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Vertical Augmentation - the Challenge and Alternative Techniques to Achieve Uncompromising Clinical Solutions by Dr. Bach Le
Various techniques have been described for vertical ridge augmentation. These include guided bone regeneration (GBR), autogenous onlay block grafting, titantium mesh techniques, distraction osteogenesis, and interpositional osteotomy.
While many techniques offer excellent results in some situations, few can be said to guarantee success.
The aim of this lecture is to critically evaluate the current evidence to determine the predictability of various bone augmentation techniques for vertical ridge defects for implant placement.

Learning Objectives
Topics of discussion include:
1. Identify risk factors associated with bone augmentation
2. Describe treatment strategies for managing severe vertical defects in the aesthetic zone
3. Management of common complications

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

Mar 24, 2021 08:00 PM in Amsterdam

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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.