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*POSTPONED* East Grinstead Study Club

13 January 2022
*POSTPONED* Ridge Preservation and Atraumatic Extraction Techniques

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Presented by: Mukesh Soni BDS MSc
Host: Shushil Dattani
Date: 13 January 2022
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Langley Drive, Crawley, RH11 7SX

During the presentation Mukesh will explain the basics of the anatomy of the alveolar ridge. The dimensional changes that occur after extraction. There will be a small explanation of bone physiology. The benefits of Ridge Preservation. Atraumatic extraction techniques along with a protocol that will try to ensure as much bone as possible is available after the ridge has healed. Mukesh feels that Ridge Preservation is the only bone augmentation procedure that every dental practitioner can learn – providing a pathway for possible future oral surgery or dental implant career. Finally the financial benefits of Ridge Preservation will be discussed – benefits for principal and associates - NHS or Private.

Key Learning Skills:

  • Anatomy of the Extraction Socket
  • Basic Bone physiology
  • Anatomical changes that occur after an extraction 
  • Techniques to reduce bone loss on extraction 
  • Bone grafting materials 
  • Case studies 
  • Financial Benefits for principal and associate


Dr Mukesh Soni qualified in 1989. He became involved with dental implants in 1992- initially learning with Ashok Sethi and then Hilt Tatum. Later becoming a faculty member at the Tatum Institute. In 2006 he opened a practice in Twickenham predominantly dedicated to Dental Implants and Oral Surgery. An MSc was completed in 2012 at Manchester university. He is a director of Practical Implantology – where over 70 students have passed through. ‘I am very passionate about teaching – yes principals employed should be on evidence passed foundation – however we should also discuss the outcome based results that we have learnt by actually treating patients’


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