Biological Bone Augmentation: What are the basics, where are the limits?

By Frank Zastrow
20 February 2020 at 6:45pm GMT
North Kent Study Club
10 places available

Aims:

• Give insight into the concept of Biological Bone Augmentation (BBA) with pure

autogenous bone and tissue.

• Discuss clear guidelines for the use of autogenous bone harvesting and

augmentation techniques in order to achieve predictable results from predictable

techniques. To include:

o The Khoury technique (cover the concepts and limitations)

o Lateral augmentation and advanced soft tissue management

o Atrophied edentulous maxilla (surgical and prosthetic concepts)

o Complications of surgery, pre and post operatively

o External sinus grafting and the layering technique

o Peri-implantitis treatment

Learning outcomes

• The symbiosis of hard and soft tissue management

• How to prevent complications in association with sinus grafting

• Diagnosis and reliable backward planning in compromised cases

• Complications of treatment pre- intra, and post-operatively

• How to harvest bone intraorally

• How to deal with vertical defects

Location address
Hospital Lane Dental and Implant Clinic, Lord Lees Grove, Blue Bell Hill, Kent. ME5 9PE

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