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Socket
Preservation

2020 Course

Drs. Trejo, Soldatos, and Stylianou

 

Limited seating available. Register now.

Course Description

Friday, January 17th and Saturday, January 18th

The ultimate goal of this 11/2 days learning experience, is to provide the participants with knowledge, fundamental concepts and principles of bone regeneration. The course will provide specific techniques proven to result in sound, healthy, and robust bone foundation after tooth extraction for future implant placement.

 

The first part of the course (Friday fundamental course) will cover the treatment of posterior tooth sockets and osseous defects. The second day (Saturday advanced course) will expand on the previous knowledge acquired the first day and will cover the treatment of sockets/osseous defects in the aesthetic area including immediate implants.

 

The participant has the freedom to sign up only for the first-day course, but must complete this fundamental course to participate in the second-day advanced course. Participants that have completed one of our previous implant courses can sign up only for the advanced course, if desired.

CREDIT HOURS 

4 Lecture hours

4 Participation hours

Provider ID: 208731

Lecture and Instruction0%
Hands-on Component0%

SCHEDULE

Friday
7:30am-8:00am……….Check-in and Breakfast
8:00am-5:00pm……….Presentation

 

Saturday
7:30am-8:00am……….Check-in and Breakfast
8:00am-5:00pm……….Presentation

Advantages of this Course:

  • Limited to only 10 participants
  • Interactive learning between all practitioners and instructors with questions and discussions of different cases
  • All participants will have individualized attention
  • Each participant will understand the fundamental bone healing principles to confidently perform socket preservation procedures
  • Demonstration and performance of step by step techniques by instructors and participants

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the course, the participants should have the ability to correctly plan, adequately select biomaterials, and effectively utilize various surgical extraction and ridge preservation techniques. Understand the role of immediate implants as treatment of fresh extraction sockets.

Hands-on Exercises:

Participants will use pig jaws and typodonts for practicing techniques for hard- and soft- tissue preservation. Will focus on:

  • Incisions and reflection of mucoperiosteal flaps, correct use of vertical incisions and soft tissue flap management techniques
  • Appropriate instrumentation
  • Suturing techniques

Session Reviews

You guys did an absolutely outstanding job! I am honored to have access to your wealth of knowledge and your generosity in sharing your experience with me. I can’t wait to attend more and learn more. Thank you all again.

– Dr. Mina Tadros

This course has reinforced my bone grafting techniques. I had a lot of questions answered and have more confidence with treating my patients. I’ve known Dr. Trejo for many years and he and his associates did an excellent job with lecture & hands-on practice. I highly recommend this course to anyone to become comfortable with socket grafting procedures. Thank you Dr. Trejo.

– Dr. Eric Noser

I learned a lot in this course. Not only did it give me an overview of the principles associated with ridge preservation, but I also learned about the armamentarium and materials needed. We reviewed real world recommendations on how to simplify the procedure. We had the opportunity to manipulate the membrane and bone. Excellent. Thank you.

– Dr. Liliana Janer

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The Implant Dentistry Study Club of Houston gratefully acknowledges the support of Geistlich Biomaterials.

Faculty

Pedro Trejo, DDS, MS

Pedro M Trejo DDS, MS has certificates in both specialties; Prosthodontics and Periodontics. He received his Certificate and Master’s Degree in Periodontics from The University of Texas in Houston, Texas. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and holds a Clinical Associate Professor position in the Department of Periodontology of the University of Texas, School of Dentistry at Houston

Dr. Nikolaos Soldatos DDS, MSD, PHD

Nikolaos Soldatos DDS, MSD, PHD is an Assistant Professor, Department of Periodontics and Dental Hygiene at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and Board-Certified Periodontist and Implant surgeon from the American Board of Periodontology. Dr. Soldatos obtained his Certificate in Periodontics and Master of Science in Dentistry from the University of Colorado, School of Dental Medicine where he completed his implant fellowship as well

Dr. Popi Stylianou DDS

Popi Stylianou DDS, MS is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontics and Dental Hygiene, at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Dentistry. Dr. Stylianou obtained her Certificate in Periodontics and Master of Science degree from the University of Minnesota, School of Dentistry. In addition, Dr. Stylianou completed a Prosthodontics and Implant fellowship at the University of Minnesota’s implant and Contemporary Dentistry Center

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2600 South Gessner Road
Suite 306
Houston, TX 77063

Please contact Jennifer Henson with any questions

Phone: (713) 266-3030

Email: docptrejo@yahoo.com