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GEISTLICH PHARMA AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

Education Program


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Dear valued customer, We strongly believe that education is a “Key to success” and I am therefore pleased to present to you our comprehensive course program for 2017. We are delighted to have again a number of international top experts in the dental field coming to Australia in 2017 to share their experience and knowledge. We will also offer a series of courses with renowned national speakers to complement our attractive educational program for 2017 and to be able to cover even more topics in various therapeutic areas. In order to give you an idea what you can expect I would like to share some comments of your colleagues who attended one of our courses in 2016: “Geistlich courses are always excellent. Presenters are knowledgeable and approachable. Excellent. Well done again!” Karyn Becconsall-Ryan, Oral Surgeon, NZ “Very useful information that you would take into practice straight away. Presenter was great in delivering messages.” Perry Papacostas – General Practitioner, QLD “Excellent presenter providing evidence based clinical recommendations.” Praveen Nathaniel – Prosthodontist, VIC “Best 1-day course on peri-implantitis I have been to in recent years.” Jane Pellew – General Practitioner, SA One of the highlights in 2017 will be the 1st Osteology Australasia Symposium, which will be held in Melbourne from 2-3 June 2017. These two days offer an excellent platform to learn from 14 national and international experts in the field of regenerative dentistry during practical hands-on sessions and evidence-based lectures. On behalf of the entire Geistlich Pharma Australia/NZ team I look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming educational events in the near future. Best regards,

Tobias Kuenzler Marketing and Clinical Science Manager E: tobias.kuenzler@geistlich.com.au

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LOCAL AND REGIONAL COURSES

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Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli Sydney

Monday 6 March 2017

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Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli Perth

Wednesday 8 March 2017

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Dr. Mahnaz Syed

Brisbane

Saturday 1 April 2017

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Dr. Anand Patel /

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Thursday, 20 July 2017

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Dr. Dax Calder

Sydney

Friday 18 August 2017

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Dr. Brent Allan

Wanaka, NZ

27-29 August 2017

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Dr. Mahnaz Syed

Melbourne

Friday 8 September 2017

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Prof. Carlo Maiorana

Perth

Monday 11 September 2017

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Prof. Carlo Maiorana

Brisbane

Wednesday 13 September 2017

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Prof. Carlo Maiorana

Sydney

15-16 September 2017

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Dr. Daniel Benson

Perth

Tuesday 17 October 2017

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Prof. Francesco Cairo

Brisbane

Thursday 16 November 2017

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Prof. Francesco Cairo

Melbourne

Saturday 18 November 2017

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Prof. Francesco Cairo

Sydney

Monday 20 November 2017

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Dr. John Giblin

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LOCAL CONGRESSES ANZAP

Perth

8-11 March 2017

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Osteology Australasia

Melbourne

2-3 June 2017

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AesthetiCon

Sydney

20-21 October 2017

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INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES AND COURSES Further details available on page

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LEVEL 1 This course focuses on the overall concepts and basic principles of the procedure LEVEL 2 This course requires previous knowledge, experience and existing skills in the subject LEVEL 3 This course is aimed at advanced practitioners who want to perfect their knowledge and skills in the subject LECTURE Theoretical lectures and presentations of case studies will be shown at this event HANDS-ON This course will involve hands-on demonstrations and hands-on training in the subject LIVE SURGERY This course will involve live patient surgery demonstrations PIG JAWS The hands-on component of this course will be practiced on pig jaws SHEEP HEADS The hands-on component of this course will be practiced on sheep PLASTIC MODELS The hands-on component of this course will be practiced on plastic models CADAVERS The hands-on component of this course will be practiced on human cadavers FOOD Catering is provided at this event CPD Hours Geistlich courses provide scientiďŹ c CPD hours

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Local and Regional Courses

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EXTRACTION SOCKET MANAGEMENT / GBR

Current Concepts in the Preservation of Ridge Volumes Presenter Dr Daniele Cardaropoli (Italy) DDA, Cert Perio Turin

Locations Sydney Monday 6 March 2017 Perth Wednesday 8 March 2017

From both the histological and anatomical point of view, the alveolar bone is a tooth dependent structure that develops in conjunction with eruption, and its topography is determined by the form of the teeth and their axis of eruption. In the first phase of remodelling of the buccal/lingual walls of extraction sites, the bundle bone is resorbed due to the lack of nutritive support from the periodontal ligament and replaced with woven bone. Consequently, the socket’s walls will reduce in both vertical and horizontal dimensions. This resorption may lead to aesthetic and functional disadvantages that can compromise future implant placement since, in order to have a correct endosseous implant positioning, an adequate volume of the bone ridge is essential. Current knowledge suggests to augment fresh extraction sockets rather that to wait for spontaneous healing and perform further guided bone regeneration. Different techniques have been presented in literature in order to preserve the post-extraction site, including the use of barrier membranes, 3D matrices and bone fillers. An “open-healing” approach is nowadays commonly used, combining a proper management of soft tissues with biological integration of biomaterials. This course is designed for practitioners with an interest in expanding their treatment options for extraction sockets.

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Dr Daniele Cardaropoli Doctor in Dentistry and Certificate in Periodontology at the University of Torino, Italy. Active Member of Italian Society of Periodontology, European Federation of Periodontology, Italian Society of Osseointegration and Academy of Osseointegration. International Member of the American Academy of Periodontology. Scientific Director of PROED - Institute for Professional Education in Dentistry (Torino). Winner of the “Goldman Award” of the Italian Society of Periodontology and of the “National Award” of the Italian Society of Orthodontics. Member of the Editorial Board of The International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, and of American Journal of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics. Author of several articles published on peer-reviewed journals, he focused his interest on Periodontology, Implant Dentistry, Regenerative Therapy and Ortho-Perio Interdisciplinary treatment. Private practice in Torino, Italy.

Venue Details CITY

LOCATION

Monday 6 March 2017

Sydney

Park Hyatt Sydney 7 Hickson Road The Rocks NSW 2000

Wednesday 8 March 2017

Perth

The University Club of Western Australia Hackett Drive, Crawley WA 6009

DATE

Course Details

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Time

Registration 8.30am Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm

Cost

$995 including morning/afternoon tea and lunch All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

CPD

6 Scientific CPD hours

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EXTRACTION SOCKET MANAGEMENT / GBR

Everything you need to know about Ridge Preservation - and beyond Presenter Dr Mahnaz Syed (WA) BDS,DGDP, FDSRCS, M.Clin.Dent MRDRCSED, MRACDS

Locations Brisbane Saturday 1 April 2017 Melbourne Friday 8 September 2017

Extracting teeth is part of everyday clinical practice, we now know that once the tooth has been removed the inevitable consequence is bone loss. Ridge preservation has been scientiďŹ cally shown to maintain ridge volumes once teeth have been removed. This program will look at the scientiďŹ c rationale of preserving existing bone as well as atraumatic tooth extraction by means of Piezosurgery, techniques for hard tissue augmentation to preserve ridges and soft tissue management using contemporary biomaterials. This exciting hands on course is perfect for those who want to achieve optimal results for their patients. Following, a step by step decision-making tree will be shown, which will allow the user to gain predictable results to maintain bone ridge dimensions and gain keratinised tissue. The protocols can be implemented for treatment plans in every day clinical practice involving any situation of restorative care for patients.

This course is designed for anyone interested in expanding their treatment options for extraction sockets.

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Dr Mahnaz Syed Dr Mahnaz Syed qualified from Guys Dental School in 1992 and obtained her Diploma in general dental surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons England. Mahnaz commenced her specialist training at the Royal London Dental Hospital in 1998 and gained her specialist M.Clin.Dent with distinction in 2001, she holds a fellowship and membership qualifications from the Royal College of Surgeons England. She worked as a specialist periodontist in London and clinical lead in mucogingival surgery and implant soft tissue augmentation at the Royal London Hospital. Mahnaz continued her research at the Royal London Dental hospital completing a three year treatment study investigating prognostic factors in relation to treatment outcomes in patients with aggressive periodontitis. Mahnaz has been in Perth Western Australia since 2007 and runs a successful specialist periodontal and implant practice. Her specialist interests lie within minimally traumatic extractions, bone surgery and both hard and soft tissue augmentation for teeth and implants.

Venue Details CITY

DATE

LOCATION

Saturday 1 April 2017

Brisbane

The Hilton Brisbane 190 Elizabeth Street Brisbane QLD 4000

Friday 8 September 2017

Melbourne

Melbourne CBD

Course Details

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Time

Registration 8.30am Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm

Cost

$895 including morning/afternoon tea and lunch All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

CPD

6 Scientific CPD hours

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SAV E $ EA 100

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EXTRACTION SOCKET MANAGEMENT / GBR

Regenerative Therapy for Extraction Sockets with Predictable Restorative Outcomes Presenter Dr Anand Patel (NT/Fiji) Dr John Giblin (NSW)

Location Natadola (Fiji) Thursday 20 July 2017

This is a didactic, clinically-oriented course that will equip the attendee with the necessary knowledge and skills ready to apply on return to the surgery. Topics covered will include: • Dento-alveolar anatomy relevant to regenerative therapies • Physiology of bone and changes at a histological level after extraction • Intervening physiology to change pathway from resorption to regeneration • Planning for preservation before extraction or attempting to regenerate after extraction? • Techniques for ridge preservation including the atraumatic dental extraction • Guided bone regeneration procedures after extraction sites have healed The lectures will comprise extensively of case presentations to support and illustrate the contents. There will be a discussion on materials, suturing and instrumentation followed by ridge preservation handson exercises on plastic jaw models. There will also be an opportunity to discuss advanced regenerative approaches after the lectures. This course is designed for general practitioners who are keen to expand their treatment options for extraction sockets in a warm climate.

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Dr Anand Patel BDS (Adel.) , M.Clin.Dent. (Pros. with Dist.), MSc (Oral Impl) Dr Anand, a Fijian achieved a Bachelor of Dental in 1996 from a scholarship at the University of Adelaide. For the next 10 years he worked in private practise, taught at the local dental school and as an accredited dental surgeon at the private hospital in Fiji. In 2008, he obtained a Master of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics, with distinction from The Kings College, University of London. In 2014, he completed Post Graduate Anatomical Surgical Training at the Anatomy Department of the Medical University in Vienna. In 2015 he also obtained a Master of Science in Oral Implantology, from the Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Dr Anand currently lives in Darwin, Northern Territory and is engaged full time in private practice.

