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Clinical Discussion: The Importance of the Membrane in GBR Procedures - Different Approaches
Panelists: Fredric Kauffmann, Francisco Marchesani and Bach Le

Based on many researchers and clinical cases it is well known that in order to achieve a successful GBR procedures it is recommended to use a barrier membrane.
In this clinical discussion Dr. Bach Le, Dr.Francisco Marchesani and Dr.Frederic Kauffman will share their cases and discuss their personal approach in related to using membrane in GBR Procedures.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the importance of the use of membranes in dental alveolar reconstruction.
2. Understand the biology of a membrane so that it is considered a biological barrier.
3. Stabilization techniques of membranes based on GLYMATRIX® technology
4. Know predictable techniques in which the use of GLYMATRIX® makes them possible.

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Duration: 90 minutes, including 15 minutes for Q&A

Aug 4, 2021 07:00 PM in Amsterdam

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Dr. Francisco Marchesani
Dr. Marchesani received his Bachelor of Dentistry from the University of Concepción in 1986. He is a specialist in Bucomáxillofacial Implantology. He developed a special interest in reconstruction in cases with severe atrophies and participated in this area in the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery at The Ohio State University and the University of Fryburg, Germany 1996, Dexeus Institute 1998, Institute of Facial Surgery, Parma Italy 2013. Dr. Marchesani is a former associate professor at the Universidad de Concepción School of Dentistry. He was also Director of the Implantology Area of the same school. Dr. Marchesani is the Director of the Advanced Implantology Improvement Course taught in Santiago de Chile since 2010. Founder and director of the education program of Clinica Marchesani.
Dr.Bach Le
DDS, MD, FICD, FACD @Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry at University of South California (USC)
Specialty training in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University. Associate Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry at USC (active faculty member since 2000). Lectured and taught internationally (across 6 continents) on bone regeneration and dental implant-related surgery. Published extensively in scientific texts and professional peer-review journals, primarily on the area of hard/soft tissue regeneration for improving esthetic outcomes. Has been a main podium speaker at numerous national organizations including the AAOMS, AO, AAID, the American College of Prosthodontists, the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontists, and ICOI. Recently inducted as an Honorary Member of the American College of Prosthodontists, and is a recipient of the Charles E. English Award in Clinical Science for “the most significant article” published in the Journal of Implant Dentistry for 2008. Diplomate of the AAOMS, the ADSA, and the ICOI.
Dr. Fredric Kauffmann
Dr. Kauffmann received his dental degree from Würzburg University, Germany in 2010 He had completed his postgraduate training in Periodontology and Implant Dentistry in Würzburg, Department of Periodontology (Chair: Prof. Schlagenhauf, Prof. Fickl), Germany in 2017. 2018 to 2020 he was ITI Scholar as well as Clinical lecturer at the Department of Peridontology (Chair: Dr. William Giannobile) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States. His research focus on different collagen membranes as well as the simplification of bone augmentation procedures.