Unit A – Atraumatic Extraction and Socket Grafting – Cleveland Venue – 7 hours CE

  • January 12, 2018
    7:30 am - 5:00 pm

No prior experience is required.

This course will provide the dental practitioner and their clinical team the didactic and and surgical information required to atraumatically extract teeth and successfully regenerate bone into the tooth sockets immediately after removal.

This 2-day course presents the protocols for atraumatic tooth removal and ridge preservation. Anatomy, histology, and bone loss patterns will be presented. Indications for site preservation versus site augmentation will precede a thorough review of bone graft materials and collagen membrane products. Soft tissue flap design, releasing incisions, proper tissue closure, suture materials and techniques will be covered as well. A thorough review of case selection will provide attendees the ability to select cases that will provide predictable results using the techniques demonstrated in the course. Understanding and applying the fundamentals taught at this course will provide the participant with ideal sites for future esthetic restorative procedures.

Lecture, slides, and video presentations are included in the lecture portion of this program. Additionally, there are live presentations of the techniques learned as well as the “hands on” portion which reinforces those techniques. Bringing loupes and accompanying illumination is recommended.

7 hours CE

Includes continental breakfast, light lunch and refreshments.


Venue Phone: 440-845-7300

8030 Corporate Circle, North Royalton, Ohio, 44133, United States

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