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Edinburgh Study Club - 14 September 2017

3D Bone Regeneration and Treatment of Implant Failures and Catastrophes in the Aesthetic Zone

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Presented by: David González
Sponsor: Megagen, Southern Implants, Dentsply Sirona
Date: 14 September 2017
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Novotel Edinburgh Park, 15 Lochside Avenue, Edinburgh, EH12 9DJ

During his Study Club in Edinburgh this September, David will offer a wealth of information and practical tips to help delegates enhance their knowledge and skills on the topic of 3D bone regeneration. He will share his extensive experience with different allograft harvesting techniques for bone plates. Taking delegates through each step of the clinical sequence, he will describe how to best utilise these protocols in order to regenerate large bone defects. David will also demonstrate new soft tissue techniques to regenerate the pink aesthetics in the anterior region, enabling delegates to deliver outstanding results for a wide range of patients.

Exploring the delicate intricacies of treating cases where dental implants are failing or have already failed in the aesthetic zone, this training will show delegates how to rescue situations that present enormous challenges, but that also offer amazing rewards.

David's talk will cover:

Allograft harvesting techniques for bone plates Regeneration of large bone defects Soft tissue techniques to regenerate the pink aesthetics in the anterior region

Biography

Dr. David González obtained his PhD degree (Doctor in Odontology) at the University Complutense of Madrid achieving a qualification of “Summa cum Laude” presenting the Doctoral Thesis “Risk Factors of Periodontal Disease” 1999.

David studied a 3-year full time postgraduate programme in Periodontology at the University Complutense of Madrid (directed by Dr. Mariano Sanz) 1996-1999. He also completed his studies regarding Dental Implants with a Specialty in Osseointegration at the University Complutense of Madrid (also directed by Dr. Mariano Sanz) 1999-2000.

David is the only Spanish dentist who has given an 8-hour course along with Prof. Jan Lindhe (2009) and another 8-hour course along with Prof. Thor Berglundh (2012).

David is a Specialist Member of the Spanish Society of Periodontology and Osseointegration since 2000 and European Federation of Periodontology. He has presented communications in the most important Periodontology Congresses (Europerio III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII) and several EAO Congresses.

He was a Professor in the General Dental Council of Spain from 2004 through to 2012 and has given 12-hour courses regarding Periodontology and Implantology in all main cities of Spain.

David received the Prize for Best Course of the Year 2010 by the Dental Council of Aragon, Spain. He also won the Prize for Best Communication in the Annual meeting of the Spanish Society of Periodontology and Osseointegration in 2007.

David is a visiting professor of the postgraduate program of periodontology in the University of Barcelona (2003-currently).

He has publications in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, The International Journal of Esthetic Dentistry and in the Clinical Oral Implants Research. He has more than 40 publications in Spanish language and is an author in the Journal of the Spanish Society of Periodontology and Osseointegration, which is the journal with the highest impact factor in the Spanish language world.

Dr. David Gonzalez has been in constant education studying monographic courses related to Bone Regeneration, Periodontal Regeneration, Periodontal plastic surgery and Esthetic Implant Dentistry with Prof. Fouad Khoury (Germany), Prof. Daniel Buser (Switzerland), Prof. Pierpaolo Cortellini (Italy), Prof. Sascha Jovanovic (USA), Dr. Edward Allen (USA), Dr. Wilcko (USA), Prof. Wennstrom , Berglund and Lindhe (Sweden).

Since 2005 David has run a private practice dedicated exclusively to Periodontology and Implantology in Clinica OrtoPerio in Murcia (Spain).

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