Dr John Giblin BDS, MDS, FRACDS (GDP), Diplomate ICOI In a career spanning 40 years, Dr John Giblin has placed several thousand implants, grafts and sinus lifts. Dr Giblin is a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, a member of the Ambassadors’ Circle for contributions to the ICOI, a member of the Academy of Osseo Integration, the Australian Osseo Integration Society, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry. He has published and lectured extensively on Planned Extraction Therapy and Immediate Implant Placement following extraction, both locally and internationally. Dr Giblin has a special interest in the field of Oral Rehabilitation, which includes complex restorative and implant-supported prosthodontics. He elects to remain in general practice in Hornsby (Sydney), with an emphasis on complex oral rehabilitation which includes oral tissue reconstructive procedures.

Venue Details CITY

DATE Thursday 20 July 2017

Natadola (Fiji)

LOCATION Inter Continental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

Course Details

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Time Cost

Registration 8.30am - Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm

CPD

6 Scientific CPD hours

$1,690 (early bird $1,590) incl 2 nights accommodation with breakfast, lunch on the course day, airport transfer and course fee. (Flights not included). All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

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EXTRACTION SOCKET MANAGEMENT / GBR

Optimising Pre-Implant Bone Volume in the Anterior Aesthetic Zone Presenter Dr Dax Calder (WA) BDSc, MDSc (Perio), MRACDS (Perio)

Locations Sydney Friday 18 August 2017

The A-Z of Tooth Extraction, Ridge Preservation and Guided Bone Regeneration This practical course will provide the participants with an overview of the most important aspects around ridge preservation. To understand the fundamental principles of the biology of extraction socket healing is crucial and will be reviewed under the aspect of current scientiďŹ c knowledge. In order to estimate the degree of surgical diďŹƒculty a pre-extraction assessment is important, which will be discussed in depth. A further important decision is when and how to use a piezotome and periotome. In the course also techniques to preserve the facial alveolar plate and for ridge preservation will be highlighted and when guided bone regeneration should be considered. All aspects will be trained in a practical part on pig jaws. This course is designed for practitioners with an interest in expanding their treatment options for extraction sockets.

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Dr Dax Calder Dax Calder is a periodontist in full time private practice in West Perth, Western Australia. He completed his BDSc in 1990 and MDSc in 1997 from the University of Western Australia. In 1998 he completed further graduate studies at UCLA. He has lectured nationally and internationally to general dentists, graduate students and specialists; with a particular focus on case selection, risk assessment and skills development in the ďŹ eld of implant-related augmentation techniques. His current research interests include the use of peptide hydrogels in alveolar ridge augmentation for the optimisation of implant aesthetics. He currently holds dual Associate Professor appointments in post-graduate surgical implant training programmes at the University of Sydney and the University of Western Australia.

Venue Details DATE Friday 18 August 2017

CITY Sydney

LOCATION CBD

Course Details

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Time

Registration 8.30am Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm

Cost

$895 including morning/afternoon tea and lunch All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

CPD

6 ScientiďŹ c CPD hours

Registration T 1800 776 326 E info@geistlich.com.au

SAV E $ EA 100

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MAJOR BONE AUGMENTATION

Science in the Snow Wanaka, New Zealand

Premium Ice Driving Experience Presenter Dr Brent Allan BDS (NZ), MDSc (WA), FRACDS, FFDRCS (IREL), FDSRCS (ENG)

3 CPD Hours

Date – August Location Wanaka, New Zealand

Strictly limited to participants

Sunday Lecture

Monday Lecture

The changing face of bone grafting for orthognathic surgery

Contemporary concepts and grafting techniques for soft and hard tissues in implant dentistry

Traditional grafting of osteotomies used autologous bone from the iliac crest and more recently bone grafts from the mandible. Contemporary techniques now involve the use of xenografts alone or in combination with autologous bone to bridge continuity defects. Xenografts are also now used to aid in contouring defects in the mid face and mandible. These modalities will be discussed with the aid of clinical examples.

Experience not designed for the faint-hearted.

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This lecture will discuss decision making in regenerative therapy. Ridge preservation techniques, horizontal and vertical bone augmentation, sinus lifting and grafting in combination with simultaneous implant placement will be review and discussed. Adequate soft tissue management is a further critical aspect to enhance long term predictability of dental implants, which will also be covered in this lecture.


Presenter Presenter

DrDr Brent BrettAllan Allen TBA Dr. Allan graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science from the University of Otago, New Zealand in . He gained his Masters in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery from the University of Western Australia in . His surgical training took place in Australia, the UK and USA. Dr. Allan is currently working as a Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in private practice. His previous International appointments include Consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Washington, Seattle and the Children’s Hospital and University Medical Centre in Seattle, USA. His previous National appointments include Consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Fremantle Hospital. Dr. Allan is currently the Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Department at St John of God Hospital Subiaco. He was awarded the Medical and Optical Martin Travel Scholarship in . His areas of surgical special interest include surgical correction of dentofacial deformity, maxillofacial reconstruction and advanced osseointegrated implant techniques. Dr. Allan has presented lectures and surgical training programmes in Australia, South East Asia, the USA and England. Dr Allan also has several literature contributions including scientific articles and text book chapters.

