Orlando | 5/19/2017 – 5/20/2017 | $3,750 Per course
Membrane Grafting Division B Bone
Surgical Session 3 is primarily concerned with two implant issues: maxillary anterior single tooth implants and barrier membrane particulate bone grafts. The volume of bone and related procedures covered in this session is Division B bone augmentation, developed by Misch. Atraumatic extractions and socket grafting is presented. Indications for extraction and immediate implant insertion, esthetic complication of implant position and angulation are also covered in detail.
- Bone Growth Factors (PRP)
- Particulate Bone Harvesting Techniques
- Membrane Placement, Bone Grafting
- Anterior Single Tooth Placement 1
- Esthetics and Anterior Implant 2 Placement
- Radiographic Treatment Planning for Division C Bone in the Mandible
- Implant Placement after Extraction
- Basic Keys for Bone Grafting 3
- Narrow Diameter Root Forms
- Soft Tissue Management
- Laboratories – workshops
- Medical Evaluation
- Understand the three surgical options for sufficient bone volume (Division B).
- Describe the unique implant design requirements for narrow root form implant designs.
- Perform and understand the osteoplasty surgical approach prior to root form implant insertion.
- Appreciate and list the keys to Bone Grafting in order to obtain predictable results.
- Recognize and be able to obtain growth factors in conjunction with particulate bone grafting prior to implant placement.
- Describe and perform soft tissue procedures: such as incision line reflection, soft tissue coverages and suturing techniques for bone grafting.
- Perform procedures to obtain autologous bone for particulate bone grafts.
- Appreciate osteoconductive materials and understand the rate of resorption dependent upon physical factors of the product.
- Perform the “layered approach” to particulate bone grafting for bone width enhancement (developed by Misch.)
- Recognize and perform bone site development prior to graft and membrane placement involved in particulate bone grafting.
- Describe the ideal host site conditions for maxillary anterior root form implants.
- Evaluate and perform the soft tissue incision line options for maxillary anterior root form surgery.
- Describe the three angulation options for root form implant placement in the esthetic zone.
- Evaluate and select the ideal implant diameter for single tooth replacement in the esthetic zone.
- Determine and achieve the proper implant depth during surgical placement of implants.
- Perform different methods to enhance the soft tissue profile around implants in the esthetics zone.
- Perform surgical procedures related to membrane particulate bone grafts on laboratory models.
- Appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of the implant surgical placement procedure in conjunction with natural tooth extraction.
- Describe and understand the pharmacologic protocol for implant surgery.