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Our Webinars

The more you know, the more you can grow. Here are our latest webinars to help you advance your practice in True Host Bone Regeneration.

Long-term Outcomes with EthOss: True Host Bone Regeneration

Resorption and total replacement by host bone is one of the key benefits of modern synthetic graft materials. The absence of any long-term residual graft particles allows the site to benefit from being able to remodel and turnover into new bone over time, adapting to the loads placed upon it by a dental implant. This tends to result in excellent long-term outcomes as graft sites will usually improve over time from both a hard and soft tissue perspective.

During this webinar, Dr Peter Fairbairn and Dr Michael Ainsworth will display a variety of case studies from a long-term perspective, with final results usually being reported at 5 years or more. This is an excellent opportunity to assess the long-term viability of modern synthetic graft materials and the benefits of True Host Bone Regeneration techniques.

Cases will be shown using a variety of techniques and procedures including buccal grafts, ridge preservation, sinus augmentation and tunnel grafts. Dr Ainsworth will also show a variety of cases using his innovative PDS “tenting” technique to increase graft stability.

Immediate Implant Placement with Immediate Loading – Dr Costa Nicolopoulos

Dr Costa Nicolopoulos has been a full-time specialist in Maxillo-Facial & Oral Surgery since 1991. To date, he has placed over 40,000 dental implants.

In this webinar, Dr Costa will discuss his experiences of using EthOss bone grafting material in immediate implant procedures. He will share some of the most complex cases including Zygomatic implant cases which have achieved excellent outcomes and offer his insight on how you can develop your techniques. Cases include subcrestal sinus lifting using EthOss with the Versah Osseodensification system and will be shown in both the aesthetic and the posterior zone.

Costa will demonstrate how these techniques can be best used to achieve predictable and reproducible successful results.

Using a Modern Regenerative Approach to Treat Cysts and Apicectomies – Dr Peter Fairbairn

The treatment of cysts and apicectomies has traditionally been a challenging procedure with a risk of infection and failure using traditional graft materials.

Modern approaches, involving synthetic graft materials such as EthOss, are opening up new possibilities for the treatment of these cases. As these materials are completely resorbed and replaced by host bone they provide a stable platform for both the site and the adjacent teeth long-term.

During this webinar, Dr Peter Fairbairn shares his experiences of using EthOss in the treatment of cysts and apicectomies. He looks at numerous case studies showing the tools, techniques, and materials being used in this practice.

Using EthOss with Titanium Membranes – Dr Nicolas Widmer

Titanium membranes can be an effective method of increasing site stability, particularly in large or challenging cases where soft tissue pressure could impact the outcome of graft procedure.
During this webinar Dr Nicholas Widmer (Switzerland) shares his experiences of using EthOss bone grafting material in conjunction with titanium mesh membranes, looking at the tools and techniques he has utilised in a variety of successful cases.

He also gives a fantastic live demonstration showing you how to apply the EthOss and place the titanium membrane (skip to 37:24).

New Cases, New Lessons – Dr Peter Fairbairn

Join Dr Peter Fairbairn for a discussion of his latest cases using EthOss® grafting material.

Featuring a selection of case studies that have never been presented before, this webinar will showcase EthOss being used in both complex and routine regeneration cases.

Specific cases will include:
• buccal defects
• cysts and apicectomies
• sinus augmentations
• peri-implantitis
• socket grafting

“Lockdown and Covid have presented many problems for dentistry but it has been encouraging to see so many patients in my practice over the last 6 months receiving bone grafts and implants. This has given us the opportunity to continue pushing and refining our techniques with modern alloplast materials with very interesting results. It will be great to share these new cases with an audience and hear your feedback and comments”
– Dr Peter Fairbairn

Upregulating host healing: the benefits of combining synthetic graft materials with active oxygen – Dr Peter Fairbairn and Dr Hans Beekmans

During this webinar, Dr Fairbairn and Dr Beekmans show a variety of case studies that demonstrate the benefits of combining modern synthetic graft materials with active oxygen to upregulate host healing.
The discussion includes a detailed analysis of both the materials and techniques which allow clinicians to work with the body’s healing processes to optimise results.

