Soft and hard tissue regeneration two day course

Dr. Giuseppe Cicero will hold a weekend immersive course on October 17th & 18th, 2020, illustrating advances in soft and hard tissue augmenation when working in both in highly esthetic and functional compromised areas.

All live lectures will be recorded and available for you to replay in case you miss or could not make it to the live session.

Learn about new and innovative treatments and clinical protocols and keep up with the latest opinions, trends, experiences and discoveries.

Soft and hard tissue regeneration two day course

Dr. Giuseppe Cicero will hold a weekend immersive course on October 17th & 18th, 2020, illustrating advances in soft and hard tissue augmenation when working in both in highly esthetic and functional compromised areas.

All live lectures will be recorded and available for you to replay in case you miss or could not make it to the live session.

Learn about new and innovative treatments and clinical protocols and keep up with the latest opinions, trends, experiences and discoveries.

Participate to classes

The course will cover all soft and hard tissue regeneration topics, from the basics to the more complex cases of soft and hard tissue grafting and implant treatment planning.
It will include live videos and tutorials on how to integrate 3D printing technology in modern GBR procedures.
A journey from the basics to the more complex cases of soft and hard tissue regeneration and implant treatment planning.

Classes Plan

Section 1: Hard Tissue Augmentation
  • Predictable Vertical and Horizontal Alveolar Ridge Augmentation Using
  • Resorbable and Non-resorbable Membranes and 100% Allograft
Section 2: Soft Tissue Augmentation
  • Soft Tissue augmentation and Closure of Grafted Extraction Sockets in the Anterior Maxilla: Novel techniques
Section 3: 3D printing technology in today’s soft and hard tissue regeneration
  • Three-dimensional printing of the bony and dental anatomy allows for visualization and tactile examination, without the presence of the patient, and proves to be a significant advantage that ameliorates clinical challenges.
Section 4: Resorbable membranes in GBR – How far can we push it today?
  • Vertical and horizontal ridge augmentation in both posterior and anterior jaws have represented a significant challenge for the operator. The use of resorbable membranes housing 100% allograft upon a deficient alveolar ridge is proving to be a valid and predictable technique providing the biological parameters sufficient for pre-implant periodontal, hard and soft tissue, support for a functional prosthesis
Section 5: Soft tissue management after GBR
  • Use of AlloDerm for enhancing soft tissue architecture Pedicle connective tissue grafts vs. free connective tissue grafts
Section 6: Comprehensive treatment planning of complex soft and hard tissue deficiencies in the Aesthetic area
  • Management of complex cases and complications – Where to start and how to proceed? A novel approach
Section 7: Biomaterials options: which bone and which membrane?
  • Biological principles of GBR – Why choose a bio-material over another?
  • Histology of bone cores
Section 8: How do we manage complications?
  • From managing membrane exposures to treating peri-implantits cases 
  • When can we save and graft around failing implants and when we cannot?
Section 9: Flap designs, management of flaps and suturing techniques
  • Advances in achieving primary closure in extensive GBR cases and the use of correct suturing techniques – Review of the Principles of GBR

Register to the webinar course

COST OF WEBINARS

$300.00 – price for full access to all classes + 1 one-on-one class