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Wakefield Study Club - 24 November 2015

Things Happen: Solutions for when Results are not what we Expected.

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Presented by: Peter JM Fairbairn
Sponsor: Osstem UK, Megagen Implants (UK) Ltd
Date: 24 November 2015
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Cedar Court Hotel Wakefield, (J39 M1), Denby Dale Road, Calder Grove, Wakefield, Yorkshire, WF4 3QZ

Sadly, things happen that we do not expect in Implant Dentistry. This talk will be about how to avoid and how to remedy these difficult issues. Peter will cover the loss of Implants pre-loading, how to assess cases to avoid this issue and how to deal with the fall out when it occurs.

Later bone loss (Peri-Implantitis) and even Implant loss post-loading is an even more difficult issue to avoid and to deal with. Can we treat or is removal the best option? With the arrival of the Neo–Biotech removal system, implant removal has been made more patient friendly, which will be shown along with removal of fractured Implants and re-grafting.

Restorative problems from porcelain to screw fracture will also be discussed as will soft tissue correction utilising soft tissue screws for improved outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding of how to assess cases to avoid the loss of implants pre-loading and how to deal with the fall out when it occurs.
  • Awareness of the Neo-Biotech removal system.
  • Knowledge of restorative problems from porcelain to screw fracture and soft tissue correction utilising soft tissue screws for improved outcomes.

Biography

Peter, Visiting Professor at the Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, Mi, USA and London representative to the ADI (2013-2015) began placing Dental Implants in 1991 under the mentorship of ADI founding President, Barry Edwards.

He has been Principal Dentist of the same West London practice for the last 24 years and has for the last ten of them developed both synthetic (Alloplastic) Materials and the surgical techniques to optimise their use.

With over 2,000 grafts Peter has spoken globally in over 30 countries as well as writing numerous journal articles and research papers.

Peter is currently the ADI Director of Education and is also Director of the DIA, Secretary of the London Dental Fellowship and an active member of the BACD.

Location and Further Actions

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Host
Dr Nigel Kirk

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