Master Class 3 May
Master Class in Advanced Implantology
-Minimal-invasive Implantology-State of the Art
Advanced Methods in Hard Tissue-Reconstruction before Implant Placement and for immediate Implant Placement-State of the Art
Organized and presented by by Scientific-Research Center RADIX, at Tbilisi 5th International Dental Congress
Theoretical seminar, case presentations, operative video demonstrations and practical hands on-courses on phantom models
Master Class: 3 of May 2015 (10:00am-4:00pm)
Theoretical course content:
- Bone Augmentation using a system of human allogen bone substitutes for vertical bone augmentation and immediate implant placement (BONE RING Technique)
- Bone Augmentation using a system of human allogen bone substitutes (ARGON®) for lateral and vertical bone augmentation before delayed implant placement
Practical course content:
- Op-video demonstration
- Case presentations based on long term follow-up
Practical Hands on-courses on plastic models
- Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) using a system of human allogen bone substitutes for vertical bone augmentation and immediate implant placement (BONE RING Technique)
- Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) using a system of human allogen bone substitutes for lateral and vertical bone augmentation before implant placement and for immediate implant placement
Information to the course participants
Optical magnification glasses (if at hand) are to be brought about individually!
The System of Human Allogen Bone Substitutes for Lateral and Vertical Bone Augmentation before delayed implant placement will be provided by ARGON® for all participants.
The applied implant technology will be provided by ARGON® for all participants
The presentations shown in the course can be downloaded from the web site at http://www.curriculumparodontologie.de/. The login information will be provided within the course registration. Each participant will have the access via Internet to a comprehensive manual which compiles Presentation slides from the lectures. This makes following the lecture more enjoyable than having to take detailed notes, and provides an excellent reference back in the office after the course.
Wolf-Dieter Grimm, DDS, PhD, MSc, Professor of Periodontology, Periodontology, Department of Dental Medicine, Faculty of Health, University of Witten/Herdecke, Germany
Diplomate, Periodontology, German Federation of Periodontology (DGP) and European Federation of Periodontology (EFP).
Wolf-Dieter Grimm, male, clinical periodontist, graduated from dentistry, St. Petersburg State University in 1968. He worked for Technical University Dresden, for Academy of Postgraduate Programs in Dentistry Schwerin, and University of Witten, Faculty of Health, Germany since 1991 to date. Since 1992, he became the Chairman of Department of Periodontology, Faculty of Dental Medicine, University of Witten and the director of Dental clinics 1993-97. From 1997-2005, he worked in USA as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Periodontology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As Professor of Periodontology he has decades of experience with the diagnostic and treatment of periodontal diseases.
As PI Prof. Grimm has developed rodent (rat and mice) animal models including animal experimental surgery (titanium chamber model); histological techniques (organ/tissue/cell isolation, fixation, processing for light/scanning electron microscopy, embedding, sectioning, specific/differential staining) and radioactive labeling in vivo/in vitro, autoradiography for the investigation of periodontal regeneration. Since 2006 he focused on the Stem cells in Advanced Regenerative Periodontology and Dental Implantology and got some important success. In standardized animal model, he can investigate periodontal and alveolar bone regeneration in nude rat. Nowadays he and his clinical team is developing new techniques for vertical and horizontal augmentations of alveolar bone defects using human allogenic bone substitutes as carrier material for human ecto-mesenchymal stem cell-enriched palatal-derived tissues in patients. Prof. Grimm has been awarded three times with the Colgate-Research Award. Since 2010 Prof. Grimm is running a privat practice “Praxisteam Hasslinghausen” spezialized on Advanced Periodontology and Dental Implantology in cooperation with Dr. M.A. Vukovic. Since September 2014 Prof. Grimm is additionally working as Distinguished Gottfried Herder Exchange Program Professor of Stomatology (Germany) at Stavropol State Medical University (Russian Federation).
17 articles in Textbooks, Editor of Textbook, 87 Publications in peer-reviewed national and international Journals, 3x Member of Journal Boards, 2x Winner of Awards from Dental Societies.