Navigating the transition from natural teeth to implant placement is a pivotal aspect of clinical decision-making, since tooth extraction is one of the most common procedures performed in the human body. This process begins with tooth extraction that invariably leads to a series of biologic events which if not managed properly may lead to atrophy of the alveolar bone. Clinicians face a myriad of choices influenced by patient and site characteristics, often in the context of time constraints, material considerations, and established protocols. Elevating treatment predictability hinges on evidence-based choices underscored by thorough risk assessment. In an era increasingly attuned to both rapid care and efficient procedures, the pursuit of immediacy resonates with patients and clinicians alike. This presentation serves as a guide to help and navigate the protocols based on pivotal risk factors demanding assessment for informed decisions. Delving into the nuances of immediate versus delayed implant placement, decision regarding the timing of implant placement, the precise implant positioning, the decision to graft the horizontal gap between the implant and socket, and the need for soft tissue augmentation will receive consideration in this presentation. Crucially, the presentation discusses implant provisionalization using both conventional and digital techniques. Influence over outcomes is not limited to technique alone; material selection (implant characteristics, graft materials, and biologics) can influence the outcomes. The presentation will address the integration of digital dentistry into the workflow.
Dr. Zadeh is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and Implant Surgery. He graduated from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) with a BS degree, followed by Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from USC Ostrow School of Dentistry. He completed post-doctoral clinical training in periodontology, as well as a PhD degree in immunology, at the University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC) School of Dental Medicine and School of Medicine, respectively. Dr. Zadeh is internationally recognized for his clinical and scientific expertise. He has lectured nationally and internationally in over 40 countries at prestigious conferences on topics ranging from aesthetics to minimally invasive periodontal and implant surgery, as well as tissue engineering. Dr. Zadeh has published over 100 journal articles in peer review journals, reviews, abstracts, and book chapters. Dr. Zadeh served as president of the Western Society of Periodontology (WSP) in 2017. Dr. Zadeh directs the VISTA Institute for Therapeutic Innovations, with blended educational pedagogy on a variety of clinically relevant topics. He maintains a private practice of periodontology and implant surgery in Southern California.
Experienced Progress Line userin clinical applications since November 2018. Published article “one-year clinical experience with progressive line implants”; EDI Journal, April 2020. Further clinical studies in progress
|9:00 AM – 9:30 AM||Registration|
|9:30 AM – 9:45 AM||Introduction|
|9:45 AM – 11:00 AM||Management of extractions sockets with intact bone and tissues (Dr. Homa Zadeh)|
|11:00 AM – 11:15 AM||Coffee Break|
|11:15 AM – 13:15 PM||Do’s and don’ts during immediacy featuring Conelog Progressive Line implants (Dr.Martin Ruppin)|
|13:15 PM- 14:15 PM||Lunch|
|14:15 PM – 15:30 PM||Management of extraction sockets with damaged bone and/or deficient tissues (Dr. Homa Zadeh)|
|15:30 PM – 15-45 PM||Coffee Break|
|15:45 PM – 17:00 PM||Management of advanced cases requiring full arch reconstruction (Dr. Homa Zadeh)|
|17:00 PM – 17:30 PM||Closing and Q&A|