Up until recently, the alveolar bone was considered the key to successful implantology treatments. Today, we know that "The Bone gives the Tone but the Tissue is the Issue: a unique a fragile connection between the implant and the soft tissue is a weak spot, a sort of Achilles’ heel. Therefore, changing the structure of the soft tissue for a more resistant one (by adding collagen fibers and enriching the connective tissue) could improve the implants’ prognoses and enhance the aesthetic result.
The course will showcase several methods to achieve stable connective tissues and incorporate them in the implant zone while discussing their advantages and logistics. Doctors will receive personal training with practical experience and will be able to view procedures live from the operation room.
08:30-09:00: Welcome Coffee
"The bone gives the tone but the tissue is the issue"
09:00-09:45: Why are the Soft Tissues so important in Implantology? Esthetic and Biological aspects
09:45-10:30: Height and Width Enhancement of the Soft Tissues:
10:30-11:00: Coffee Break
11:00-11:45: "The Timing of soft tissue management"
11:45-12:30: Advanced Techniques and Complex Cases
12:30-14:00: Lunch Break
14:00-16:30: Hands on Models/Animal model Workshop
16:30-17:00: DEBATE: Questions & Answers
17:00-18:00: HAPPY HOUR
09:00-12:00: Live Surgery from the Operating Room.
12:00-12:30: Questions & Conclusions