TipoCurso Presencial
FechaMay 19, 2018 - May 20, 2018
LugarAmarante (Portugal)

We are proud to announce our latest program me,
Guided Bone Regeneration, delivered in partnership
with renowned periodontology specialist, Sascha
Jovanovic. Recognised globally as a key lecturer,
Sascha is widely known for his extensive work
in bone regeneration, implants and periodontology.

Over the course of two days, dentists will have
the exclusive experience of working first hand with
a leading expert like Sascha and will acquire
the essential skills needed to deliver the option
of Guided Bone Regeneration to more patients,
allowing implants to be placed also in those severe
cases where lack of bone volume suggests that
implants are not a solution.

The course will be developed across two intense
days, which include a solid background seminar
posing emphasis on the diagnosis and case selection
as well as hands-on practical exercises. This will
enable the participant to embrace all aspects of GBR
and take home practical tricks and tips to perform
successful GBR.



• Treatment planning and patient selection for
grafting procedures;
• Concepts and techniques in bone grafting from
incision to suturing;
• Extraction site management: immediate versus
delayed implant placement with bone & soft tissue
• Decision making based on outcome of available
soft tissue protocols;
• Immediate extraction site techniques with internal
grafting for maximum tissue preservation;
• Prosthetic steps to assist in grafting and implant
procedures for the clinician;
• New technology using growth factors.

• Clinical solutions to biological bone regeneration
and socket grafting;
• The vertical and horizontal aspects of ridge
• Potential intra-oral donor sites, as well as
techniques for harvesting such sites;
• The optimal selection of implant design, surface
and position;
• Treatment planning for esthetic cases and the
development of gingival papilla support;
• Learn the use of biomaterials and growth factors
with autogenous bone and barrier membranes;
• Implant complications, possibility of treatment
and prognosis.