Stability is key to achieving successful outcomes in bone and soft tissue regeneration. But how to achieve stability? How can biomaterials contribute to a stable environment? Prof. Ronald Jung, Switzerland, will answer these key questions in the Geistlich symposium at the EAO congress on Thursday morning.
Prof. Frank Schwarz, Germany, is going to tackle another key topic in both his symposium lecture and his practical workshop: peri-implantitis. Where are the limitations of non-surgical therapy? How is advanced peri-implantitis to be treated?
Last, but not least, Prof. Ki-Tae Koo, South Korea, will focus his practical workshop on Ridge Preservation in infected sockets. As teeth are often extracted due to periodontal or endodontic problems this topic is highly relevant for daily practice. A new classification of extraction sockets, based on the extent of inflammation and bone defect, is the starting point for the different treatment approaches.
Geistlich Symposium - Thursday, 29 September, 10:30-12:15
- The next level for hard and soft tissue regeneration Prof. Ronald E. Jung, Switzerland
- Peri-implant diseases: clinical concepts Prof. Frank Schwarz, Germany
Geistlich Workshops, Friday, 30 September, 8:30-11:00 and 13:30-16:00
- Prevention and management of peri-implant diseases Frank Schwarz, Germany
- Extraction socket management of infected sockets: classification and treatment concepts Prof. Ki-Tae Koo, South Korea
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