Dental implants are a successful and predictable treatment option for missing teeth, where most patients and clinicians seek this treatment to replace missing teeth. Favorable implant outcomes depend greatly on adequate bone and soft tissue for restoratively-driven implant placement, long-term function, and optimal aesthetics.
For the practicing clinician, predictability of graft materials is extremely important where they must be biocompatible, easy to use, and provide structure and function to support dental implants.
This presentation will update the practicing clinician on advances in hard and soft tissue grafting materials, as adjuncts to our implant surgical techniques.
1. This webinar will discuss regenerative materials including membranes and bone and soft tissue grafts.
2. This webinar will familiarize the participant with grafting techniques to regenerate deficient alveolar bone sites in preparation for implant placement.
Duration: 90 minutes, including 15 minutes for Q&A