Wakefield Study Club - 17 March 2016
Firm Foundations - It’s what you cannot see that counts
Sponsor: Osstem UK, Megagen Implants (UK) Ltd, Bredent UK Ltd
Date: 17 March 2016
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Cedar Court Hotel Wakefield, (J39 M1), Denby Dale Road, Calder Grove, Wakefield, Yorkshire, WF4 3QZ
The challenge of implant dentistry, from single tooth replacement through to full arch restoration, has always been the aesthetic and functional rehabilitation of the dentition together with reconstruction of the underlying bone architecture which is often compromised by post extraction resorption. This talk compares and contrasts the approaches to bone augmentation. I will review what has and has not worked in my clinical experience and explain the rationale behind my current preferred protocols. I will discuss simplified approaches for predictable implant treatment outcomes and also how recent technical advances can allow for a potentially quicker and more cost effective solutions for full arch fixed restorations in conjunction with CAD milled superstructures.
- Understanding of the different approaches to bone augmentation
- Awareness of simplified approaches and technical advances
Anthony Bendkowski is a specialist in oral surgery in practice limited to implant reconstructive surgery in London and the South East of England. He qualified from University College Hospital Dental School, London in 1982 and subsequently gained extensive experience in both hospital and practice-based oral surgery. He has over 25 years’ experience in both the surgical and restorative management of implant cases. He has a keen interest in all aspects of dental education and has lectured on and run bone augmentation and implant training courses, as well as lecturing on business skills for successful implant practice for a number of years. He is a Past President of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) and an examiner for the Edinburgh Diploma in Implant Dentistry as well as for Membership in Oral Surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons, England.
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Dr Nigel Kirk