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- The biological events that take place during wound healing
- New regenerative biomaterials for bone and/or periodontal regeneration
- The regenerative properties of Emdogain and an introduction to Osteogain
- Use of Hyaluronic Acid for soft tissue wound healing
- Use of Tetranite as a novel bone adhesive
New and innovative biomaterials are being discovered or created in laboratories at an unprecedented rate, but many of them remain entirely foreign to practicing clinicians. This first lecture addresses this gap in knowledge by summarizing some of the groundbreaking research performed to date on this topic and providing case examples of these biomaterials at work. The lecture begins with a review of the biologic background and applications of bone grafting materials utilized in dentistry. Many next-generation materials and growth factors that will optimize future bone and periodontal regeneration are presented.
Lead educator and researcher at Advanced PRF Education and an Adjunct Visiting Faculty in the department of Periodontology in Bern, Switzerland.
Has written 2 best-selling textbooks widely distributed in regenerative dentistry including his most recent in 2019 titled: “Next Generation Biomaterials for Bone and Periodontal Regeneration” and a 2nd in 2017 titled: “Platelet Rich Fibrin in Regenerative Dentistry: From Biological Background to Clinical Indications”.
Has currently published over 150 peer-reviewed articles and lectures internationally on many topics relating to growth factors, bone biomaterials and guided bone regeneration.
Top 100 CE providers in North America.
He has recently been awarded many recent international prizes in dentistry and is widely considered as one of the top contributors to implant dentistry having won the ITI Andre Schroeder Prize.