Augmentation in the Lower jaw – Expectation vs Reality – Dr Ignas Antanavičius

About the webinar:
Lateral augmentation in the mandible is often used to improve the quantity of bone during dental implant procedures.
Bone grafting in the mandible however brings many challenges, particularly in the posterior region, which can lead to complications. Sometimes the clinician may expect to generate new host bone as a result of the graft procedure but will only find an increase in soft tissue thickness. But is this a complication? Maybe this is enough to have stable tissues around implants in the long-run?
During this webinar, Ignas will show several different clinical cases and discuss outcomes three months after augmentation.

About the speaker:
Ignas graduated with a master of dentistry at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. He completed his residency in the Maxillofacial department of LUHS Kaunas Clinics and obtained an Oral surgeon degree. During everyday clinical practice Ignas focuses on implantology, bone and soft tissues management.

The Use of EthOss with Tissue Level Implants for Improved Outcomes – Dr Andrew Fish

About the webinar:

There has been a recent resurgence in the use of Tissue Level implants by many dentists, including those who have preferred their usage for some time, even in the aesthetic zone.

Recent improvements in implant design have been a part of this, with major manufactures developing systems with novel features which have been a driving factor in this shift. When combined with modern synthetic graft materials, such as EthOss, these treatments give impressive results – particularly from a soft tissue perspective.

In this webinar, Dr Andrew Fish will be discussing tissue level implants for improved outcomes.

Andrew has been a fan of tissue level implants for many years and is highly experienced in the skills needed to optimize results alongside the use of EthOss. During this webinar he will discuss these implant systems and how to achieve predictable, stable results.

About the speaker:
Specialises in oral surgery and dental implants, Bracken & Barrett, St. Helier, Jersey.
Hon. Senior Clinical Lecturer in Oral Surgery and Implantology, Edge Hill University. Affiliate and Mentor at Implant Centres of Excellence, Salford Quays, Manchester. Andrew was appointed a Specialty Dentist in Oral Surgery and Restorative Dentistry at Manchester Dental Hospital in 2012. He is an elected member of the British Association of Oral Surgeons and the Association of Dental Implantology.

Managing Emergence Profiles with EthOss – Dr Peter Fairbairn and Dr Stuart Kilner

About the webinar:

In this webinar, Dr Peter Fairbairn and Dr Stuart Kilner will be discussing new techniques for improving emergence profiles using EthOss in a variety of different clinical cases.

The discussion will include:
• Methods for managing and improving emergence profile
• Utilising new technologies, combined with EthOss, to improve patient outcomes
• Showcasing these techniques in a variety of cases including both immediate and delayed-immediate placements
• Managing emergence profile alongside the socket shield technique

Dr Peter Fairbairn biography:
Dr Peter JM Fairbairn has been at the forefront of placing and restoring dental implants since 1991. He is a Visiting Professor at the Detroit Mercy University, School of Dentistry, USA and has successfully placed many thousands of dental implants along with over 6,500 bone grafts.

Dr Fairbairn is a global expert on bone regeneration. His research on synthetics has led to breakthroughs that not only enabled the patients to have their own host healing for the restoration of the bone needed for dental implants but have also provided patients with a more ethical alternative. He speaks globally on the topic in over 30 countries.

Dr Stuart Kilner biography:
Dr Stuart Kilner graduated from the University of Manchester, since then he has developed his surgical and prosthetic skills working predominantly with dental implants and related restorative prosthetics.

He is currently completing a 2 year Postgraduate Master of Science Degree in Advanced Implantology from the prestigious University of Barcelona, Spain.

He has spoken in the UK at ADI (Association of Dental Implantology) events and Internationally in Munich and Israel on the topic of Full-Arch Implant Therapies.

Requirements:
This is intended for dental professionals only, it is not a suitable event for the general public.
1 hour of verifiable Enhanced CPD is available to UK-registered dental professionals watching the live broadcast.

