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CE Credits: 2.0 lecture credits
A variety of bone augmentation procedures are currently available at use to the clinician. Techniques of variable complexity can essentially yield favorable results.
The choice of technique to utilize however, is often based on defect site presentation and operator comfort level. This presentation will focus on the use of ridge expansion, guided bone regeneration (GBR), titanium mesh, and autogenous plates. Merits and indications of each technique will be discussed, and clinical cases will be presented that showcase the decision making process involved in treatment planning.
Ehab Moussa, DDS, MsD obtained his Bachelors degree in dentistry from The Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, Egypt in 2009. Subsequently, he joined his father in a specialty practice with a primary focus on dental implant surgery.
In 2012 Dr Moussa joined the periodontics fellowship program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Ohio. Afterwards, he pursued a Masters degree in periodontics and joined the residency program at CWRU.
Recognizing the importance of sound prosthetic principles in a surgical practice, Dr Moussa commenced the implant prosthodontics fellowship program at Louisiana State University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Currently Dr Moussa maintains a full time private practice position in New Orleans, Louisiana. His services are limited to periodontics, dental implant surgery, and prosthetics.
Teaching is a passion for Dr Moussa. He has lectured nationally and internationally on topics that include; Hard and soft tissue augmentation around implants, partial extraction therapy, and periodontal plastic surgery.
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University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine designates this activity for 2.0 continuing education credits.