San Mateo County Dental Society (CA)

SMCDS Member Symposium: Arch Reconstruction; SDF; Gingival Grafting

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Date
August 8, 2019
Time
6:45 PM - 9:30 PM
Location

SMCDS Headquarters

525 Veterans Blvd., Ste 102

Redwood City CA, 94063

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Please join us for an evening of short form and rapid-fire pearls, quick tips, tools, warnings, complications, secrets, every day useful knowledge and networking. We have gathered some of the SMCDS’ finest dentists to share their expertise.

The 2019 symposium format will be similar to a TED Talk. We will have three speakers present for 30 minutes, each.

Thu 8/8

Bruce Bohannan, DDS, MD

Full Arch Reconstruction: A Paradigm Shift in Thinking in Implant Dentistry

7p-9:30p
 

SMCDS
Seminar Room

525 Veterans
Redwood City

 

Includes generous appetizers
 

1.5 Core CE

You will be provided a basic histological and physiological understanding of the maxillary antrum and pathological conditions that affect subantral grafting as well as presenting surgical.

Oanh T. Le, DDS

Three Years of Silver Diamine Fluoride

What is SDF??  SDF adoption  SDF clinical evidence  SDF clinical use
SDF mechanisms  SDF follow-up

 

Stephen W. Nelson, DDS

Subpedicle & Subepithelial Connective Tissue Grafting

 

Soft tissue grafting is done to increase the zone of gingiva and hopefully attain root coverage in selected cases. Various techniques have been developed to make the procedure less invasive and increase predictability. The subpedicle connective tissue graft is a type of subepithelial graft that provides increased blood supply to the underlying connective tissue and therefore increased predictability. Dr. Nelson will discuss his article on the subpedicle CT graft from the Journal of Periodontology in 1987 and show numerous long-term results stretching out to 19 years. The presentation will be directed toward specialists in periodontics but will be particularly helpful to general dentists as well as orthodontists who have an interest in periodontics.