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BONE GRAFTING FOR COMPLICATION MANAGEMENT & PREVENTION

BONE GRAFTING FOR COMPLICATION MANAGEMENT & PREVENTION

$595.00Price

$395 (early registraion by 7/29/24) **Enter code "FRD200" at checkout screen to save $200! 

 

During this course, the attendees will learn the followings:

 

  • Review of implant complications; surgical and prosthetic, Identification, management and prevention
  • CGF (concentrated growth factors) and PRF (platelet rich factors) as a membrane and fibrin glue technology
  • Implications on wound healing, hemostasis, swelling and pain management will be presented
  • Venipuncture, collection of blood specimens using butterfly and angiocatheter techniques.
  • General Information

    *Course Brochure Download*

     

    Topic: 

    “Bone Grafting in Implant Dentistry as an Adjunct for Management and Prevention of Complications” - Clinical, surgical and prosthetic considerations

     

    Course Speaker: 

    Bassem Farid, DDS, OMFS

    Clinical Instructor of Global Academy of Osseointegration (GAO), Pacific Implant Academy (PIA)

     

    Date/Time: 

    • August  18, 2024 (SUN) 9:00AM - 5::00PM

     

    CE units earned: 

    7 CEU  

     

    Tuition: 

    $595

    $395 (early registraion by 7/29/24) **Enter code "FRD200" at checkout screen to save $200

     

    Location: 

    World Academy of Dental Education

    (Young's Dental Training Facility 1F)

    13043 166th Street

    Cerritos, CA 90703

     

  • Speaker

    Bassem Farid, DDS, OMFS

    Clinical Instructor of Global Academy of Osseointegration (GAO), Pacific Implant Academy (PIA)

     

    Dr. Bassem Farid began his studies at UCLA with undergraduate B.S. in Biology with departmental honors in Biology in 1987 –1992. He earned his DDS degree in 1992 –1996 and continued onto his general practice residence at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Wadsworth, 1996 –1997. Dr. Farid attended Alameda County Medical, Highland Hospital 1998 –2002, completing his residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

     

    Dr. Farid’s research includes: The Branchial Cleft Anomaly: A review and case report, Repair of Acquired helical Rim of Ear Defects: A review of literature and case report of a single stage approach, Gunshot wound to mandible and stage lip reconstruction using the Bandoneon local flap, a case report. Dr. Farid’s special interests include sports, world travel and daily exercise.

  • Course Objectives

    Bone grafting is essential for site development in dental implants and optimizing the alveolar ridge for dental prostheses. Applications include ridge preservation, horizontal alveolar augmentation, maxillary sinus grafting, and periimplantitis management.

     

    Bone graft materials, such as allograft, autograft, and xenograft, often have a granular consistency. When mixed with the patient’s autologous blood, these materials become easier to handle and more effective, enhancing growth factors at the surgical site. This improves wound healing, hemostasis, swelling, and pain management.

    During this course, the attendees will learn advanced clinical methods to successfully manage and prevent various complications and the followings will be addressed in detail: 

    • Review of implant complications; surgical and prosthetic, Identification, management and prevention
    • CGF (concentrated growth factors) and PRF (platelet rich factors) as a membrane and fibrin glue technology
    • Implications on wound healing, hemostasis, swelling and pain management will be presented
    • Venipuncture, collection of blood specimens using butterfly and angiocatheter techniques.
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