03 juni 2019 Köpenhamn

Heldagskurs

Yxoss CBR® - Skräddarsydd benregeneration

- ett digitalt framställt titannät, individuellt anpassat.

Kom igång med Yxoss CBR® - ett digitalt framställt titannät som du själv designar, individuellt anpassat för varje patient.

Tandimplantat kräver en tillräcklig benkvantitet, och i de fall där kraftig benresorption har uppstått är både horisontal och vertikal benuppbyggnad nödvändig.

Unident erbjuder nu kurstillfällen med hands-on – där du lär dig arbeta med Yxoss CBR® i kombination med Geistlich benersättningsmaterial. Kurserna genomförs under ledning av Dr. Paolo Casentini.

Program:
Kl. 9.00 – 12.00 – Föreläsning
Kl. 12.00 – 13.00 – Lunch
Kl. 13.00 – 16.00 – Hands-on

Plats:

Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
Oerestads Boulevard 114-118, Copenhagen S

Datum:

Måndag 3:e juni, 2019

Tid:

kl. 9.00 - 16.00

Kurskostnad:

1 950 kr exkl. moms/pers.
 Lunch serveras ca. kl. 12.00

Max antal:

24 deltagare

Föreläsare

Dr Paolo Casentini

Dr Paolo Casentini

Graduated in Dentistry at the University of Milan Italy. Fellow of the ITI (Intenational Team for Implantology). Coordinator of an ITI Study Club in Milan. Chairman of the Italian section of ITI. Active member of the the Italian Academy of Osseointegration (IAO). Member of the Italian Society of Periodontology, member of the Italian Academy of Prosthetic dentistry.

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Yxoss kursinbjudan

Karta:

Yxoss CBR® - Skräddarsydd benregeneration

Prosthetically Guided Regeneration: A new way to plan and manage complex cases

Abstract:
Despite Prosthetically Driven Implantology represents today a well consolidated concept, this is not always applied, with potential negative results of the implant supported reconstruction. The Prosthetically Driven concept can be even more difficult to apply, in presence of bone defects that can influence negatively the 3-D implant position. The concept of Prosthtetically Guided Regeneration (PGR) has been codified to create a rational diagnostic and treatment protocol to complex implant cases presenting bone and soft tissue defects. A special wax-up including the atrophic ridge and teeth will allow to recognize and to define precisely the presence of defects and will guide the following steps of treatment.


The PGR protocol will also allow to classify different degrees of atrophies, and to select the more appropriate reconstructive technique. A more accurate planning, and a better communication with the patient and between the different components of the team can represent other benefits of this approach.

In the first part of the course a sequence of clinical cases and HD videos, will illustrate this new treatment philosophy.

In the hands-on section, new biomaterials and devices that can help the clinician to apply surgically these concepts will be shared.

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