Presented by International Speaker Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli and hosted by the Toronto Implant Institute. Periodontitis is a multifactorial disease caused by pathogen oral microbiota and related to individual predisposing factor such as genetic susceptibility and negative life styles. Advanced cases may experience tooth migration, flaring of the frontal teeth and loss of occlusion. Aim of the course will be to discuss the different treatment
options when an interdisciplinary approach is needed, focusing on the rationale for the orthodontics-restorative-periodontics interaction (biology, timing, clinical aspects). The regenerative therapy of infrabony defects adjacent to migrated teeth will be deeply discussed. Gingival recessions and lack of attached gingiva are indications to
periodontal plastic surgery. Connective tissue graft is the gold standard for root coverage. Recent researches developed tridimensional matrix as alternatives to CTG in order to limit
morbidity. The clinical indications to CTG will be discussed, along with the most modern surgical techniques. Moreover, the indications to the use of collagen matrix, its characteristics and its clinical management will be focused.
Three day course offers 20 CE Credits.
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