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September 21, 2020

EthOss Academy set to explore putting EthOss in different spots

 

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Two leading experts in the field of dental surgery and implantology are set to host a one-hour webinar exploring the topic of placing EthOss bone graft material in different areas.

Professor Dr David Ngeow and Dr Peter Fairbairn will be co-hosting the webinar on Monday 28 September 2020, sharing their own experiences of placing EthOss in extraction sockets, dehiscence, fenestration, tenting and pathological sites.

Professor Dr. David Ngeow is currently a lecturer at the Departmment of Oral and Maxillofacial Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Malaya and has published 170 papers in local and international journals.

Dr Peter Fairbairn is co-founder of EthOss and is a global expert on bone regeneration, with with extensive published research in materials and surgical protocols for bone repair without the use of donor animal and human products.

Dr Fairbairn, said: “It’s great to be joining forces with Professor Dr. David Ngeow – a prominent figure in the Malaysian dental industry and a highly experienced dental surgeon – to co-host this one-hour webinar.

“Synthetic bone graft materials such as EthOss address many of the problems practitioners face with allograft and xenograft materials, including the ability to remove the use of a traditional collagen membrane.

“Together, Prof. Dr Ngeow and I will be exploring this topic in more detail and sharing our own experiences of placing EthOss in different sites, such as extraction sockets and dehiscence defects.

“It’s set to be a fascinating discussion and I’m thrilled that the EthOss Academy is bringing this topic to our audiences around the globe.”

The webinar will take place on Monday 28 September, 2:00pm – 3:00pm (BST) / 9:00pm – 10:00pm (MYT).

Register for the webinar here