Socket and Soft-Tissue Management(All Day: tuesday) AEST(GMT+11:00) View in my timeHilton Hotel Brisbane Event Organized By: Geistlich Pharma Australia Pty Ltd Discipline:Implants,Oral SurgeryFormat:Hands-on

Event Details

Two-Part Hands-On Workshop: How to Achieve Optimal Aesthetic Results:

Part 1: Tooth extraction inevitably leads to a rapid loss of bone and soft-tissue volume and resorption of the bone crest. These changes result in unfavourable ridge anatomy that jeopardises dental implant and restorative treatment. If the scientific knowledge of how extraction sockets heal is properly applied, there is an increased possibility of achieving optimal aesthetic & functional results. Scientific and clinical evidence relating to the concept of extraction site management will be presented during the didactic session. The hands-on exercises will allow attendees an opportunity to learn and practice techniques that will:
• Increase the probability of achieving an atraumatic extraction
• Result in the optimal utilisation of biomaterials to minimise extraction site remodelling
• Relate to pertinent surgical skills & considerations i.e. suturing, flap design & instrumentation

Part 2: Soft-tissue grafting procedures are considered an integral part of implant dentistry, with various techniques and materials applied at different time-points. Although autogenous transplants are still widely used and are still considered the gold-standard, they are associated with major disadvantages, and most prominently the associated morbidity. Therefore, more recently, collagen-based soft-tissue substitutes have been developed and demonstrate favourable clinical success and less morbidity. The lecture will include a review of the relevant data relating to soft-tissue regeneration in a clinical setting, whilst the hands-on component will include:
• Use of soft-tissue substitutes for recession coverage & suturing technique to coronally advance the flap
• Suturing technique to fix the connective tissue graft or collagen matrices
• Techniques to accommodate the gain of keratinised tissue

This hands-on course is designed for practitioners with an interest in expanding their treatment options for extraction socket management and soft-tissue regeneration.

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Speakers for this event

  • Dr Mauricio Araújo

    Dr Mauricio Araújo

    DDS, MSc, PhD

    Dr. Araújo is a Periodontist working both in private practice and at The State University of Maringa, Parana, Brazil. He completed his PhD at The University of Gothenburg, Sweden in 1998.

    DDS, MSc, PhD

Organizer

Geistlich Pharma Australia Pty LtdGeistlich Pharma Australia Pty Ltd., based in Sydney, is the Australian affiliate of Geistlich Pharma, Switzerland. The affiliate was founded in 2014 and is one of the youngest members of the Swiss parent company. The geographical scope of Geistlich Pharma Australia Pty Ltd. also includes New Zealand. The activities in Australia and New Zealand embrace the supply of products to the general dental and specialist dental implant sector. Our dental biomaterial products Geistlich Bio-Oss®, Geistlich Bio-Gide® and Geistlich Mucograft® are used by leading surgical specialists including periodontists and oral and maxillo facial surgeons in a variety of periodontal, dental implant and cranio facial indications. All Geistlich products available in Australia are registered with the TGA and Bio-Oss® has been included in the Blood Donor Selection Guidelines allowing patients to donate blood to the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. With more than 1000 scientific publications, amassed over a 25 year period, supported by a dedicated and dentally qualified field team, Geistlich can rightfully claim to be Leading Regeneration.[email protected] Geistlich Pharma Australia Pty Ltd. The Zenith – Tower A, Level 21, Suite 21.01 821 Pacific Highway Chatswood NSW 2067 - Australia

Time

All Day (Tuesday) AEST(GMT+10:00) View in my time

CPD Hours

6

Price

$1,295.00 including morning tea lunch and afternoon tea

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