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Bone & Tissue Grafting
Courses

[B1] Efficiencies in Block Harvest and Fixation

Block grafts are indicated for the restoration of significant bone defects and site development for proper placement and support of dental implants. In this presentation, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi will discuss the three key stages for successful block grafts: opening, placement, and closure, with specific emphasis on graft harvest and fixation. Approaches for preparing the recipient and donor sites, along with adaptation and fixation techniques for predictable results, will be presented. In addition, Dr. Kazemi will review flap design and closure techniques critical to graft survival and healing.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand key diagnostic principles in flap and block design.
  • Learn techniques for bone harvesting, recipient site preparation, adaptation, and fixation, as well as adjunctive procedures for optimal healing.
  • Understand closure techniques to optimize bone graft vitality and important peri-operative patient instructions.

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour

[B2] Extraction Site Preservation / Augmentation Grafting

Bone grafting is critical in both preservation and augmentation of an extraction site and development of proper tissue form and architecture.  In this presentation, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi discusses extraction site bone grafting techniques, materials, and approaches for predictable implant site development.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand diagnostic and treatment planning principles for extraction site grafting
  • Learn techniques for extraction site grafting, soft tissue management, and suturing techniques.
  • Learn about bone grafting and guided tissue regeneration membranes

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour