Title: New tendencies for alveolar reconstruction in modern implant dentistry
Appropriate bone tissue engineering in all three dimensions enhances not only the longevity and outcome of dental implant ,but also the aesthetic performance of long-lasting restorations.
The knowledge of bone biology and physiology is crucial for successful bone regeneration. Therefore,The purpose of this presentation is to make the participant think biology first. The presentation will review the natural healing process of the bone and the sequence of events needed for stable and excellent bone regeneration. This process will then be discussed and compare with the present materials and technologies. We will also introduce intergrated soft tissue handling and suture techniques that will allow the coronal advancement of both buccal and lingual flaps for tension-free primary wound closure and prevention of wound dehiscence.