Newcastle Study Club - 11 May 2017
GBR in the New Millennium, Biology Meets Function and Esthetics
Sponsor: Instradent, Trycare, Megagen
Date: 11 May 2017
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Novotel Newcastle Airport, Ponteland Road, Kenton, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE3 3HZ
GBR has been used in the dental field in the past twenty five years to solve bony and soft tissue problems. This presentation will show how to address ridge and soft tissue defects starting from the single tooth replacement moving on to multiple teeth and in the end discussing complex cases requiring extensive bony and soft tissue reconstructions.
The evolution of surgical techniques and biomaterials will be the hot topic of the presentation showing how progress has improved the life of both clinicians and patients.
Dr Rossi graduated in dentistry with honours in Genova and then specialised in Periodontology at Boston University Graduate School of Dental Medicine in 1992.
He received the M.Sc.D in Periodontology with a publication in the Journal of Periodontology.
After returning to Italy he established a practice limited to Periodontology and Implant Dentistry.
He has been doing research in the field of guided tissue regeneration with different groups. He has ben a professor in the departments of Periodontology in different universities (Genova, Padova, Pisa, Chieti, Roma) and is a professor at the Master in Periodontology programme at the University of Roma Sapienza since 2000.
He is a member of the Italian Society of Perio (SidP), International member of the American Academy of Periodontology and an active member of the Italian Society of Esthetic Dentistry (IAED). He is an honorary member of the Bohemian Society of Implantology and former secretary of the Boston University Italian Alumni association.
Dr Rossi is a national and international speaker and an author of publications on peer reviewed magazines. He is also a co-author of the book Bone Biomaterials and Beyond, having particularly contributed to the chapters on guided tissue regeneration.
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