October 22, 2019

EthOss Academy Webinar – Using EthOss for Socket Preservation and Immediate Implant Placements in the Aesthetic Zone

Date: Wednesday 13th November 2019
Time: 7pm – 8pm
Registration: click here

We are delighted to announce another webinar from the EthOss Academy to be held on Wednesday 13th November at 7pm – 8pm GMT.

Limited spaces are available – dental professionals can register for free here.

During this webinar, Jonny will be sharing his experiences of using EthOss bone grafting material for socket preservation and with assisting immediate implant placements in the aesthetic zone. The discussion will include several case studies, showing how these techniques can be best used to achieve predictably successful results.

The discussion will include:
• Tips for achieving optimum EthOss particulate integrity and retention, thereby ensuring predictable bone regeneration
• Acknowledgement of the challenges in immediate implant placements, including the importance of thorough site degranulation and considered flap design
• Jonny’s treatment protocols for socket preservation and immediate implant placements in the aesthetic zone
• Case studies showing consistently reliable results via careful clinical application

About the speaker:
Dr Jonathan Cochrane (GDC No. 228321)
BDS, MFGDP(UK), MFDS RCS, CertConSed, MSc (Dental Implantology), CertImpDent (DGZI)

Jonny is an ambitious young implant dentist who has been placing and restoring dental implants for 5 years now, regularly performing all aspects of dental implant surgery; including staged bone grafting, sinus surgery, guided bone regeneration and immediate full arch implant bridges. He is particularly passionate about being able to rebuild his patients smiles; working in the aesthetic zone with immediate implant placements.

Jonny is the Principal of a 6-surgery, 9x dentist, private dental practice right in the heart of Bristol, open 7 days/week. He also places implants in High Wycombe and Bournemouth as a visiting dental implant surgeon and places over 200 implants/year, both bone and tissue level. He has recently started to become more involved with the teaching side of implant dentistry and relishes the unique challenges with which it presents.

Limited spaces are available – dental professionals can register for free here.

Please note this webinar is a specialist presentation intended for dental professionals only, it is not a suitable event for the general public.