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ADI Masterclass: Peri-implantitis Defects (in collaboration with Osteology Foundation)

19 November 2022

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Presented by: Nikos Donos, Pamela McClain, Frank Schwarz, Markus Schlee, Stefan Fickl & Mario Roccuzzo
Date: 19 November 2022
Location: Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Pl, NW1 4LE

This full day’s event at the Royal College of Physicians in London, will bring to you the latest scientific and clinical knowledge on peri-implantitis defect treatment by six internationally renowned speakers.

Both organisations, the Osteology Foundation and the Association of Dental Implantology, have the goal of promoting science and education in the fields of periodontology, implant dentistry and oral tissue regeneration.

With these shared objectives, both organisations aim to increase the knowledge base and have agreed to collaborate within the common objectives and organise the ADI Masterclass 2022 focusing on the topic of peri-implantitis defects.

Peri-implantitis primarily shows the same signs of inflammation as peri-implant mucositis. However, the differences between mucositis and peri-implantitis can be easily recognised on the basis of defined characteristics.

In addition to the inflammatory signs, peri-implantitis is characterised by progressive and radiologically detectable bone loss and a non-linear and accelerated course of the disease.

The ADI in collaboration with the Osteology Foundation are proud to welcome world renown experts on the field of treatment of peri-implantitis defects:

Nikos Donos from the UK, Pamela McClain from the USA, Frank Schwarz, Markus Schlee and Stefan Fickl from Germany as well as Mario Roccuzzo from Italy will look into all aspects of peri-implantitis defect treatment – from diagnosis and risk factors, to different concepts of regenerative procedures involving the bone and soft tissue aspects of peri-implantitis defects.

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