Surgical treatment of periodontal complex cases: from scalpel choosing to suturing!

In Dr. Daniel Melker course, you will learn the protocols of:

– Flap design: full thickness, split thickness, lingual, in the anterior and posterior area

– Removal of exostoses and bone excesses

– Gingivectomy with and without the use of a digital surgical guides

– Treatment of gummy smile

– Frenectomy

– Soft tissue grafting from the palate, maxillary tuberosity and the lingual area

– Altered active and passive eruption 

– Treatment of root surface irregularities.

In numerous clinical cases you will work out all the stages of surgical manipulations and evaluate the advantages and long-term results of using various techniques!

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Lesson programs

A biological approach to periodontal surgery


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40 min


Flap design: step-by-step protocols

81 $
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56 min
81 $

Biologic concepts in periodontal surgery

81 $
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40 min
81 $

Crown lengthening: clinical protocols

81 $
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29 min
81 $

Lecturers (1 persons)


Recommended for: Periodontists, Implantologists, Oral and maxillofacial surgeons..

Total CE credits: 8,5

Total lecture time: 11 h 9 min

Course created: 01/20/2022. OHI-S receives no commercial support for this program.

The articles:

1. Periodontal Conditions of Sites Treated With Gingival Augmentation Surgery Compared With Untreated Contralateral Homologous Sites: An 18- to 35-Year Long-Term Study. Giancarlo Agudio, Pierpaolo Cortellini, Jacopo Buti, Giovanpaolo Pini Prato. 2016

2. The CEJ: a biofilm and calculus trap. Keerthana Satheesh, Simon R MacNeill, John W Rapley, Charles M Cobb. 2011.

This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP).

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Become a Certified Professional

After training, you will receive an electronic certificate that you can add to your portfolio or show to the employer

Sample certificate