Ziv Mazor, DMDIsrael

    Tissue Preservation and Development

    Ridge Atrophy Treatment Concepts Utilizing Osseodensification for Sub-Crestal Sinus Augmentation and Ridge Expansion

    Friday, January 18, 2019  • 5:15-6:15pm

    Dental Implants had become an optimal solution for replacing missing teeth. Long term studies validate this treatment option in single as well as complete edentulous patients.

    Bone resorption sometimes makes implant placement a difficult task both in anterior as well as posterior regions demanding advanced surgical regenerative procedures. In some situations  it requires long term treatment with an unpredictable prognosis.

    The presentation will focus on the concept of using new innovative treatment approaches as well as unconventional surgical manipulations dealing with the atrophic ridge.

    Osseodensification enables  the clinician to preserve existing bone and enhance the outcome through a minimal invasive approach. Invasive procedures like lateral window sinus augmentation and GBR block procedures are replaced with a  non invasive osseodensification approach. This treatment modality will also enable the clinician to achieve higher primary implant stability and providing the patient with an immediate load temporary solution.

    Professor Ziv Mazor is the past President of the Israeli Periodontal Society . Since 1993, Prof. Mazor has been engaged in clinical research in the field of Bone Augmentation and Sinus Floor Elevation.

    Prof. Mazor is a renowned author in dental implantology, and is known worldwide for his innovative approaches in cutting-edge procedures and technologies. He is a world known speaker  on bone regeneration and has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally.

    Prof. Mazor is part of the continuing education faculty at the New York University and  an Associate Professor at Titu Maiorescu University in Bucharest, Romania.

    Prof. Mazor maintains a private practice limited to periodontal and implant dentistry in Ra’anana, Israel.