Atraumatic Extraction and Bone Grafting Techniques: Site Development for Dental Implants

In this course, participants will learn about the importance of maintaining bone contour following atraumatic extraction of teeth.

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Dates

Tuition:

$595 Per Doctor + $195 Per Staff Member

Available CE:

7

Additional Infromation:

Hands-On/Lecture/Participation

Provider:

Glidewell Direct

The program will discuss several simple yet effective techniques to preserve bone in preparation for future dental implants. Various materials will be discussed in detail, including their use in grafting facial defects. Management of attached gingiva will be demonstrated.

Course Objectives

During this course, topics include:

  • Socket preservation and its importance to graft sockets
  • Clinical and scientific information on different bone grafting materials and methods
  • Clinical indications and benefits for site grafting
  • Easy-to-understand, step-by-step instruction on how to immediately implement bone grafting

Timothy F. Kosinski, DDS, MAGD

Dr. Timothy Kosinski graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry and received a Master of Science degree in biochemistry from Wayne State University School of Medicine. An adjunct clinical professor at UDM School of Dentistry, he serves on the editorial review board of numerous dental journals. Dr. Kosinski is a Diplomate of the ABOI/ID, ICOI and American Society of Osseointegration, and a Fellow of the AAID, ACD and ICD.He has a Mastership in the AGD, from which he also received the Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition award in 2009 and 2014.




2 thoughts on: Atraumatic Extraction and Bone Grafting Techniques: Site Development for Dental Implants

  1. Daniel says:

    What materials are covered? Are you including OSSIX Bone? This is one of the more advanced and easy materials to apply in sockets (including with missing walls) without the news for a membrane and primary closure

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