Program Sunday

August

PM Arrival at Queenstown airport in the afternoon

Monday

Evening Scientific Program CPD including presentation . hrs and dinner

OR Optional partner activities ( - hrs)

Evening Scientific Program CPD including presentation . hrs and dinner

August

AM Full day ice driving experience

Tuesday

PM Transfer to the mountain resort

August

AM Transfer back to Queenstown airport

Optional Activities (Price On Application) Saturday Sunday

Monday (non-driving partners)

Central Otago wine tasting tour Cromwell race course

Husky sled dog tour Snow mobile tour Snow shoe tour Cross country ski package

Registration Enquires

Cost AUD $ ,

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catering, full day ice driving Includes return transfers from experience, scientific lectures. Queenstown airport to mountain resort, nights accomodation, Partners: AUD $8 includes upgraded deluxe transfers and all meals Optional helicopter transfer available (POA)

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EXTRACTION SOCKET MANAGEMENT / GBR

Post-Extraction Implants and Soft-Tissue Management around Implants Presenter Prof Carlo Maiorana (Italy) MD, DDS

Locations Perth Monday 11 September 2017 Brisbane Wednesday 13 September 2017

The possibility to place implant immediately after tooth extraction or within a few weeks later is considered as a reliable technique. Anatomical parameters have to be strictly evaluated to inverstigate the possibility to take advntage of this procedure. Indications to this technique will be highlighted by means of a literature review and clinical cases. The keratinised tissue around implants is mandatory to guarantee a reduction of complications of soft and hard tissue at the level of placed implants. Different technique of soft tissue reconstruction can be applied, including soft tissue substitutes. The different options will be explained together with a simple classification of the indications to the procedures. Practitioners will have the unique opportunity to Develop their skills“ both theoretical and practical, in the company of international specialist Prof Carlo Maiorana and Geistlich Biomaterials, the Leaders in Dental Bone and Tissue Regeneration.

This course is designed for practitioners with an interest in expanding their treatment options for extraction sockets and soft-tissue management.

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Prof Carlo Maiorana Professor Carlo Maiorana obtained his degree in medicine and surgery in 1982. He then specialised in Stomatology in 1985 and in Orthodontics in 1987. He is a Professor and Chairman of the Department of Oral Surgery and Implantology at the University of Milan School of Dentistry, Italy. He is the Director of the Post Graduate School in Orthodontics at the University of Milan and the Director of the Center for Edentulism and Jawbone Atrophies, Fondazione Policlinico, at the University of Milan. Further he is the president of the Italian Society of Specialists in Oral Surgery (SISCOO) and also works in his private practice in Milan. He is author of over 100 publications in international journals and author of five textbooks on advanced osseointegration and oral surgery. His special fields of interest are osseointegration and bone regeneration, oral surgery and orthognatic surgery.

Venue Details CITY

DATE

LOCATION

Monday 11 September 2017

Perth

The University Club of Western Australia Hackett Drive, Crawley WA 6009

Wednesday 13 September 2017

Brisbane

The Hilton Brisbane 190 Elizabeth Street Brisbane QLD 4000

Course Details

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Time

Registration 8.30am Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm

Cost

$1,095 including morning/afternoon tea and lunch All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

CPD

6 Scientific CPD hours

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SAV E $ EA 100

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SINUS AUGMENTATION

Sinus Elevation and Complications A Practical Course on Cadavers Presenter Prof Carlo Maiorana (Italy) MD, DDS

Locations Sydney Friday 15 September 2017 to Saturday 16 September 2017

Sinus elevation is a common procedure to rehabilitate the atrophic maxilla in the posterior area. Alternative procedures to the classical approach have to be considered depending on the anatomy and the compliance of the patients. The course will consist of a theoretical part showing the surgical techniques and timing for sinus elevation and implant placement. A session will highlight on the management of the complications during and after sinus surgery. A hands-on training on human cadaver will complete the course. This course is designed as an introduction to sinus elevation for practitioners with a focus on treatment planning for implant placement.

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Prof Carlo Maiorana Professor Carlo Maiorana obtained his degree in medicine and surgery in 1982. He then specialised in Stomatology in 1985 and in Orthodontics in 1987. He is a Professor and Chairman of the Department of Oral Surgery and Implantology at the University of Milan School of Dentistry, Italy. He is the Director of the Post Graduate School in Orthodontics at the University of Milan and the Director of the Center for Edentulism and Jawbone Atrophies, Fondazione Policlinico, at the University of Milan. Further he is the president of the Italian Society of Specialists in Oral Surgery (SISCOO) and also works in his private practice in Milan. He is author of over 100 publications in international journals and author of five textbooks on advanced osseointegration and oral surgery. His special fields of interest are osseointegration and bone regeneration, oral surgery and orthognatic surgery.

Venue Details DATE Friday 15 September 2017 / Saturday 16 September 2017 (2 - Day Course)

CITY Sydney

LOCATION Sydney Eye Hospital Surgical Wet Lab, North Block 8 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000

Course Details

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Time

Registration 8.30am Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm (for both days) s)

Cost

$1,895 including morning/afternoon tea and lunch All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

CPD

12 Scientific CPD hours

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MINOR BONE AUGMENTATION

Implant Site Management Step by Step from Simple Cases to Complex Scenarios Presenter Dr Daniel Benson (WA) Med. Dent, MOM Implants, M.Sc. Implants, Oral Surg.

Locations Perth Tuesday 17 October 2017

Prosthetically driven implant treatment planning is the gold standard in order to achieve a final implant position that provides the most optimal final restorative result. It is an everyday challenge in implant dentistry, especially when defects are present in the alveolar bone complicating the positioning of the implant and resulting compromise in the aesthetics, function and longevity of our treatment for our patients. Today we have an overwhelming selection of different implant systems, biomaterials and surgical techniques. It is not always easy to determine which system or material to choose, based on the reliability of the material and also ease of use in order to achieve our goals. A lack of knowledge or confidence to choose between the available techniques, particularly in compromised situations, can lead the dentist to exclude implant treatment as part of treatment planning options. Alternatively, they may inadvertently accept a functionally or aesthetically compromised result affecting long term success of the implant and restoration. Topics covered include:  Treatment strategies from straight forward to complex cases.  Guidance in decision making process including the selection of implant systems and materials.

