How to choose the correct combination of biomaterials in periodontal and peri-implant plastic surgery
The selection of hard and soft tissue substitutes - as well as its correct clinical management - plays a crucial role in surgical success. The industry provides a number of solutions that allow to avoid or limit the use of autologous tissue in periodontal and peri-implant hard and soft tissue augmentation procedures.
While the biological rationale and clinical success of such materials has been widely demonstrated in the literature, and confirmed in the everyday activity of professionals all over the world, there are many differences to be taken into consideration in terms of preparation, management and stabilization of the graft.
The objective of this global lecture is to outline the aspects that the surgeon must consider and analyze when approaching biomaterial use in periodontal and peri-implant plastic surgery, providing dentists, periodontologists and implantologists the theoretical and practical skills to perform:
In order to provide participants with up-to-date knowledge on treatment concepts and practical clinical tricks, the event is structured into:
Participants are given the opportunity to interact with Prof. Giovanni Zucchelli, to expand one's knowledge on periodontal and peri-implant surgical techniques.