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New horizons for pre-implant reconstruction of atrophic edentulous ridges with CAD/CAM Customized Titanium meshes

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Different reconstructive procedures are nowadays available to allow implant placement also in the presence of severely atrophic partially or totally edentulous ridges, such as GBR with particulate grafts and resorbable or non-resorbable membranes or autogenous bone block grafts. These procedures are both reliable but sometimes time-consuming and very technically demanding in terms of adaptation and fixation of the grafts, both particulate or in blocks.

Prof. Matteo Chiapasco

45 Min Lecture + 15 Min Q&A

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Prof Matteo Chiapasco

45 Min Lecture + 15 Min Q&A

Different reconstructive procedures are nowadays available to allow implant placement also in the presence of severely atrophic partially or totally edentulous ridges, such as GBR with particulate grafts and resorbable or non-resorbable membranes or autogenous bone block grafts. These procedures are both reliable but sometimes time-consuming and very technically demanding in terms of adaptation and fixation of the grafts, both particulate or in blocks.

Recently, customized, CAD/CAM titanium meshes are available on the market with the aim of offering on one hand results similar to those obtained with the traditional reconstructive procedures, and on the other a relevant simplification of the surgical procedure. 

The production of these  Ti-Meshes is in fact performed on personalized 3-D models obtained by CBCTs of the atrophic area of each patient allowing an extreme precision and simplification of the adaptation of the mesh to the defect to be reconstructed.

Course Objectives:

The aim of this webinar is to show clinical details and results of  this new reconstructive modality 

The Author

Prof Matteo Chiapasco

Graduated in Medicine and specialized in maxillofacial surgery at the University of Milan, Italy.

Professor, Unit of Oral Surgery – Department of Biomedical, Surgical, and Dental Sciences,  University of Milan – Italy

Visiting Professor, Loma Linda University, Los Angeles, California , USA from 2007 since today

Visiting Professor, University of Vienna (Austria) from 2004 to 2016

Member of the European Board of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons, Active Member EAO, ITI Fellow and President Italian Section ITI (2007-2011), President  Italian Society of Oral Surgery (2002-2004), President Italian Society of Osseointegration (2014-2016), Founder of the Italian Academy of Osseointegration (IAO).

Referee for Clinical Oral Implants Research, International Journal of oral and maxillofacial Surgery, and European Journal of Oral Implantology.

His main fields of interest are oral and maxillofacial surgery, with particular focus on orthognatic surgery and advanced preprosthetic surgery (reconstructions for severe atrophy, tumor defects, trauma sequelae, congenital malformations). He has extensively lectured on these topics in the last 25 years all over the world. 

He is the author of approximately 300 publications on Italian Journals and 101 on international, peer-reviewed journals.

H- Index = 45 (Scopus Citation overview 2020).

He is the author and co-author of approximately 15 textbooks, some of them translated in more than 10 languages.

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New horizons for pre-implant reconstruction of atrophic edentulous ridges with CAD/CAM Customized Titanium meshes

Different reconstructive procedures are nowadays available to allow implant placement also in the presence of severely atrophic partially or totally edentulous ridges, such as GBR with particulate grafts and resorbable or non-resorbable membranes or autogenous bone block grafts. These procedures are both reliable but sometimes time-consuming and very technically demanding in terms of adaptation and fixation of the grafts, both particulate or in blocks.

Prof. Matteo Chiapasco

45 Min Lecture + 15 Min Q&A

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