Putting EthOss in Different Spots – Prof Dr David Ngeow

About the webinar:
Synthetic bone graft materials have previously been reported to be inferior in comparison to allograft and xenograft materials. One of the problems of synthetic bone graft is volume resorption, which causes the grafted site to become less stable. The introduction of calcium sulphate-based synthetic bone grafts address some of these issues; in addition, one great advantage of EthOss bone graft material is the ability to remove the use of a resorbable membrane. In this presentation, Prof. Dr. Ngeow shares his experience of placing EthOss in different spots, namely extraction sockets, dehiscence and fenestration, tenting and pathological sites.

Prof. Dr. Ngeow biography:
Professor Dr. David Ngeow is currently a lecturer at the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Malaya. He graduated from the University of Malaya in 1992. He later became a Senior House Officer at the Queen Victoria Hospital, England, where he obtained his Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He subsequently returned to Malaysia and was a pioneer lecturer at the then newly established Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He became a lecturer at the University of Malaya in 2000. He has published 170 papers in local and international journals. He is currently an editorial board member of the Annals of Dentistry of the University of Malaya.

Requirements:
This is intended for dental professionals only, it is not a suitable event for the general public.

Evolving with EthOss, from Basic to Complex Cases – Dr Ludwig Hansson

In this Webinar, Dr Ludwig Hansson describes his journey with EthOss. From everyday small cases to more complex cases such as sinus lift procedures, large defects in the aesthetic area.
He also reveals practical tips and tricks as part of his presentation.

About the speaker:
Ludwig graduated from the University of Gothenburg as a general dentist in 2002 and from the University of Malmoe as a board-certified prosthodontist in 2011. He has been placing implants since 2008.
Today his focus is in implant dentistry, both surgically and prosthetically. He runs a referral clinic in the heart of Gothenburg and has become an educator of implantology since 2015. He regularly welcomes colleagues into his practice for mentoring.

Treating Periodontal Infrabony Defects with EthOss – Dr Renukanth Raman

Is it always necessary to extract teeth with severe periodontal conditions?  Modern graft materials have allowed us to revisit our treatment protocols, using new techniques to regenerate lost bone and retain more of the patients’ own teeth.

Watch this webinar to hear from Dr Renukanth Raman, Malaysia, on his experiences of successfully treating infrabony periodontal defects with Guided Tissue Regeneration using the latest generation of synthetic bone grafting materials.

During the presentation Dr Raman will discuss:
• Current evidence for material selection for GTR – why EthOss?
• Suggested protocol for treating infrabony periodontal defects with EthOss
• Several case studies showcasing these techniques

About the speaker:
Dr Renukanth Raman
BDS (Mal), MClinDent (Perio) (Mal)

Obtained Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree in 2003 from the University of Malaya. Completed post-graduate training in Periodontology in 2012 from University of Malaya and currently practicing as Specialist in Periodontics & Oral Implantology with the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Executive Member of the Malaysian Society of Periodontology and Member of the International Team for Implantology.

Immediate Full Arch Cases including Nazalus and Zygomatic Implants with EthOss – Dr Verena Toedtling and Dr Riz Syed

Nazalus and Zygomatic implants can provide an effective treatment alternative for compromised maxillary cases, particularly when combined with bone grafting procedures.

During this webinar Dr Riz Syed & Dr Verena Toedtling will discuss using these implants in immediate full arch cases, with the presentation covering:

• Full arch immediate loading in the resorbed maxilla
• Reducing complications with zygomatic implants
• Nazalus implants and grafting
• Future-proofing full arch implants with EthOss

About the speakers:
Read Riz’s biography here: https://ethoss.dental/mentor/riz-syed/

Read Verena’s biography here: https://ethoss.dental/mentor/verena-toedtling/

Maximise Your Success with True Bone Regeneration – Dr Peter Fairbairn

With proven success rates of over 99% and no need for collagen membranes, “True Bone Regeneration” is a significant shift in the practice and delivery of bone grafting.

During this webinar, Dr Peter Fairbairn will discuss “True Bone Regeneration” with a particular focus on the relatively simple surgical techniques and mindset needed to achieve optimal outcomes. This will include a selection of documented case studies, including several new cases which have not been presented previously.

