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15 ezz el deen mohamed, new nozha, cairo, Egypt

Curriculum

  • Bone Physiology and Metabolism & understanding the wound healing process 
  • Periodontal surgery (types, flap design, suturing techniques and surgical instruments   
  • Treatment options for the “Gummy Smile   
  • Aesthetic & functional crown lengthening 
  • Guided bone regeneration (GBR) 
  • Guided Tissue regeneration (GTR)   
  • Bone grafts & Membrane 
  • Ridge augmentation 
  • Osseous surgery (Reconstructive & Resective) 
  • Managing bone defects and furcation involvement 
  • PRF & PRP 
  • Gingival recession, how to avoid and how to treat 
  • Gingival overgrowth, causes and treatment 
  • Mucogingival surgery 
  • Regenerative periodontal therapy 
  • Soft Tissue Therapy: Biotype, recession classifications, different therapy i.e.: Connective tissue 

     graft, coronally repositioned flaps, semi-lunar, vestibular coronally repositioned flaps, use of

            Emdogain and use of Allografts in treatment of recessions  .

Workshops

  • Different Surgical Flaps techniques (on animal tissues) 
  • Perform all types of suturing (on animal tissues) 
  • Hands-on sessions raising flaps, debridement & Bone Grafting 
  • Hands on periodontal Instrumentation 
  • Soft tissue Grafting workshop 
  • Connective tissue grafting techniques as well as free gingival graft 
  • Bone Graft and GTR  

Instructors: 

Mohamed Wagdy

Assistant lecturer of periodontitics at ain shams university

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Fees & Payment

2500 EGP 

Payments can be done by bank transfer or cash in ASCDE.

Please refer to our refund policy page to learn more http://www.ascde.com/new/refund-policy

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