Sinus Grafting for Implant Reconstruction is organized by Pikos Institute and will be held from Aug 16 - 18, 2018 at Pikos Implant Institute Inc, Trinity, Florida, United States of America.
The target audience for this medical event is Dentists. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 23 Credit Hours.
In this course, you will:
• Understand the 7 key principles for predictable sinus bone grafting.
• Describe the science and art of sinus bone grafting via unique interactive lecture-discussion, HD video clips, hands-on workshops and live surgical demonstration.
• Learn from Dr. Pikos’ 25-year experience with sinus bone grafting (more than 1000 sinus grafts performed).
• Experience a warm, friendly and unique environment for increasing diagnostic and surgical skill sets.
• Learn not just the “how to”, but the “why” and “why not”.
Conference Objectives are:
• Describe the Pikos Institute Philosophy for sinus bone grafting as they become confident with the clinical and sequential CBCT evaluation protocol.
• Understand the indications, guidelines and surgical protocols for sinus bone grafting: lateral and crystal approach.
• Perform sinus bone grafting with delayed and simultaneous implant placement.
• Understand the anatomy, biology and wound healing of sinus bone grafting.
• Recognize, manage and prevent intraoperative and postoperative complications associated with sinus bone grafting.
• Pikos Institute Philosophy of sinus bone grafting.
• Sequential 3D digital diagnostic evaluation protocol for predictable sinus bone grafting.
• 7 key principles and algorithms for science-based, predictable sinus bone grafting.
• Biology and wound healing of sinus bone grafting.
• Comparison of autografts, allografts, xenografts, and alloplasts as graft materials for sinus bone grafting.
• Indications and step by step surgical protocol for sinus bone grafting – lateral and crestal approach.
• Comprehensive long-term case presentations (10-20+years).
• Growth factor technology (PRF, PRGF, PRP, rhPDGF, rhBMP-2) in conjunction with sinus bone grafting.
• Risk management issues related to sinus bone grafting.
• Sinus bone grafting in the presence of thickened sinus membranes, polyps, and mucous retention cysts.
• Comprehensive recognition, management, and treatment of intraoperative, early and late postoperative complications.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.