Learn the necessary skills to regenerate lost bone and soft tissue volume predictably
Learning aims and objectives for the Guided Bone and Tissue Regeneration course:
- Correct diagnosis and case selection using specific guidelines for full assessment of the patient.
- Know when and how a tooth can be saved by means of periodontal regeneration.
- Live experience of the challenges of a vertical bone augmentation surgery, with particular emphasis on the precise steps of the surgical procedure.
- Tips and tricks of successful Guided Bone Regeneration and how to avoid surgical pitfalls.
- Confidence in treating patients with bone defects by applying Guided Bone Regeneration techniques.
- Handling soft tissues during Guided Bone Regeneration to achieve success.
Upon successful completion of this masterclass, students will be able to:
- Understand the principles of Guided Bone Regeneration and Guided Tissue Regeneration.
- Undertake expert patient diagnosis for vertical and horizontal ridge augmentation.
- Make informed choices in graft selection and treatment planning.
- Apply the latest techniques to reconstruct peri-implant soft and hard tissues around dental implants or around teeth.
- Plan effective post-operative protocols.
Day 1 – Friday 13th November 2020
Academy Of Medical Sciences, 41 Portland Place, W1B 1QH, London
LECTURES + HANDS-ON WORKSHOP
9.00-10.30 LECTURE TOPICS
• Biological principles and understanding of Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR) and
Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR), their differences and similarities
• Diagnosis and treatment planning to save teeth
• GTR in the anterior dentition: Limits and possibilities
10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-12.30 LECTURE TOPICS
• GTR surgical hints and tricks (video demonstrations)
• Socket management: Do we need to preserve?
13.30-15.00 LECTURE TOPICS
• GBR: Diagnosis and patient selection for vertical ridge augmentation
• Step-by-step surgical vertical GBR technique in the posterior mandible
• Graft selection: Autogenous versus grafts?
• Barrier selection and fixation devices
• Postoperative protocols
15.00-15.30 PREPARATION FOR HANDS-ON WORKSHOP
15.30-17.30 HANDS-ON WORKSHOP ON PIG JAWS AND VIDEO DEMONSTRATION
• Vertical ridge augmentation using titanium reinforced non-resorbable membranes, bone graft and mini screw
• Flap management to achieve tension-free passive mucogingival flaps
• Implant placement + vertical bone augmentation
LIVE SURGERY + LECTURES + TREATMENT PLAN EXERCISE
9.30-11.30 LIVE SURGERY
• Live surgery of a complex Guided Bone Regeneration case with professional audio-visual set-up
11.30-12.30 POST SURGERY COMMENTARY
• Lecturers will review the important points of the surgery
• Students have an opportunity for their questions to be answered
13.30-15.00 LECTURE TOPICS
• Peri-implant and periodontal soft tissue management
• Tips and tricks to avoid pitfalls in regenerative surgery
• Complications and how to manage them
15.00-15.30 COFFEE BREAK
15.30-17.00 LECTURE TOPICS
• Evolutions in regeneration: GBR and GTR in the future
• Tissue engineering in alveolar reconstruction: Facts or fiction?
• New techniques to reconstruct peri-implant soft tissues
• Treatment planning exercise with cases presented by participants
Day 1 – Didactic teaching with lectures and hands on practical surgery on pig heads at Academy Of Medical Sciences, 41 Portland Place, W1B 1QH, London
Day 2 – Live surgery and lectures at LCIAD
Day 1 Academy Of Medical Sciences, 41 Portland Place, W1B 1QH, London
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Delegates should have completed at least 20 implant cases and be familiar with the theory and rationale of basic bone augmentation around implants.
The course is restricted to 20 dental surgeons.
Lunch and teas / coffees will be served each day and your dietary requirements can be indicated on the accompanying booking form.
Loupes and a light are regarded as mandatory for the course and the clinical practice of these techniques thereafter.
Protective clothing and disposables for the hands-on sessions are provided for the hands on section.
At the end of the course a fabulous dinner will be offered in a cool London restaurant on Friday evening. We would be delighted if delegates attend with the whole group.
Type of CPD (A,B,C or D) based on GDP Enhanced CPD development outcome requirements in UK
Development outcomes in bold
Effective communication with patients, the dental team and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent, dealing with complaints, and raising concerns when patients are at risk. e.g Communication skills / Consent / Complaints handling / Raising concerns / Safeguarding.
Effective management of self and effective management of others or effective work with others in the dental team, in the interests of patients, providing constructive leadership where appropriate. e.g. Effective practice management / Business management / Team working / Leadership skills.
Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field(s) of practice. e.g Clinical and technical areas of study / Radiography / Cross infection control / Medical emergencies and CPR / Emerging technologies and treatments / CPD specific for your daily role(s) / Upskilling opportunities.
Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first. e.g.Ethical and legal issues and developments / Professional behaviours / Equality and diversity training.
12 hours CPD
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