The presentation will include:
• Why “True Bone Regeneration”? Overview of research and personal experiences
• Graft material selection – how to choose?
• Removing the traditional collagen membrane
• Applying this ethos to a wide variety of clinical situations, including numerous long-term case studies from the speaker and several new cases

Biography of the Speaker
Peter is visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (Mi., USA) and Director of Education of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) as well as past president of the London Dental Fellowship.

He has placed Dental Implants since 1991 at the Scarsdale Dental Clinic in West London and has performed over 6,500 successful graft procedures with synthetic materials. He has written numerous published articles, Pubmed studies (both clinical and animal) as well as chapters in two published books. He has lectured in over 30 countries globally in the last 10 years.

🇪🇸 Watch the webinar with Spanish translation 

🇮🇹 Watch the webinar with Italian translation

My Ethos with EthOss – Dr Wasim Fazel

During this webinar, Dr Wasim Fazel will be giving an overview of the bone grafting tools and techniques he uses in his implantology practice to achieve predictable, consistent results. The presentation will include:

• Choice of graft material and the relative benefits and drawbacks of xenografts, allografts and synthetics
• Utilising modern synthetics (EthOss) to achieve predictable and consistent results
• Advice on the preparation, mixing and application of EthOss
• A wide variety of clinical cases from the speakers own personal experience

About the speaker:
Dr Wasim Fazel BDS MFGDP RCS (Eng) MSc Implantology (Goethe), D.I.C.O.I

Wasim has been involved in Implantology since 2008. Having completed his certification from Illapeo, he started his own practice in Ilford which he still runs today.
Since 2010, he was taken on to be a mentor for the NEOSS implant system and started to regularly tutor dentists in the placement and restorative aspect of implantology. He has continued this mentorship until today where he now teaches all aspects of the NEOSS and NEODENT System.

Wasim completed his MSc in Implantology, and was also awarded the Diploma from the International Congress of Oral implantologists, and is now an accepted tutor for the MSc course at Goethe University in Germany.

Wasim started using EthOss in 2015 and has continually advocated its use in various institutions such as the Perio Academy and more recently in Germany. He has lectured on various topics in implantology, including augmentation techniques.

Vertical and Horizontal Augmentations with EthOss – Achieving Predictable (but Realistic) Results – Dr Peter Fairbairn

During this webinar, Dr Peter Fairbairn will discuss achieving both vertical and horizontal bone regeneration with EthOss, with a specific focus on achieving predictable results whilst employing innovative surgical techniques.

The webinar will cover:
• Reviewing a series of cases, both in the maxilla and mandible, showing vertical and horizontal augmentations
• A range of innovative techniques to increase graft stability
• Managing your (and your patients) expectations – how much vertical / horizontal growth in a single procedure is realistic?
• Managing complications and layering

Biography of the Speaker
Peter is visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (Mi., USA) and Director of Education of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) as well as past president of the London Dental Fellowship.

He has placed Dental Implants since 1991 at the Scarsdale Dental Clinic in West London and has performed over 6,500 successful graft procedures with synthetic materials. He has written numerous published articles, Pubmed studies (both clinical and animal) as well as chapters in two published books. He has lectured in over 30 countries globally in the last 10 years.

Sinus Augmentation and EthOss – Treatment Protocols, Challenges and Solutions – Dr Andrew Fish

Sinus augmentation can be an effective treatment option for the placement of dental implants in the maxilla, where the low level of the sinus cavity and lack of host bone presents complications.

During this presentation, Dr Andrew Fish (UK) will be discussing his experience with EthOss bone grafting material in sinus augmentation. The webinar will include numerous clinical cases from the speaker using both horizontal and vertical sinus augmentation techniques.

The discussion will focus on:
• Recommended treatment protocols
• When to place the implant – simultaneous with grafting or delayed?
• Using EthOss in the sinus – mixing, placement and results
• Challenges and solutions in sinus grafts
• Post-operative management, medication and patient guidance

Biography of the speaker:

Mr Andrew T. Fish BDS(Glas) MFDS RCS(Edin) PGCertImp(Salford)
Dentist with a special interest in oral surgery and dental implants, Bracken & Barrett, St. Helier, Jersey.
Hon. Senior Clinical Lecturer in Oral Surgery and Implantology, Edge Hill University.
Affiliate and Mentor at Implant Centres of Excellence, Salford Quays, Manchester.

