The alveolar ridge requires a fair amount of bone volume for successful restoration over implants. Whether pre-operative or at second stage surgery, several surgical options have been suggested to restore the alveolar ridge volume. Priority should be given to simpler and less invasive procedures, involving less risk of complications and achievement of goals in a shorter period.
“My experience has taught me that minimally invasive procedures for volume restoration are a necessity. It fits perfectly for everyday practice, with simple procedures and low morbidity for our patients. Add to that a reliable scaffold, and you receive great outcomes, reduced chair time and higher patient compliance”
The objective of this webinar is to show and discuss the positive outcomes of a long lasting membrane, a soft tissue scaffold, and a fast resorbing bone scaffold designed to optimize the soft/hard tissue quality in implant sites.
• Treating buccal bone loss
• Lateral augmentation procedures
• Less invasive procedures for volume restoration
• Handling different clinical scenarios
Session Duration: 90 minutes (including 15 minutes of Q&A)