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Ridge Preservation

Geistlich Mucograft® Seal causes fewer scars than a punch graft

Verena Vermeulen | Switzerland
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Gene therapy for the eyes
Dr. Klaus Duffner | Germany

What sounds like science fiction could become reality in the near future: People with hereditary retinal diseases are given new genes in their eyes to prevent them from going blind. The first drugs are about to be approved.

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5 questions to Alberto Sicilia
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

 

 

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“I don’t want to be adventurous”
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

 

 

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Minimally invasive approaches for major indications
Dr. Alexander Volkmann | Germany

A significant ridge deficiency with horizontal and vertical dimensions. How should this three-tooth gap be treated?

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New collagen matrix facilitates recession coverage
Dr. Martina Stefanini | Italy, Prof. Giovanni Zucchelli | Italy

Eliminating the need for graft harvest and integrating well with surrounding soft tissue, the volume stable collagen matrix Geistlich Fibro-Gide® is an effective biomaterial for treating recession defects.

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The challenge of treating cancer patients
Prof. Rogerio Belle de Oliveira | Brazil

When dental practice faces neoplastic patients, risk and failure increase. An overview of influencing factors and suitable treatments.

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“Predictability is my daily guiding principle”
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

What is an orthodontic treatment? What is the biology behind ? We met Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli during the last EuroPerio in Amsterdam and he gave us an insights into the topic.

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Should we extract the tooth and replace it with a dental implant?
Dr. Amit Patel | United Kingdom

Regenerative surgical procedures have long been considered a suitable method for restoring lost periodontal structure and functional attachment. But how did the concept develop? And what can we expect in the future?

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5 questions to Martina Stefanini
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

Where do we stand for soft tissue management? During the last EuroPerio in Amsterdam, Dr. Martina Stefanini shared with us her thoughts and experiences.

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A less invasive tunneling technique for multiple recession defects
Dr. Sofia Aroca | France

Recession coverage still represents a challenge when it comes to severe defects. But proper technique and material can help guarantee a successful outcome. Discover how.

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Dealing with extraction sockets
Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli | Italy

Following tooth extraction, the maintenance of the original bone volume is paramount. But what parameters need to be considered?

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It’s not only a matter of aesthetics
Ass. Prof. Ignacio Sanz Martin | Spain, Prof. Mariano Sanz | Spain

Sufficient soft tissue volume and keratinized tissue around implants are key for implant success. A clinical update on gold standards and alternatives.

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“Explantation is a decisive turning point for the patients”
Verena Vermeulen | Switzerland

Explantation can be a last resort to handle an infected implant. Dr. Mauro Merli, Italy, has gained experience in this unpleasant procedure and the subsequent rebuilding of jaw bone. Here he shares his insights into minimally invasive techniques, suitable materials and the value of listening to the patient’s expectations.  

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A less invasive technique for greater success
Dr. Yoon Euy Hong | South Korea

Different techniques and biomaterials can be used for recession coverage. When is the coronally advanced flap beneficial, when a tunneling approach?

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The comprehensive dental care concept is almost lost
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

 

 

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Proper flap and suture techniques are key to success
Dr. Luca De Stavola | Italy

Major bone augmentations with either Guided Bone Regeneration or a bone block increase bone volume significantly. But without proper flap techniques, wound dehiscences can jeopardize success.