Andrew graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2006. He went on to do a two-year speciality training programme at the Edinburgh Dental Institute, which involved rotations between different dental specialities and during this time he passed his MFDS examination and became a member of the Royal College of
Surgeons.

After GPT he worked as a member of the West of Scotland Oral and Maxillofacial team for two years. He continued within the speciality for a further three years in the North West of England. He was appointed a Specialty Dentist in Oral Surgery and Restorative Dentistry at Manchester Dental Hospital in 2012.

He has been involved with dental implants since his GPT years and in addition to his hospital-based hands-on training, Andrew is an elected member of the British Association of Oral Surgeons and the Association of Dental Implantology.

Immediate Implant Placement and Loading in the Aesthetic Zone – New Concepts and Innovations – Dr Dominic O’Hooley

Immediate placement in the aesthetic zone has traditionally been viewed as complicated and risky, however, two new innovations are making these procedures more predictable. During this webinar, Dr Dominic O’Hooley will discuss the use of EthOss, a unique synthetic bone grafting material, in combination with Inverta implants – a novel implant that offers high primary stability in immediate placements without compromising bone growth and aesthetic outcomes. Dominic will demonstrate the synergy between the two innovations with several case presentations, showing how they have effectively worked together in immediate placements in the aesthetic zone, immediate bridges, immediate lower incisor placements and replacing a failing implant on a bridge.

About the speaker

Dominic is a highly experienced dentist who has been placing and restoring dental implants for many years and undertakes all aspects including bone grafting, sinus surgery, guided bone regeneration and immediate full arch implant bridges. He has a particular interest in working within the aesthetic zone, crestal sinus augmentation and immediate implant placements. Dominic lectures nationally around the UK, teaches for The Campbell Academy and regularly welcomes colleagues into his practice for mentoring.

Advanced Bone Grafting Techniques with EthOss – Dr Peter Fairbairn

Join Dr Peter Fairbairn for this online presentation looking at using EthOss in challenging, advanced grafting procedures where “routine” techniques may not be sufficient.

Based on case studies from his own clinical experience, Dr Fairbairn will be showcasing a range of innovative techniques including:
• “Tenting” with resorbable sutures to increase graft stability
• Tunnel grafting
• Using EthOss to treat cysts and apicectomies
• Combining EthOss with densification burs

Delegates can register for this event free of charge using the link below. The webinar will include a Q&A opportunity with Dr Fairbairn.

About the speaker:
Peter is visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (Mi., USA) and Director of Education of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) as well as past president of the London Dental Fellowship.

He has placed Dental Implants since 1991 at the Scarsdale Dental Clinic in West London and has performed over 6,500 successful graft procedures with synthetic materials. He has written numerous published articles, Pubmed studies (both clinical and animal) as well as chapters in two published books. He has lectured in over 30 countries globally in the last 10 years.

Socket Graft vs Delayed Implant Placement – Protocols and Case Selection – Dr Nicolas Widmer

Research has shown that up to 50% of bone volume may be lost following extraction, therefore preserving and regenerating the dimensions of a site post-extraction is vital to allow for effective implant placement. During this session, Dr. med. dent. Nicolas Widmer (Switzerland) discusses implantology from the perspective of a general practitioner, showcasing how to achieve effective, predictable results using simplified True Host Bone Regeneration clinical techniques. This includes a particular focus on the relative benefits of socket grafting (including the importance of effectively covering any exposed graft material) versus delayed implant placement. The presentation features several case studies from Dr Widmer’s own clinical experience, exploring True Host Bone Regeneration techniques with EthOss and other innovative implantology tools.

About the speaker:
Dr Widmer has been placing implants since 2006. His extensive CV includes: Master in Implantology GIDE / UCLA, Update in Implantology UFSC, Master in Aesthetic Dentistry UFSC, Lecturer in Dentistry at the University of Bern and Course Director for Osstem Implantate Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Please note this webinar is a specialist presentation intended for dental professionals only, it is not a suitable event for the general public.

