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Online Dental Continuing Education (CE) Course

Alternative & New Tendencies for Alveolar Reconstruction in Modern Implant Dentistry Alternative & New Tendencies for Alveolar Reconstruction in Modern Implant Dentistry

Continuing Education Credits:

1 CEU (Continuing Education Credit)

Course Presenter(s):

Alejandro Vivas-Rojo, DDS, MS; Jesus A. Gomez, DDS

Date Added:

06/08/2017

Course Description:

Knowledge of bone biology and physiology are crucial for successful dento-alveolar reconstruction. The presentation will review the natural healing process of the bone and the sequence of events needed for proper regeneration. This process will then be discussed and compare with the present materials and technologies available in the market including alloplastics and allogenic materials. The role of the Stem Cells and rh-BMP2 will be exposed as part of these new trends in alveolar reconstruction for modern implant dentistry. Multiple cases will be presented demonstrating the versatility and outcomes in different clinical situations based on biological, bio-mechanics, and implant aesthetic needs.

Learning Objectives:

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Alternative & New Tendencies for Alveolar Reconstruction in Modern Implant Dentistry
Knowledge of bone biology and physiology are crucial for successful dento-alveolar reconstruction. The presentation will review the natural healing process of the bone and the sequence of events needed for proper regeneration. This process will then be discussed and compare with the present materials and technologies available in the market including alloplastics and allogenic materials. The role of the Stem Cells and rh-BMP2 will be exposed as part of these new trends in alveolar reconstruction for modern implant dentistry. Multiple cases will be presented demonstrating the versatility and outcomes in different clinical situations based on biological, bio-mechanics, and implant aesthetic needs.
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