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Jonathon Schofield
Aesthetic implants in the young patient

Young patients often present requesting implants as a result of trauma and hypodontia.

The management of young patients after trauma, from initial palliative care through grafting, implant placement, temporization and final restoration brings together a host of diagnostic, hard tissue surgical, soft tissue surgical and aesthetic skills.

Missing upper lateral incisors can represent the most challenging cases. A close liaison with the orthodontist, thin tissue biotypes and the timing of implant placements are some of the issues to be faced when placing implants in patients with hypodontia.

A series of case studies will highlight some of these issues.

Jonathon Schofield
Jonathon Schofield qualified from Bristol University in 1986. He runs an implant referral practice in the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. His interests in implantology are implants in the aesthetic zone and how to make and keep them looking beautiful. For this reason he receives many referrals of young people who have lost front teeth. He is a part time lecturer at Bristol University, and an ITI fellow. Jonathon runs teaching courses in implantology throughout the year. His practice has lecture facilities and AV links to the dedicated operating theatre.

Qualifications BDS DPDS DGDP (RCS)


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