Time: 14:00 CEST
The selection of the hard and soft tissue substitute, as well as its correct clinical management, plays a crucial role in surgical success.
botiss biomaterials provide a series of solutions to avoid or limit the use of autologous tissue in periodontal and peri-implant hard and soft tissue augmentation procedures.
Although the biological basis and the clinical success of these materials have been widely demonstrated in the literature, and confirmed in the daily activities of professionals around the world, there are many differences to take into account in terms of preparation, handling and stabilization of these biomaterials.
The objective is to outline the aspects that the surgeon must consider and analyse when addressing the use of biomaterials in periodontal and peri-implant plastic surgery, providing dentists, periodontologists and implantologists with the theoretical and practical skills to perform
– periodontal regeneration techniques;
– increased volume of soft and hard tissue around the implants.
Speaker: Dr. Martina Stefanini