Amman

14 Oct 2024

14 Oct 2024 | Amman

biomaterials & REGENERATION DAYS Amman

PROGRAM

09:00 am – 10:30 am Success in augmentative procedures – combination of recent techniques and materials
10:30 am – 11:00 am Coffee break
11:00 am – 12:30 pm Innovation in bone regeneration procedures
12:30 pm – 01:30 pm Lunch break
01:30 pm – 03:00 pm Hands-on: Horizontal bone defect augmentation using natural bovine bone substitute with hyaluronate and pericardium collagen membrane
03:00 pm – 03:30 pm Coffee break
03:30 pm – 05:30 pm Hands-on: Soft tissue management after GBR procedure (acellular collagen matrix and free gingival graft technique)

LECTURE
Success in augmentative procedures – combination of recent techniques and materials
Biomaterials are natural or synthetic substances and help to repair, augment, or replace any tissue or organ of the body. Various biomaterials can be used to augment bone for future implant placement. Bone grafts are the type of biomaterials that are used to substitute bone defects and recover atrophic bone regions. Each graft procedure has advantages and disadvantages in each clinical application and needs to choose the graft material with a high success rate and less morbidity. Today, there are various advancements in biomaterials and methods for bone augmentation. The use of different scaffold material types, stem cells, and growth factors shows promise in regenerative treatment interventions for alveolar bone defects. No single biomaterial or clinical technique is ideal, and the clinicians need to decide the suitable approach which can provide suitable results with less complication. Each graft procedure has advantages and disadvantages and should use the material with a high success rate and less morbidity. It is important to have a clear and detailed understanding of the fundamentals in regenerative science for successful outcomes in bone grafting.

HANDS-ON
Horizontal bone defect augmentation using natural bovine bone substitute with hyaluronate and pericardium collagen membrane
Horizontal bone loss occurs at a faster rate and to a greater extent compared to vertical bone loss. This led to the development of several horizontal bone augmentation techniques, such as guided bone regeneration, ridge expansion, distraction osteogenesis, and block grafting. The literature has shown that horizontal bone augmentation is fairly predictable if certain criteria are fulfilled. In the presented hands-on, horizontal bone augmentation will be performed using an innovative xenogeneic material with hyaluronic acid in combination with autologous bone and resorbable collagen membrane using fixation kit.

Soft tissue management after GBR procedure (acellular collagen matrix and free gingival graft technique)
After vertical and horizontal GBR procedures in most of clinical cases there is a lack of soft tissue, vestibule loss and keratinized gingiva loss. Many studies suggested that minimally 2 mm of keratinized gingiva is required for long-term stability around implants. Problem of the free gingival graft (FGG) is a shrinkage, color and morbidity for the patient. Collagen matrices have shown great advantage in long-term stability and better aesthetics. Technique of combination of FGG as an autogenous tissue and collagen matrix give us the best combination and it is very predictable for reduction of shrinkage, matching colors and minimal patient morbidity for reestablishment of vestibule loss and keratinized gingiva.

TIME

9:00 – 17:30

VENUE

Bristol Amman Hotel | Amman 11118, Jordan 


Khoury dental
Nidal Abdallah
Tel: +962795557820

nidal@khoury-dental.com

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