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 Available surgical techniques during the different stages of implant treatment: implant site preparation, implantplacement, implant uncover, and prosthetic treatment options.


Dr Daniel Benson PRACTICE -Lifetime Dental Care SPECIALISED IN - Oral surgery, Implant surgery, Bone and Soft Tissue Grafting, Tooth replacement, Aesthetic dentistry PROFESSIONAL INFORMATIONS - Dr. Benson received his undergraduate dental degree from the Semmelweis University Budapest, Hungary in 2006. He enjoyed private practice as a general dentist in Budapest and Edinburgh for several years prior to receiving his specialist training and master degree of oral medicine in dental implantology and dentoalveolar surgery, at the International Medical College, University of Muenster, Germany 2011 and 2013. From 2012 Dr Benson worked for several dental practices based in Budapest, London Harley Street and in Ireland providing visting dental surgery and impant services. Dr Benson has placed hundreds of implants and is very experienced in sinus graft surgeries and lateral bone augmentation procedures. His dental implant procedure records are showing over all 98.5% success rate. In 2016 Dr Benson relocated to Perth, Western Australia to enjoy a better work-life balance. He has a young family keeping him busy outside of work.

Venue Details DATE Tuesday 17 October 2017

CITY Perth

Course Details

LOCATION The University Club of Western Australia Hackett Drive, Crawley WA 6009

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Time

Registration 6-7pm (including canapès) Lecture 7-9pm

Cost CPD

$195 2 ScientiďŹ c CPD hours

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SOFT-TISSUE MANAGEMENT

Periodontal and Peri-Implant Plastic Surgery Presenter Prof Francesco Cairo (Italy)

Locations Brisbane Melbourne Sydney

Thursday 16 November 2017 Saturday 18 November 2017 Monday 20 November 2017

In the modern Periodontology, Periodontal Plastic Surgery procedures are critical to improve soft tissue conditions at teeth and implants. Among the possible indications, the treatment of gingival recession is very frequent. Several clinical trials have shown the efficacy of different surgical procedures to obtain root coverage and new prognostic factors seem to predict the clinical outcomes of single and multiple gingival recessions. Conversely, the surgical expertise in treatment of mucogingival deformities around teeth has been shift at implant site to improve the final clinical and aesthetic outcomes of dental implants. The present course will highlight the current evidence and surgical strategies in root coverage procedures at single and multiple gingival recessions, the procedures in soft tissue grafting, the efficacy of biomaterials as a soft tissue substitute and the treatments to obtain soft tissue aesthetics around dental implants. This course is designed for practitioners with experience in treating periodontal disease and who want to advance their soft-tissue regeneration skills.

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Prof Francesco Cairo Assistant Professor in Periodontology, University of Florence, Italy. He is the primary author or co-author of several papers indexed in Medline, mostly focused on periodontal plastic surgery at teeth and implants. General Secretary of the SIdP, Italian Society of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry. Winner of several international prizes for clinical research including the H. Goldman SIdP prize form SIdP, the Jaccard prize from the European Federation of Periodontology at Europerio 6 and the R. Earl Robinson Periodontal Regeneration Award from the American Academy of Periodontology in 2013. Private practice limited to Periodontology and Implant Dentistry in Florence, Italy. Member of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology editorial board and referee for several international journals.

Venue Details DATE

CITY

LOCATION

Thursday 16 November 2017

Brisbane

The Hilton Brisbane 190 Elizabeth Street Brisbane QLD 4000

Saturday 18 November 2017

Melbourne

The Dental Solution Australia Level 1, 233 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000

Monday 20 November 2017

Sydney

Aerial UTS Function Centre UTS Building 10 Level 7, 235 Jones Street Ultimo NSW 2007

Course Details

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Time

Registration 8.30am Lecture and Workshop 9.00am - 5.00pm

Cost

$1,095 including morning/afternoon tea and lunch All workshop materials provided. Attendees are welcome to bring own loupes.

CPD

6 ScientiďŹ c CPD hours

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SAV E $ EA 100

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Extraction sockets

Description/Authors

E / Dr. Stephen Chen, Australia

Current Concepts in the Preservation of Ridge id dge V Volumes olum mes E / Prof. Christoph Hämmerle and Dr. Ronald E. Jung, Switzerland

E / Prof. Myron Nevins, USA E / Dr. Karl-Ludwig Ackermann, Germany E / PD Dr. Dietmar Weng, Germany IIP / Dr. Tiziano Testori and Dr. Matteo Capelli, Italy IIP / Dr. Peter Randelzhofer and Dr. Gert de Lange, Netherlands Sinus oor elevation

S / Dr. Beat Wallkamm, Switzerland S / Prof. Zvi Artzi, Israel S / Dr. Pascal Valentini, France

Peri-implant regeneration

PIR/ Dr. P. Stone6FRWODQG PIR/ Dr. C. Andreoni and Dr. T. Meier6ZLW]HUODQG PIR / Dr. Jean-Pierre Gardella and Dr. Christian Richelme, elme, France PIR / Dr. Christian Ramel, Switzerland PIR / Prof. Daniel Buser, Switzerland

