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Hyaluronic Acid in Mucogingival and Periodontal Sugery | Webinar | 28.05.2020
Hyaluronic Acid in Mucogingival and Periodontal Sugery
Hyaluronic acid (HA) has recently been introduced in reconstructive periodontal soft tissue surgery due to its biologic properties, which favor periodontal wound healing and regeneration. Data from preclinical studies have shown that HA significantly increases the tensile strength of granulation tissue, stimulates blood clot formation, induces angiogenesis, and enhances wound healing properties of cell types involved in soft tissue wound healing. Recent clinical data also suggest that the use of HA either alone or in conjunction with autogenous soft tissue grafts may lead to excellent root coverage of single and multiple recession gingival recessions, which histologically may be accompanied by periodontal regeneration (i.e. formation of root cementum, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone).
The aims of this webinar are:
1. To present the biologic rationale of using HA in reconstructive periodontal surgery.
2. To illustrate how HA can be integrated into reconstructive periodontal surgery, with special emphasis on the use of the modified coronally advanced or laterally closed tunnel technique, based on clinical case presentations and a surgical video.
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Lecturer: Anton Sculean, Professor and chairman of the Department of Periodontology and Executive Director of the School of Dental Medicine, University of Berne, Switzerland.
Qualifications: Dentists and assistants
Keywords: HA, periodontal surgery
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Bio-PRF & Bio-Heat | Webinar | June 3rd 2020
Updates in Platelet Rich Fibrin:
Biological Background to Clinical Applications and Introduction to Novel Bio-Heat Technology
Over the past 10 years, platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) has seen a steady increase in utilization for a variety of medical procedures due to its lack of anti-coagulation factors favoring fibrin clot formation and faster wound healing.
More recently, further research has demonstrated that horizontal centrifugation of PRF (Bio-PRF) additionally favors wound healing by incorporating higher populations of white blood cells and progenitor cells within the PRF fibrin matrix leading to higher growth factor release within local micro-environment. Novel protocols have shown 4 to 10 fold increase in cells and new possibilities to extend the resorption of PRF from few weeks to 4-6 months, using Bio-Heat technology.
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Lecturer: Richard MIRON, DDS, MSc, PhD, Dr. med. dent.
Course no: 2020-08
Qualifications: Dentists, MD and VD (Vet)
Keywords: Bio-PRF, Bio-Heat, GTR, GBR
Price: Coming soon
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Biological Effect of Hyaluronic Acid on Tissue Regeneration
Lecturer: PROF RICHARD J. MIRON
Is Hyaluronic Acid a new Emerging Aid in Regenerative Procedures?
Lecturer: PROF DARKO BOŽIĆ
Treatment of a Deep Mandibular
PROF ANTON SCULEAN
Periodontitis, Mucositis, Peri-Implantitis – Non-Surgical Treatment Strategies For Biofilm Related Diseases
Lecturer: DR MARIO ROCCUZZO, PROF SIGRUN EICK, PROF ANDREA MOMBELLI, PROF VINCENZO IORIO-SICILIANO, PROF ANDREA PILLONI
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