Practical Approaches for Soft and Hard Tissue Augmentation at Implant Sites

Chaudfontaine, Belgium : 20/ott/2017
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    Course Overview
    Tooth extraction often leads to problematic losses of bone volume, especially in the esthetic area and in the posterior maxilla, where the sinuses can significantly expand. The course will detail the most up-to-date methods for bone and for soft tissue augmentation, and detail the biological rationales that support the chosen techniques. A special focus will be made on the biomaterials available on the market, their qualities, defaults and indications. The treated topics will include sinus lifts, crestal guided bone regeneration, 3D bone grafts, and extraction socket management in the esthetic area (with immediate or delayed implant placement).

    A large number of 3D videos will illustrate the course, as well hands-on on pig jaws.

    After this course, you will...
    → know how to manage extraction sockets.
    → be updated on techniques for bone and soft tissue augmentation and their rational of use.
    → know how to increase success rates with sinus lifting.
    → have exercised crestal bone and soft tissue augmentation.
    → have experienced bone graft cases in 3D!
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    • Prof. Rompen is the head of the department of Periodontology, Dental Surgery and Dental Medicine and a Professor of Periodontology Dental Surgery at the University of Liège, Belgium. He also acts as the head of the postgraduate program in Periodontology & in Implantology and is the former President ...
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    • France Lambert graduated in dentistry in 2002 and after she completed a post-graduate program in Periodontology at the University of Liège. In 2005, she received a 1-year scholarship to expand her education in implantology at Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Currently, she is Professor in Dental ...
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    • Since 2002, Dr. Lecloux has been the Head of Clinic, Department of Periodontology and Dental Surgery, chaired by Prof. Eric Rompen at University of Liège, Belgium. He was scientific president of the Belgian society of dental medicine from 2003 to 2007. Dr. Lecloux is involved in education for maste ...
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