Original augmentation

H / Prof. Carlo Maiorana and Dr. Mario Beretta, Italyy H / Prof. Istvan Urban, Hungary

Vertical augmentation

V / Dr. Mauro Merli,WDO\ V1 / Prof. Massimo Simion and Dr. Isabella Rocchietta, a, Italy Italy V2 / Prof. Matteo Chiapasco,WDO\

Periodontal regeneration

PDR / Dr. Pierpaolo Cortellini, Italy

Soft tissue regeneration

STR / Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli, Italy STR / Dr. Michael McGuire and Dr. Todd Scheyer, USA STR / Dr. SoďŹ a Aroca and Dr. Daniel Etienne, France STR / Dr. Stefan Reinhardt, Germany

Management of failures

X / Prof. Anton Sculean, Dr. Georgios Nikou and Dr. Peter Thoolen, Netherlands X / Prof. Frank Schwarz, Dr. Narja Sahm and Prof. JĂźrgen Becker, Germany X / Dr. Michael Norton, England X / Dr. Jean-Louis Giovannoli, France

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Local Congresses


NATIONAL CONGRESSES ANZAP 2017 Speaker William Gianobile, Daniele Cardaropoli + national speakers

Location Perth

Date 8-11 March 2017

Type Symposium

More information www.conference.co.nz/anzap17

OSTEOLOGY AUSTRALASIA 2017 Speaker Pamela K. McClain, Christoph Haemmerle Otto Zuhr, Ki-Tae Koo + 10 national speakers

Location Melbourne

Date 2-3 June 2017

Type Symposium and hands-on workshops

More information www.osteology-australia-nz.org

AesthetiCon 2017 Speaker National and international speakers

Location Sydney

Date 10-11 November 2017

Type Symposium and hands-on workshops

More information www.aestheticon2017.com

ANZOMS 2017 Speaker National and international speakers

Location Sydney

Date 26-28 October 2017

Type Symposium

More information www.anzomsconference.com.au

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OSTEOLOGY AUSTRALASIA - PROGRAM

FRIDAY, 2 JUNE 2017

09.00-12.00

Osteology Research Forum

Hands-on Workshops

Current and future tissue regeneration concepts Saso Ivanoski, Australia

Workshop #1: Christoph Hämmerle, Switzerland Modern clinical concept for the management of bone defects at implant sites

Strategies to obtain research funding Kristian Tersar, Switzerland

Workshop #2: Otto Zuhr, Germany Implant related soft-tissue management - contemporary strategies for biological and aesthetic long-term success

Oral presentations by the five finalists of the poster competition Moderators: Saso Ivanoski, Australia Ivan Darby, Australia Axel Spahr, Australia

09.00-12.00

Workshop #3: Jonathan Leichter, New Zealand Mastering soft-tissue deficiencies Workshop #4/LVD+HLW]0D\ÀHOG, Australia Treatment of peri-implantitis - meeting the clinical challenge LUNCH

Session 1 - Master Clinician Session: Evidence-based Strategies for Clinical Practice Moderator: Stephen Chen Room: Arthur Streeton Auditorium Pamela K. McClain, USA 13.00-13.20 Saso Ivanovski, Australia Stephen Chen, Australia

Welcome and traditional Australian opening ceremony

13.20-14.10 Christoph Hämmerle, Switzerland

How to deal with hard and soft-tissue defects in the aesthetic zone?

14.10-15.00 Otto Zuhr, Germany

Surgery without papilla incision - tunneling flap procedures in plastic periodontal and implant surgery

15.00-15.45

COFFEE BREAK

15.45-16.35 Pamela K. McClain, USA

Periodontal regeneration: advances and limitations

16.35-17.25 Ki-Tae Koo, South Korea

Extraction socket management - the classification and treatment concepts for infected sockets

17.25-17.45 Speakers and moderator

Discussion

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SATURDAY, 3 JUNE 2017 Session 2 - Strategies for Improving the Predictability of Treatment Outcomes Moderator: Saso Ivanovski Room: Arthur Streeton Auditorium 08.30-09.00 Christoph Hämmerle, Switzerland

Decision making in regenerative therapy in the aesthetic region

09.00-09.30 Jamil Alayan, Australia

Predictable regenerative outcomes in the posterior maxilla

09.30-10.00 Chris Evans, Australia

Strategies to improve aesthetic outcomes a prosthodontic perspective

10.00-10.15 Speakers and moderator

Discussion

10.15-11.00

COFFEE BREAK

Session 3 - Strategies for Peri-implant Soft and Hard Tissue Augmentation Moderator: Saso Ivanovski Room: Arthur Streeton Auditorium 11.00-11.30 Otto Zuhr, Germany 11.30-12.00

Michael Danesh-Meyer, New Zealand

Soft-tissue grafting in the spotlight - where do we stand today? Optimising peri-implant soft-tissues to enhance long-term predictability of dental implants

12.00-12.30 Ivan Darby, Australia

Does ridge preservation and simultaneous augmentation actually work?

