CE Credits: 2.5 Hour(s)
Intended Audience: Dentists, Specialists, Expanded Function Dental Assistants, Dental Hygienists, Dental Students
Date Course Online: August 1, 2020
Last Revision Date: N/A
Course Expiration Date: August 1, 2021
Cost: FREE to view (does not include continuing education credits); Registration is still required.
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Osseodensification, an evidence-based approach to osteotomy preparation that enhances implant stability and bone density without compromising healing. This lecture will present the biomechanical, histological healing timeline, and clinical data of Osseodensification. It will discuss bone plasticity and its clinical effect and will also cover the clinical versatility of this novel technique including Sinus Auto Grafting, Ridge Expansion, and Guided Expansion Ridge Augmentation. Several clinical protocols will be outlined.
Salah Huwais, DDS holds a Certificate in surgical Periodontics and Implantology from the University of Illinois at Chicago along with a Diplomate status in both the American board of Periodontology and the American Board of Implantology. Dr. Huwais is actively involved in teaching as well as biomechanical and clinical research. He serves as an adjunct clinical assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, Dental Implant Fellowship Program. He has published on periodontal regeneration and Bone instrumentation and its related clinical outcome. He is the founder of Osseodensification and has lectured on it extensively, both nationally and internationally. He is married with 2 children, who occupy almost all of his free time.
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University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine designates this activity for 2.5 continuing education credits.