EthOss with Immediate Implant Placement & Immediate Loading – Dr Costa Nicolopoulos

During this webinar, Costa shares his experiences of using EthOss bone grafting material in conjunction with immediate implant placement & immediate loading procedures. Cases show in both the aesthetic zone and posterior, including subcrestal sinus lifting using EthOss with the Versah Osseodensification system.

The discussion looks at how these techniques can be best used to achieve predictable & reproducible successful results.

About the speaker:
Dr Costa Nicolopoulos qualified as a dentist in 1984 receiving his dental degree “cum laude” from Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa receiving multiple awards including the Gold Medal of the Dental Association of South Africa for the most outstanding graduate. In 1990 he completed his 4-year full time postgraduate Maxillo-Facial & Oral Surgery training.

He is in full time specialist Maxillo-Facial & Oral Surgery private practice in Athens & DUBAI where he has placed over 40,000 dental implants concentrating on immediate loading. In 2011, he established the Same Day Dental Implants Clinic in Dubai where he is also the co-director of the Branemark Osseointegration Center.

🇪🇸 Watch the webinar with Spanish translation

🇮🇹  Watch the webinar with Italian translation

Introduction to Grafting Techniques Using EthOss – Dr Howard Koch

This webinar is designed for clinicians who are unfamiliar with EthOss bone grafting material, with Dr Howard Koch (UK) giving an overview of the tools and techniques which allow him to achieve predictable, successful results on a daily basis.

The discussion will include:
– Soft tissue flap design
– Effective degranulation/cleaning of the site
– Material placement
– Wound closure and follow up

About the speaker:

Howard graduated from the Royal Dental Hospital, Leicester Square London in 1981. He has been in general practice full time and has always had a keen interest in the surgical side of dentistry and was lucky to gain a lot of experience working as an NHS dentist in his early days.

Howard undertook extensive training in dental implantology around 15 years ago, soon developing a passion for the area and taking on more complex cases. Bone grafting is an integral part of implantology and Howard was lucky to meet Peter Fairbairn in his early days who introduced him to synthetic bone grafts.

“I have only ever placed one bovine particulate and porcine collagen membrane graft, I use EthOss on a daily basis with remarkable results” Dr Howard Koch

Using EthOss for Socket Preservation and Immediate Implant Placements in the Aesthetic Zone – Dr Jonny Cochrane

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

The discussion includes:

  • 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:
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.

Soft tissue management when using EthOss – Dr Andrew Fish

During this webinar, Andrew discusses soft tissue management techniques in dental implantology, with a specific focus on combining these techniques with EthOss bone grafting material.

Drawing on Andrew’s considerable experience, the webinar focuses on:

  • Why soft tissue management matters – the tissue is the issue
  • Soft tissue grafting techniques, including material considerations
  • The EthOss effect – the impact of bone grafting materials on soft tissue response
  • A series of case studies considering a selection of defects

About the speaker:
Mr Andrew T. Fish BDS(Glas) MFDS RCS(Edin) PGCertImp(Salford)
Dentist with a special interest in oral surgery and dental implants, Bracken & Barrett, St. Helier, Jersey.
Hon. Senior Clinical Lecturer in Oral Surgery and Implantology, Edge Hill University.
Affiliate and Mentor at Implant Centres of Excellence, Salford Quays, Manchester.

Andrew graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2006. He went on to do a two-year speciality training programme at the Edinburgh Dental Institute, which involved rotations between different dental specialities and during this time he passed his MFDS examination and became a member of the Royal College of
Surgeons.

After GPT he worked as a member of the West of Scotland Oral and Maxillofacial team for two years. He continued within the speciality for a further three years in the North West of England. He was appointed a Specialty Dentist in Oral Surgery and Restorative dentistry at Manchester Dental Hospital in 2012.

He has been involved with dental implants since his GPT years and in addition to his hospital based hands on training. Andrew is an elected member of the British Association of Oral Surgeons and the Association of Dental Implantology. He is active in postgraduate education both in teaching and learning and draws upon many years of hospital-based experience.

