A New Approach to Soft Tissue Regeneration

Sydney, AUSTRALIA

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From: 6:45 PM Wednesday, 11 May, 2022

Registration opens at 6:00 PM

To: 9:30 PM Wednesday, 11 May, 2022

TOTAL CPD AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT: 2.5 HOURS

2.5 CPD HOURS

This event includes information on the following topics:

The intended audience for this event includes:

Have you missed out?  Please email education@geistlich.com.au to be added to the waitlist and/or be informed of upcoming courses.  We have an online hands-on course on Wednesday, 18 May 2022.

The gold standard treatment for soft tissue volume deficiencies involves the harvesting of autologous connective tissue, usually from the palate.  Harvesting of connective tissue can be somewhat technically challenging and is associated with donor site morbidity (i.e., pain, bleeding, and risk of infection).  Geistlich Fibro-Gide is a novel xenogeneic biomaterial designed specifically for soft tissue regeneration.  It is a porcine-derived, porous, resorbable, and volume-stable collagen matrix which encourages angiogenesis and supports the ingrowth and formation of new connective tissue.  This can now be achieved without the need of tissue harvesting; offering an exciting new alternative for connective tissue grafts.

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Dr Tino Mercado

(DocMedDent, GCClinDent (Oral Path-UQ), MDSc (Perio), MRACDS, PhD, FPFA, FICD)

(DocMedDent, GCClinDent (Oral Path-UQ), MDSc (Perio), MRACDS, PhD, FPFA, FICD)Tino has been a Periodontist for more than 20 years with private practices in Penrith and the Blue Mountains (Specialis...

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Dr Ehsan Mellati

DDS, DClinDent (Perio) (Melb)

Dr Ehsan Mellati has obtained his undergraduate dental degree with first class honors and subsequently worked in public and private sectors for few years. His growing interest in periodontology and...

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THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dentists, Students

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  • Full Program
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