12.30-12.45 Speakers and moderator

Discussion

12.45-13.45

LUNCH

Session 4 - Strategies for Preventing and Managing Complications Moderator: Stephen Chen Room: Arthur Streeton Auditorium 13.45-14.15 Ki-Tae Koo, South Korea 14.15-14.45

/LVD+HLW]0D\ÀHOG, Australia

Prevention and treatment of peri-implant disease what are the key factors? Regenerative therapies for the treatment of peri-implantitis

14.45-15.15 Greg Peake, Australia

Managing major complications – days you would rather forget

15.15-15.30 Speakers and moderator

Discussion

15.30-16.15

COFFEE BREAK

Session 5 - Managing the Anterior Aesthetic Dilemma (interactive session) Moderator: Stephen Chen Room: Arthur Streeton Auditorium 16.15-16.30 Pamela K. McClain, USA

Introduction and case presentation

Steve Soukoulis, Australia 16.30-17.15 Robert De Poi, Australia Peter Clark Ryan, Australia

Case presentations

17.15-17.45 Speakers and moderator

Discussion

17.45-17.55 Pamela K. McClain, USA

Closing


OSTEOLOGY AUSTRALASIA - WORKSHOPS

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OSTEOLOGY

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP Modern clinical concept for the management of bone defects at implant sites

09:00-12:00 Christoph Hämmerle, Switzerland

Theoretical background:

A$ 490 (before 1st March 2017) A$ 590 (from 1st March 2017)

• Classification of bone defects for simplified decisionmaking • Clinical concept for guided bone regeneration (GBR) of bone defects at implant sites • Indications for the use of different materials and techniques

max. 20 participants

Hands-on part – techniques presented:

Model: 3D-printed real patient models

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• GBR of peri-implant defects at extraction sockets • Guided implant placement in sites with unfavorable bone morphology • Management of extensive peri-implant defects in aesthetic sites

OSTEOLOGY

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP Implant related soft tissue management - contemporary strategies for bio biological and aesthetical long-term success

A$ 490 (before 1st March 2017) A$ 590 (from 1st March 2017)

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max. 20 participants

Model: pig jaw

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09:00-12:00 Otto Zuhr, Germany

This practical workshop, therefore, goes deep into the details of contemporary clinical concepts with regard to the handling and reconstruction of soft-tissues surrounding implants. Alongside the theoretical and practical background the most innovative strategies will be covered and debated extensively with the aim of offering course participants the knowledge required to apply implant therapy successful in daily clinical routine. Last but not least the participants will carry out a series of clinically relevant hands-on exercises with the aid of magnification lenses and under the supervision of Dr. Otto Zuhr.


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GEISTLICH

09:00-12:00 Jonathan Leichter, New Zealand

A$ 490 (before 1st March 2017) A$ 590 (from 1st March 2017)

max. 20 participants

Model: pig jaw

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP 0DVWHULQJVRIWWLVVXHGHĂ€FLHQFLHV The main focus of the course is on the treatment of gingival recession defects using Geistlich Mucograft together with a corronally advanced ap as well as the gain of keratinised tissue. Geistlich Mucograft is speciďŹ cally designed for softtissue regeneration. Its 3D-collagen matrix favours early vascularisation, soft-tissue integration and optimal wound healing. Geistlich Mucograft is the optimal alternative to a softtissue graft for gaining keratinised tissue and root coverage. Geistlich Mucograft and Geistlich Mucograft Seal will be shown as alternatives to autogenous grafts and soft-tissue punch procedures. Advanced suturing techniques is a strong feature of the handson. Practitioners will have the unique opportunity to “Develop their skillsâ€? both theoretical and practical, in the company of Harvard educated Dr. Jonathan Leichter and Geistlich Biomaterials, the Leaders in Dental Hard and Soft-Tissue Regeneration.

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GEISTLICH

09:00-12:00 /LVD+HLW]0D\Ă€HOGAustralia

A$ 490 (before 1st March 2017) A$ 590 (from 1st March 2017)

max. 20 participants

Model: plastic models and pig jaws

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP Treatment of Peri-implantitis - Meeting the Clinical Challenge At the completion of the workshop participants will know • How to diagnose peri-implantitis • How to identify patients at risk for peri-implant disease • The key elements of anti-infective non-surgical, surgical and regenerative treatment protocols • Critical decision making: the choice between resection, regeneration, explantation • Key factors in prevention of peri-implantitis - maintenance care protocols for patients with implants Hands-on workshop will include: • Non-surgical instrumentation • Implant surface decontamination protocols • Surgical techniques for treatment of peri-implantitis – access ap, resective approach • Regenerative procedures for management of periimplantitis defects • Augmenting keratinized mucosa at implant sites • Explantation and residual bone management. Augmentation techniques for future implant placement.

OSTEOLOGY AUSTRALASIA 2-3 JUNE 2017


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Das System Master-Pin-Control ist speziell für die Fixation von resorbierbaren, nicht-resorbierbaren und Titan Membranen entwickelt worden. Dank der scharfen Spitze und der stabilen Konstruktion lassen sich die Pins präzise in kortikalen Knochen einbringen. Die Pins verfügen über ein zusätzliches Mini-Gewinde und sind ein Hybrid aus Schraube und Pin. Das Gewinde ermöglicht ein leichtes und sicheres Entfernen nach erfolgreicher Einheilzeit. Master-Pin-Control Black Edition enthält ein umfassendes Instrumentarium für die sichere Fixierung von Membranen.

