Freitag, 3. Juni 2011
12:00 Uhr

Live-Webinar: The science of Laser-Lok microchannels: what we know now

Referent(en): Prof. Dr. John Ricci

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The science of Laser-Lok microchannels: what we know now

Prof. Dr. John Ricci

Kontroversen und Innovationen in der Implantologie Kritische Expertenbewertung neuester klinischer Studienergebnisse.

1. Symposium im KHI – Powered by BioHorizons

Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten!

Im Fokus:

  • Kontroversen und Innovationen in der Implantologie Kritische Expertenbewertung neuester klinischer Studienergebnisse

Thema:

  • The science of Laser-Lok microchannels:  what we know now

Join us for two days to discuss some of the hottest topics in implant dentistry, including treatment planning, immediate placement and restoration. One of the most exciting advancement in implant dentistry is the discovery of optimized microtexture surfaces for dental implants.

The result of over 20 years of in vitro, animal and human study, this uniform, organized surface has been shown through SEM analysis and human histology to inhibit epithelial downgrowth, attach functionally-oriented connective tissue and minimize crestal bone loss. During this program, Dr. Ricci will discuss the pivotal role this advancement plays in treatment planning and long-term esthetic results.


Veröffentlichungsdatum: 03/06/2011
Verfügbar bis: 03/06/2014

Referent(en)

Prof. Dr. John Ricci

Vita

Dr. Jack Ricci is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomaterials and Biomimetics at NYU College of Dentistry.

He graduated from Muhlenberg College, in Pennsylvania, in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science and earned his PhD from UMDNJ
in 1984. Dr. Ricci has many research interests, one of which is the development of controlled microtexture surfaces for dental implants that promote bone, connective tissue and epithelial attachment. He is one of the developers of the Laser-Lok® microtexture surface.

Dr. Ricci is also working on the development of three-dimensionally printed scaffolds, consisting of permanent and resorbable biomaterials, for replacement and regeneration of craniofacial bone and soft tissue structures. He has published over 75 research-related articles, book chapters and books.

 

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