Aesthetic Dentistry Course
02 February, 2020
True Bone Regeneration: A Clinical and Scientific Review of New Synthetic Materials with a Hands-On Approach to Protocols for Use
Abstract: Recent developments in synthetic particulate graft materials have not only dramatic improved the host capacity to regenerate its own bone but due to their stability have allowed us to dispense with the use of a traditional membrane. After 18 years and 6,000 clinical grafts, the Speaker will discuss a new publishes protocol to optimize the benefits of these materials.
Both scientific research, which explains how this improved regeneration occurs, and clinical applications will be examined in depth. The hands-on component will look at preparing and using the material in a variety of clinical applications, alongside the clinical skills required.
Progress in Dentistry, especially Implant Dentistry, has been dramatic in the last few years. Whilst a significant component of this has been advancements in Digital Dentistry there has also been great progress in materials, the prime example of which is synthetic graft particulate materials.
In the medical field the Osteo-inductive nature of Calcium Phosphate materials is well-known and recorded (200 high impact journal publications) and this is now finally being optimised in Dental Implantology. The potential to up-regulate host healing has many benefits along the need to use reduced amounts of these materials. This allows for reduced surgical intervention and dramatically reduced patient morbidity, which are routinely seen
The materials are biocompatible and free of any human or animal donor material. This is not just appreciated by the patient, but also by the host physiology in healing with no giant cell foreign body response.
This has allowed for many new, more effective surgical protocols to be used in all spects of bone regeneration for the placement of dental implants. These protocols along with the materials and tools needed will be effectively shown in the hands-on element.
- Understand bone and host regeneration
- To be able to assess bone defects, classify them, and treatment plan accordingly
- Detailed look at synthetic materials, handling the latest materials and understanding their properties.
- Learn the protocols for host regeneration of new bone, clinically
- Evaluate new tools for Sinus Augmentation and how to optimise results with new particulate materials
Who should attend?
- General Practitioners
Demonstration and the Workshop – steps
A: Provided materials and equipment (for each participant):
- Graft materials, non-sterile for use and application
- Models with defects and sinus augmentation capacity
- Non-sterile Implants
- Drills and Physios for students to place the Implants and graft
- Densah and Dask to show the Sinus augmentation protocols
B: Procedure and demonstration steps:
- Look at and understand Materials, Particle size, porosity and shape. Look at the mixture of materials and show how to mix them for variable applications
- Look at the different defects on the models, learn the classification and be able to assess the number of walls remaining
- Look at Dental Implants, what they are made of, the different parts of the implant and surfaces
- Osteotomy drills, how to plan assess the bone quality as well as drilling protocols for implant placement
- Sinus augmentation is a vital part of implant dentistry, the attendees will look at different tools for this and then be shown how to use them safely and effectively
09:00 – 09:30 | Introduction and looking at the new breakthrough in Bone Regeneration
09:30 – 10:30 | Assess bone loss, classify Defects and using models understand these and how to evaluate
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 11:30 | Hands-on: Look at the materials, with a focus on synthetics, with hands-on focus on mixing protocols to optimise
11:30 – 12:00 | Hands-on: Introduction to the published protocol, using models to place implants and simultaneously graft to achieve routine defect repair cases
12:00 – 13:00 | Discussion of more complex cases and hands-on using techniques to improve results in difficult cases
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:30 | Sinus augmentation, including review of newer tools to help optimise outcomes such as Dask and Densah
14:30 – 15:30 | Hands-on: Use of Densah and Dask on models to show how these tools work
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 16:30 | Use of Densah in compromised ridges and how to improve Primary Stability
16:30 – 17:30 | Questions and discussion, ensuring learning and concepts have been understood.
Prof. Peter JM Fairbairn graduated 1981, is a visiting Professor at the University Detroit Mercy, USA, as well as past Director and Honorary Life Member of the ADI (UK). He is the past President of the London Dental Fellowship and Practices in London.
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Time: 09:00 to 18:30
Venue: Novotel Hotel, World Trade Centre – DIAMOND Room
Registration: AED 2,415
Teaching Method: Participation
Seats: 20 Seats (REGISTRATION CLOSED)
ADA CERP Recognition: 5
DHA Accreditation: 4.25
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Prof. Mohamed Abdul Mageid Katamish , DDS, MSc, PhD – Egypt
Mr.Ayham Chaban, Dental Technician- UAE
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