CDE Hours: 21
Tuition: $2,999 + HST
September 27-29, 2019
Do you have patients that require soft tissue grafting? Do they ask if it is serious, complain of the appearance or sensitivity of their teeth? Periodontics has changed. It’s not just scaling and pocket reduction surgery. Today’s patients need more and they want you, the Dentist they trust, to take care of them. This course will teach you how to perform the soft tissue grafting procedures that your patients require. This course has been condensed to three exciting days retaining only the most relevant, useful information to allow the participant to receive the most educational value of any periodontal program available today. If you are looking to add soft tissue grafting to your skill set, don’t miss this course!
The Ti-Max Soft Tissue Grafting Course is designed to give participants a comprehensive understanding of the three main soft tissue grafting techniques used in dentistry today- The Epithelial Graft, The Connective Tissue Graft and The Allograft Connective Tissue Graft. Participants will learn the indications for grafting, when to use each technique, and in three separate hands-on labs will perform these grafts on pig’s jaws.
You will learn:
- Medical Evaluation of the Patient
- Surgical Anatomy
- Physiology of the Periodontium
- The Concept of Biologic Width
- Gingival Biotypes
- Advanced Micro-Suturing Techniques
- The Epithelial (Free Gingival Graft Technique)
- The Connective Graft Technique
- The Allograft Connective Tissue Graft Technique
You Will Perform on Models and Pig’s Jaws:
- Complex Advanced Micro-Suturing Techniques
- Epithelial Grafting
- Connective Tissue Grafting
- Allograft Connective Tissue Grafting
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Ti-MAX Periodontal Surgery Course
To register please call Chantel at
888-978-1332 or fill in this form
Dr. Sebastiano Andreana DDS MS
Director of Implant Dentistry University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine
Dr. Andreana is Associate Professor and Director of Implant Dentistry at the University at Buffalo, School of Dental Medicine. He also serves as Director of the University at Buffalo Implant Study Club. Previously, was Professor at Loma Linda University, Department of Periodontology.
He graduated in Dentistry from the University of Roma La Sapienza School of Dentistry and obtained a Master in Sciences at the University at Buffalo. From 1990 – 2005 he worked as chief Investigator at the Periodontal Disease Research Center and at the Center for Dental Studies, University at Buffalo.
He was Manager of the Applied Testing Center of Ivoclar Vivadent Inc., Senior manager of Research and Development at the Microbiology Oral Care Division of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and Senior Manager and Head of the Oral Care Microbiology Research and Development of Johnson and Johnson Co.