Dr. Marcus Dagnelid, DDS, Board Certified Prosthodontist (Sweden) (Moderator)
Assoc. Prof. Priv. Doz. Ulrike Kuchler, DDr (Austria)
Dr. Paul S. Rosen, DMD, MS (USA)
Dr. Francisco Teixeira Barbosa, DDS (Spain)
- Specific cases with live polls for the audience
- Advanced surgical techniques and how Osstell facilitates their development
- Educational models and online platforms empowering clinicians to be more successful in their treatments
- Simultaneous translation to German available
The speakers will clearly demonstrate why Osstell is the true objective method of determining implant stability in all treatment phases, based on more than 20 years of clinical experience and 900 scientific articles published.
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Measuring implant stability in compromised situations
By Assoc. Prof. Priv. Doz. Ulrike Kuchler, DDr (Austria)
Implant placement has become a predictable long term therapy in dentistry. However, in daily practice, clinicians face the problem that not all cases are straightforward. The questions arise as to how to deal with compromised situations, and what options are available to assess the risk in these patients.
Educational models and online platforms are empowering clinicians to be more successful in their treatments and increase knowledge
By Dr. Francisco Teixeira Barbosa, DDS (Spain)
The presentation will demonstrate how using Osstell provides useful and compelling information to the dental community and how this valuable content can be used by the clinician to improve some protocols in implant dentistry; how knowledge provided by measuring ISQ help clinicians improve outcomes, shorten treatment time and help manage patients with risk factors.
The Necessity for Osstell Use to Provide Optimized Care for Our Patients
By Dr. Paul S. Rosen, DMD, MS (USA)
Medicine and dentistry have recently sought to provide patient care through standardized treatment algorithms based upon historic norms of wound healing. While this would make life far easier for us as clinicians, a significant number of our patients are being treated with techniques such as immediate implant placement into extraction sockets or delayed implant placement into grafted areas such as the maxillary sinus that don’t follow traditional guidelines for healing. Even at routine sites, it seems as though a number of our patients have failed to have read the textbooks and articles that we have written about them as to how they will heal. Without objective data, we are following preconceived paths of care that may do harm to a number of our patients as to when they should be restored. This lecture will review dental implant patterns of wound healing which will include the dip, the bungee dip, and the bump. This will reinforce the need for Osstell use and why a more personalized approach to treating all of our patients is needed if we are to provide optimal clinical results.