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and titanium membranes. Thanks to thesystem sharp tip and the stable design, the pins can be placed precisely in The Master-Pin-Control was developed specifically for the cortical bone. The pins have an additional mini-thread and are a hybrid of screw and pin. The thread allows fixation of resorbable, non-resorbable and titanium membranes. easy and safe removal after the successful healing period. Master-Pin-Control Basic is an entry level system Thanks to set theof instruments. sharp tip and the stable design, the pins can be placed with a reduced precisely in cortical bone. The pins have an additional mini-thread El sistema Master-Pin-Control se ha desarrollado específicamente para la fijación de membranas reabsorbiand are a hybrid of screw pin. The threadconstrucción, allows easy and safe bles, no reabsorbibles y de titanio. Gracias and a su punta afilada y su resistente los pines se pueden removal after the successful healing period. insertar con precisión en huesos corticales. Los pines disponen de una minirrosca adicional y constituyen un

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fixation of membranes.

El sistema Master-Pin-Control se ha desarrollado específicamente para la fijación de membranas reabsorbibles, no reabsorbibles y de titanio. Gracias a su punta afilada y su resistente construcción, los pines se pueden insertar con precisión en huesos corticales. Los pines disponen de una minirrosca adicional y constituyen un híbrido de tornillo y pin. La rosca permite retirarlos de manera sencilla y segura una vez finalizado el periodo de cicatrización. Master-Pin-Control contiene el instrumental completo para la fijación segura de las membranas.

Price $1,751.25 (Including set of 34 pins)

Fixation of Resorbable Membranes, Non-Resorbable Membranes, and Titanium Mesh

Complete Tack Kit Includes: 10 Pins, Autoclavable Organizer, 2 1.8mm Latch-Type Tri-Spade Drills, 2 0.8mm Latch-Type Twist Perforation Drills, 2 0.6mm Latch-Type Twist Perforation Drills, 1 Placement Instrument, 1 Fixation Handle, and 1 Hand Screwdriver

Complete Tack Kit Includes: 34 Pins, Autoclavable Organizer, 2 1.8mm Latch-Type Tri-Spade Drills, 2 0.8mm Latch-Type Twist Perforation Drills, 2 0.6mm Latch-Type Twist Perforation Drills, 1 Placement Instrument, 1 Fixation Handle, and 1 Hand Screwdriver © Dr. Istvan Urban

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International Congresses and Courses


INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES AND COURSES EFP Malta - Perio Master Clinic Speaker Chairman: Korkud Demirel

Location Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta, Malta

Date 3 - 4 March 2017

Course Type Symposium

More information www.efp.org/periomasterclinic/2017

ITI World Symposium - Key factors for long-term success Speaker Prof. Kevin Warwick

Location Messe Basel (Hall 1), Basel, Switzerland

Date 4 - 6 May 2017

Type Symposium

More information www.iti.org/worldsymposium2017

EAO Madrid - 26th annual scientific meeting of the European Association for Osseointegration Speakers Björn Klinge Pascal Valentini Arndt Happe

Location IFEMA Feria de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Date 5 - 7 October 2017

Type Symposia and Hands-on Workshop

More information www.eao.org

Master Course in Prevention and Management of Esthetic Implant Failures Speaker Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser

Location ZMK Bern, Switzerland

Date 10 - 12 May 2017

Type 3 day course with live surgeries

More information www.ccde.ch

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INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES AND COURSES Master Course in Regenerative and Plastic-Esthetic Periodontal Surgery. Treatment of Peri-Implant Infections and Soft Tissue Defects at Implants Speaker Prof. Anton Sculean

Location ZMK Bern, Switzerland

Date 21 - 23 June 2017

Type 3 day course with live surgeries

More information www.ccde.ch

Master Course in GBR and Sinus Floor Elevation Procedures Speaker Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser

Location ZMK Bern, Switzerland

Date 30 August - 1 September 2017

Type 3 day course with hands-on workshop

More information www.ccde.ch

Courses organised by Geistlich Pharma North America More information please visit: http://www.geistlich-na.com/en-us/events/

Courses organised by Geistlich Pharma UK More information please visit: http://www.geistlich.co.uk/en/about-us/courses-and-congresses/

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PERI-IMPLANTITIS: DECISION MAKING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE Prof Lisa Heitz-Mayfield (Australia) 28 MARCH 2017 7:00PM AWST [10:00PM SYDNEY TIME]  

ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING BEFORE SINUS LIFT Dr Michael Norton (UK)             3 MAY 2017 7:00 PM GMT/UTC [4 MAY 04:00AM SYDNEY TIME]  

LONG TERM RESULTS FOR GBR Prof Daniel Buser (Switzerland) 28 JUNE 2017 7:00 PM CEST [29 JUNE 03:00AM SYDNEY TIME]  

MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE ALVEOLAR DEFECTS Dr Isabella Rocchietta (UK) 21 SEPTEMBER 2017 7:00 PM GMT/UTC [22 SEPTEMBER 04:00AM SYDNEY TIME]  

SINUS FLOOR ELEVATION: PREVENTION AND THERAPY OF POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS Dr Pascal Valentini (France) 24 OCTOBER 2017 7:00 CEST [25 OCTOBER 05:00AM SYDNEY TIME]  

TREATMENT OF SINGLE TOOTH EXTRACTION SOCKETS Dr Diego Velasquez (USA) 29 NOVEMBER 2017 7:00 EST [30 NOVEMBER 11:00AM SYDNEY TIME]  

Registration SIGN UP FOR LIVE, FREE AND INTERACTIVE WEBINARS www.geistlich.dental-campus.com

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