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W14: Socket Preservation, Ridge Regeneration and Implant Surgery Utilizing Bone Allografts: A Hands-On Workshop

  • October 12, 2017, 1:30–5:30 pm (Pacific Standard Time)
  • Hilton San Diego Bayfront
    1 Park Boulevard
    San Diego, California 92101
    United States
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Hands-On Workshop

CEs: 3

Matthew Young, DDS, HFAAID, DABOI/ID
Christopher Petrush, DDS, AFAAID, DABOI/ID

Matthew Young, DDS, FAAID, DABOI/ID

  • Diplomate, American Board of Oral Implantology 
  • President, Bay Area Implant Synergy and San Francisco, Dental Society
  • Private Practice, Downtown San Francisco, California

Christopher Petrush, DDS, AFAAID

  • Associate Fellow, American Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • Vice President, American Academy of Implant Dentsitry Western District 
  • Guest Speaker, AAID Las Vegas MaxiCourse 
  • Private Practice, Pleasant Hill, CA

Every year more dental implants are placed and restored worldwide. Current implant principles dictate implant placement for optimal form, function, and esthetics and not simply where the available bone is. With this in mind, proper management of an extraction socket is essential. After an extraction, up to 50% of a socket can be lost within the first year. The majority of this occurs in the first three months. The loss usually occurs at the expense of the thinner buccal plate creating a compromised site. Proper socket management, at the time of extraction results, in a less complex staged implant placement. Without proper socket management ideal implant placement may require multiple, complex, expensive surgeries with less predictable results. We will explore the current advances in grafting techniques utilizing allograft bone materials. We will provide hands-on training to preserve post-extraction sockets and reconstruct bone in sites with buccal plate defects. We will also discuss when it is appropriate to place an implant at the time of extraction and the current practical protocols. Biologic and clinical considerations of will be discussed to simplify implant therapy both at the surgical and prosthetic level.

The hands-on training and techniques and procedures practiced can be used in your practice immediately.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
  1. Diagnose and manage extraction and grafting
  2. Diagnose and manage of ridge repair and augmentation
  3. Understand the Principles and Decision Making of Immediate Implant Placement 
  4. Provide socket grafting, ridge repair, suturing, membrane placement

    AGD Subject code: 691


Limited to 30 participants 

Topics: Matthew Young, DDS, Christopher Petrush, socket preservations, ridge regeneration, Bone allografts