10 May – 11 May 2024

10 May – 11 May 2024 | Matulji

Reconstructive surgery around teeth and implants: Established concepts and new perspectives for clinicians


This Masterclass is a full immersion with theoretical parts and two different hands-on workshops in the afternoon to clarify the modern approaches for periodontal and peri-implant tissue reconstruction.
First day will be dedicated to the regeneration of periodontal tissues, exploring the evolution of surgical techniques for soft and hard tissue reconstruction around teeth. The participants will perform the techniques on simulators and will interact.
The second day will be the transition to peri-implant tissues, understanding the biological perspectives from the day of tooth extraction to long-term maintenance of the reconstruction. The second workshop will be based on hard tissue reconstruction techniques and biomaterial management.
Two different workshops, detailed case presentations with new surgical perspectives and microscope-enhanced videos will be presented.

Reconstructive surgery around teeth and implants: Established concepts and new perspectives for clinicians

In the era of patient-driven dentistry, reconstructive periodontal and peri-implant surgeries must be performed meticulously to strive surgical excellence and to provide clinical success in the long-term period. Recent scientific developments in the field of bone and soft tissue regeneration have enabled clinicians to perform minimally invasive approaches. Tooth retention procedures involving reconstructive periodontal surgeries have been well documented over the last 20 years. Innovative techniques and sophisticated surgical flap designs have improved the clinical outcomes and decreased patient morbidity. Unfortunately, there are certain clinical conditions that require tooth extraction and the best alternative for tooth replacement is dental implant placement. When natural dentition is combined with dental implants, treatment modalities become more complex due to anatomical differences. Blood supply, handling of the soft tissues, flap thickness, design and tension are key elements to achieving a successful surgical outcome. These factors should be critically evaluated and controlled by clinician. In this course, participants will receive the core of modern periodontal treatment concepts for periodontal and peri-implant tissue reconstruction.


Up to 16 participants


1.000 €
Included: Tax, Certificate, Coffee break, Lunch/Dinner


Tel: +385 51 701 704

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