Osteology Master Clinician Courses

Thursday, 21 April 2016


To register to a Master Clinician Course it is compulsory to be registered to the Scientific Programme (Friday and Saturday).   

1 Osteology Master Clinician - theoretical

14.45-18.00
Mariano Sanz, Spain (Moderator)
Giovanni Zucchelli, Italy
Karin Jepsen, Germany

English
Fee included in registration

Flaps and grafts in gingival recession

Presentation content:

  • Recession defect diagnosis, selection of operative strategies and materials
  • Macro and microsurgical approaches, post-surgical protocols – multidisciplinary Interventions

Learning objectives:

  • Learn how site assessment and diagnostic considerations play a role in treatment planning
  • Identify when interdisciplinary treatment planning is needed
  • Limitations and advantages of autogenous grafts, soft tissue substitutes or biologicals, future evolutions
  • Improve competence to satisfy patients‘ expectations

Credit hours for this course: 3 (3 credit points for Germany)


2 Osteology Master Clinician - theoretical

14.45-18.00
Daniel Buser, Switzerland (Moderator)
Ronald E. Jung, Switzerland
Maurício Araújo, Brazil

English with simultaneous translation into Russian
Fee included in registration

Implant placement post extraction – how to proceed?

Ronald E. Jung, Switzerland (14.45–16.00)

Presentation content:

  • Treatment options after tooth extraction and procedures for flapless alveolar ridge preservation techniques
  • Use of bone graft material covered either by autogenous grafts or by collagen matrices

Learning objectives:

  • Understand treatment options after tooth extraction and understand the indications for different treatment modalities
  • Identify the limitations of materials and techniques for alveolar ridge preservation procedures

Maurício Araújo, Brazil (16.30–18.00)

Presentation content:

  • Showing the challenges for the clinician in post-extraction bone resorption
  • Describe the changes taking place in the alveolar process following tooth extraction and the impacts on implant placement
  • Showing socket grafting as technique to preserve the profile of the alveolar ridge

Learning objectives:

  • The effect of socket graft for ridge preservation
  • How the socket healing process relates to the timing of implant placement post extraction
  • Describe the changes that place in the alveolar process following tooth extraction

Credit hours for this course: 3 (3 credit points for Germany)


3 Osteology Master Clinician - theoretical

14.45-18.00
Massimo Simion, Italy (Moderator)
Ueli Grunder, Switzerland
Otto Zuhr, Germany

English with simultaneous translation into Russian
Fee included in registration

How to deal with hard and soft tissue defects in the aesthetic zone?

Ueli Grunder, Switzerland (14.45–16.00)

Presentation content:

  • The indications of ridge augmentation in the aesthetic zone and suitable surgical techniques to obtain predictable results
  • Tips and tricks to avoid complications

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the need for bone augmentation procedures in the different situations
  • Select the ideal technique in compromised sites in the aesthetic zone and avoid major complications

Otto Zuhr, Germany (16.30–18.00)

Presentation content:

  • Indications for soft tissue grafting and anatomical aspects of the donor site at the palate
  • Harvesting areas and harvesting techniques for soft tissue autografts
  • Healing process of autografts and clinical requirements for successful soft tissue augmentation procedures

Learning objectives:

  • Know the different areas and harvesting techniques for soft tissue autografts
  • Know the clinical requirements for successful soft tissue augmentation
  • Recognises the possibilities and limitations of soft tissue autografts

Credit hours for this course: 3 (3 credit points for Germany)