Bone Manipulation in Oral Implantology
13 November 9:00AM – 14 November 5:00PM 2021
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Date: 13 November 9:00AM – 14 November 5:00PM 2021
Practical Bone Manipulation in Oral Implantology
An Artform Incorporated into Modern Treatment Concept
Aims & Objectives
Summary & Learning Outcome
2 day programme on implantology surgical techniques
Theory and practice of bone manipulation
Hands-on practical experience
Incorporate techniques into your clinical practice
Who is This Course For?
Practising Implantologists wishing to expand their repertoire. However, all colleagues at any stage of their implant experience are invited to apply, as there will be a benefit at any stage of the journey, even if just in the planning stage.
This two-day intensive course presents the modality of bone manipulation in its various forms within the field of dental/oral implantology.
In the current climate of emphasis on guided bone regeneration (GBR) techniques and graft/augmentation materials, these critical and immensely useful techniques have fallen by the wayside as there is less commercial impetus to teach them. Consequently, we would submit that bone manipulation could legitimately be described as a forgotten artform.
We will cover the history of bone manipulation, the anatomy and physiology of the osteo-periosteal complex, various techniques of bone manipulation including the importance of vital autogenous bone and the advantages of these techniques.
Importantly we will present the means by which bone manipulation can be incorporated into current treatment modalities.
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