Hands-on cadaver intensive course in advanced implant surgery: hard and soft tissue management

Barcelona, 8-10 February 2018

DATES: 8-10 February 2018

This course is comprised of cadaver sessions over 3 days, these sessions will highlight different techniques and allow the participant to complete all course topics below in a hands-on environment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of this course participants will understand advanced grafting techniques and placement
techniques for the Zygoma Implants.


COURSE TOPICS INCLUDE
• Bone Block Grafts.
• Onlay Grafts.
• Guided Bone Regeneration.
• Alveolar crestal split technique for horizontal augmentation.
• Maxillary Sinus lifting and grafting, Laterial approach and Nasel Floor elevation and grafting.
• Alveolar nerve laterialization and transposition.
• Placement of Tilted Implants to avoid anatomic structures – Zygoma Implants.
• Soft Tissue Management in Implantology.

DIRECTOR
Dr Federico Hernández-Alfaro MD, DDS, PhD, FEBOMS
Professor & Chairman Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.
International University of Catalonia.


COORDINATORS
Dr Jorge Bertos Quilez. DDS. MSc.
Associate professor. Department of oral and maxillofacial surgery.
International University of Catalonia.


Dr Daniel de Ribot Martínez. DDS., MSc
Associate professor. Department of oral and maxillofacial surgery.
International University of Catalonia.


UIC Team: Dr Federico Hernández Alfaro, Dr Jorge Bertos, Dr Daniel de Ribot, Dr Albert Barroso,
Dr Octavi Ortiz, Dr Paul Altuna, Dr Juan Zanon, Dr Marc Quevedo Pou, Dra Susana García,
Dr Gerard Torroella, Dra Raquel Guijarro, Dr Samir Aboul Hosn, Dr Carlos Pogliafito, Dra Nuria Farré,
Dra María Luisa Augé, Dr Jorge Masía, Dra Sandra Barrio,Dra. Adaia Valls.

DURATION
3 days


VENUE
Barcelona
Spain


LANGUAGE
English

FROZEN CADAVERS
ADVANCED


DATES
8-10 February 2018

REGISTER NOW:
Instradent Spain
Phone: +34 916 623 435
info.es@instradent.com
www.instradent.es


Hands-on cadaver intensive course in advanced implant surgery: hard and soft tissue management