Through common situations, Dr. Carranza will demonstrate how oral plastic surgery can help you and your patients achieve better and more predictable results.
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Detailed Course Description for Oral Plastic Surgery: Achieve More Predictable Results:
Approx. 56 minutes - Available in English or Spanish.
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
Our patients are requesting almost perfect esthetic results. Restorative dentistry is responding with new materials and techniques that allow wonderful tooth mimicking. In many cases, especially in implant dentistry, the challenge still present today relies on soft tissue management. Periodontal surgery is evolving to meet these challenges into a new concept termed "oral plastic surgery".
This lecture shows several clinical examples of how oral plastic surgical procedures can help the restorative dentist, orthodontist, or any other dental professional achieve better and more predictable results.
It will cover the modern aspects of periodontics. Through common situations, Dr. Carranza will demonstrate how oral plastic surgery can help you and your patients achieve better and more predictable results. You will see some simple procedures like crown lengthenings and root coverage procedures. It will tackle the challenging papilla reconstruction, and will show you how to save some teeth through periodontal regeneration. And then finally how to apply plastic surgery to implant dentistry.
Presenter: Dr. Nelson Carranza
Dr. Nelson Carranza received his dental degree from the University of Buenos Aires in 1989. He obtained his certificate in Periodontics from the Oregon Health Sciences University in 1993, and was trained in research at UCLA and at OHSU where he obtained a Master of Science degree in Oral Molecular Biology in 1997.
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