The 2020 DentalXP 8th Annual Global Symposium
February 28 @ 8:00 am – March 1 @ 5:00 pm
|A 1/2-Day Hands-On Course|
February 28, 2020 – Atlanta, GA
Amos Yahav, DMD
Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center
2450 Galleria Parkway SE
Atlanta, GA 30339
Only $195.00 for PREMIUM MEMBERS!
4 Credit Hours (AGD PACE Approve Provider)
8:00am – 12:00pm
While the essential requirement is to provides our patients with the ultimate functional and aesthetic oral rehabilitation outcome, augmentation and grafting procedures become an indispensable part of modern dentistry and implantology. Grafting procedures include simple socket grafting cases to preserve the height and width of the bone for future implant placement, or more complex and challenging procedures such as bone reconstruction in a large 3D bony defect, lateral augmentation, vertical augmentation, sinus lifts, periodontal defects, etc.
The purpose of this course is to shed light on Biphasic Calcium Sulfate (BCS) Bone Graft Cement. A disruptive, innovative paradigm shift concept that can provide you, the clinician, the ability to confront even the most challenging augmentation cases very easily with minimally invasive surgical protocols. Accelerate and simplify your treatment flow and patient healing, regenerate patient’s own bone, enhance healing, minimize patient’s discomfort and bring the percent of complications to almost zero.
The course will focus on how we can predict the outcome during the surgery, application of the BCS and suturing technique, how to minimally manipulate the surgical flap, keep it under tension but minimally invasive (not tension free as we used to) as to eliminate the muscle influence — removing the muscle pull ‘out of the equation’ results in almost no complication, less discomfort to the patient, and higher surgical predictability.
– How to minimally manipulate the surgical flap
– How to eliminate the Muscles influence on the stability of the graft
– Bone cement application, techniques & protocols
– Suturing & flap closure technique
– How to predict outcome during the surgery