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KursWeng2015NOnr2 Type : PDF
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Extraction Socket Management
– How to simplify augmentations and avoid esthetic failures.
I dag vet vi at ca. 50% av kjevekammens bredde og opp til 1mm av kjevekammens høyde
resorberes innen ett år, etter en ekstraksjon av en tann. Dette kan resulteres i både estetiske
og funksjonelle problem. Dr. Dietmar Weng vil under Forelesningen/Hands-on kurset vise
hvordan du enkelt kan bevare volum og skape beste forutsetninger for et optimalt resultat.
FORELESNING & HANDS-ON
Foreleser:
Dr. Dietmar Weng – Tyskland
kursdatoer:
OSLO
3. Mars 2015 | Radisson Blu Scandinavia
Unident AS, Postboks 1045, 3194 Horten | Telefon: 33 03 57 70
Fax: 33 03 57 71 | Mail: [email protected] | Web: unident.no
Returadresse:
Unident AS
Postboks 1045
3194 Horten
FORELESNING & HANDS-ON
Abstract:
Management of extraction sockets in future and immediate implant sites has become a key issue in recent
years’ implant dentistry concepts. The knowledge of wound healing sequences after tooth extraction has
triggered a series of biological and surgical ideas to deal appropriately with the consequences of natural
socket healing since implant placement in healed sites is often impossible, unless simultaneous or even
preimplantological bone augmentation are performed. However, implant insertion with simultaneous bone
augmentation requires high surgical skills and can sometimes cause problems in postoperative healing.
Foreleser:
Dr. Dietmar Weng, Tyskland
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Dietmar Weng graduated from the University
of Marburg, Germany, in 1993, and spent the subsequent
3 years as Assistant Professor at the University of Freiburg,
Germany, Department of Prosthodontics.
Furthermore, for a predictable esthetic result hard and soft tissue alterations after tooth extraction and
after implant insertion have to be foreseen and to be compensated for accordingly. The more these changes
of hard and soft tissue levels can be controlled, the less invasive procedures have to be performed to
counteract them. Systematic over-augmentation of hard and soft tissues should be the very last option in
esthetically challenging cases.
This presentation will focus on the prerequisites for predictability in such cases by analyzing the biologic
and technical factors contributing to the final result. Clinical scenarios which ease surgical demands,
avoid excessive augmentation procedures and maximize the esthetic and functional long term success are
presented and trained during the hands-on part. Simplify your augmentation!
From 1996 to 1998 he worked as Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Houston, USA, Department
of Periodontics, and did extensive research on dental
implants and regenerative materials.
oslo – 3. mars 2015
Radisson Blu Hotell Scandinavia
Kl. 16.30-20.30
Enkel servering.
From 1999 to 2004 he was Associate Professor at the
University of Würzburg, Germany, Department of Prosthodontics. Currently he is a Visiting Scholar at the University
of Kiel, Germany, Department of Prosthodontics, where he
finished his Ph.D. thesis in 2011. Apart from conventional
fixed prosthodontics and esthetic rehabilitations, his main
focus lies on surgical and prosthetic aspects of prosthetically driven implantology and soft tissue management
upon which he has lectured and published nationally and
internationally.
Dr. Weng is a member of several scientific societies and
serves on the editorial board of the Quintessence journal
”Implantologie”. Since 2004 he has practiced in a private
office in Starnberg, Germany, with a special focus on
implant dentistry and periodontics. He has become Vice
President of the German Society of Dental, Oral and Craniomandibular Sciences (DGZMK) in 2013.
kursavgift:
Forelesning + Hands-On på grisekjever kr. 2.900,(Max 25 deltakere på Hands-On).
Påmelding:
Tlf.: 33 03 57 70
Mail: [email protected]
Unident AS, Postboks 1045, 3194 Horten | Telefon: 33 03 57 70
Fax: 33 03 57 71 | Mail: [email protected] | Web: unident.no

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