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Regeneration around Implants: Road Maps to Success (Dr. David Barack)
When planning implant dentistry, goals include creating healthy, esthetics and long lasting surrounding hard and soft tissues. Many available graft materials may help to develop more tissue volume, but with the risk of leaving a large amount of non-vital material embedded in the tissues. This webinar explores options for using alternative materials in the development of 4-, 3- and 2-walled defects prior to implant placement. This course aims to provide an alternative approach to the development of hard and soft tissues for the long term stability of delayed and immediately placed implants.
At the completion of this program, viewers will have a working knowledge of:
• Limits in bone grafting including graft failure
• New options for site development and defect repair
• Differences in managing newer materials
• Differences on how different graft materials heal

Jul 22, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. David Barack
Dr. Barack studied Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University, He graduated Dentistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, where he also pursue further education in the field of Periodontics, completing a residency in 1984. He received his Diplomate of the AAP in 1991. While at the University of Illinois, Dr. Barack served as an Assistant Professor for the College of Dentistry from 1983 to 1995. While in private practice, Dr. Barack incorporated implant surgical techniques into his practice beginning with training in the Bränemark Implant System at the University of Texas in San Antonio in 1987. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Barack has volunteered his time to the homeless population of Chicagoland and has traveled as far as Honduras to provide dental care to underserved areas. he has focused his periodontal practice to implant surgery and supportive reconstructive surgical procedures.