Crestal Sinus Lift Techniques combining EthOss and Densification Burs – Dr Dominic O’Hooley

During this webinar, Dominic shares his experiences of combining EthOss bone grafting material with densification burs (Densah) in crestal sinus lift procedures. The discussion includes several case studies, showing how these techniques can be combined with immediate implant placement for successful results. Both bone level and tissue level cases will be shown.

The discussion includes:

  • Overview of techniques and challenges in combining EthOss with Versah, this will also include the use of degranulation burs, flap design and suturing tips.
  • Treatment protocol for immediate placement
  • Case studies, discussing using these techniques in practice, showing both tissue and bone level implant cases.
  • Achieving predictable results by careful case selection, tips for accurate implant positioning and how to ensure membrane integrity.

About the speaker:
BDS (Liverpool 1993), MFDS RCS (England 2001), MFDS RCPS (Glasgow 2018).

Dominic is a highly experienced implant dentist who has been placing and restoring dental implants for many years and undertakes all aspects including bone grafting, sinus surgery, guided bone regeneration and immediate full arch implant bridges.

Dominic lectures nationally around the UK, teaches for The Campbell Academy and regularly welcomes colleagues into his practice for mentoring.

Stability without membranes: “Dome device” Technique for larger bone defects – Dr Mike Ainsworth

In this webinar, Dr Mike Ainsworth discusses this exciting technique, utilising EthOss bone graft material and a “dome device” to create a stable graft, without a collagen membrane, even in larger defects.

Created using short lengths of resorbable sutures, the dome device helps to reliably prevent soft tissue pressure from disturbing the graft, whilst still being fully replaced by patient host bone.

The discussion includes:

  • Overview of published research outlining the “dome device” technique and its potential to increase stability
  • Clinical challenges (and potential solutions) in creating the “dome device”
  • Case studies discussing utilising the technique in practice

Dr Ainsworth published in the European Journal for Dental Implantologists (Issue 1/19) demonstrating this technique – the paper can be viewed here: https://ethoss.dental/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/edi_01_19_cs_ainsworth_ethoss.pdf.

About the speaker:
Michael Ainsworth graduated from Birmingham University in 2002 and has been in private practice since that time. He became very interested in complex and cosmetic dentistry immediately, attending many courses and conferences both at home and abroad and started placing implants under supervision soon thereafter, completing a 1 year certification course in 2004.

Over the course of the last decade and under the mentorship of Peter Fairbairn he has developed a keen interest in streamlining techniques for the use of synthetic biomaterials in bone grafting, and soft tissue development.

In 2007 he moved to Spain to run a private practice. Since returning to the UK he has worked in a number of practices in Yorkshire and the West Midlands. He is currently undertaking an MSc in Periodontology and has limited his practice to dental implant treatments.

Sinus Augmentation Procedures: Using Synthetic Grafts for True Bone Regeneration – Dr Peter Fairbairn

In this webinar Dr Fairbairn discusses his experiences with modern alloplastic materials in sinus augmentation procedures, presenting a range of clinical cases utilising different techniques.

The discussion focuses on:

  • Overview of recommended treatment protocol – how to reliably load implants following a sinus augmentation at 12 weeks
  • How the body responds to different graft materials, and how this can affect results in the sinus
  • Challenges (and potential solutions) in sinus procedures
  • Presentation of a wide variety of clinical cases

About the Speaker:
Peter is visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (Mi., USA) and Director of Education of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) as well as past president of the London Dental Fellowship.

He has placed Dental Implants since 1991 at the Scarsdale Dental Clinic in West London and has performed over 6,500 successful graft procedures with synthetic materials. He has written numerous published articles, Pubmed studies (both clinical and animal) as well as chapters in two published books. He has lectured in over 30 countries globally in the last 10 years.

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

Published Protocol for Reliable and Effective True Bone Regeneration – Dr Peter Fairbairn

During this webinar, Dr Fairbairn discusses the “Protocol for Bone Augmentation with Simultaneous Early Implant Placement”.

Published in 2015, this Protocol showcases the benefits of reducing surgery, upregulating the host healing response, and utilising modern alloplastic materials to achieve reliable and effective true bone regeneration.

The discussion will focus on:

  • Using smaller, site-specific flaps to reduce surgery
  • The benefits of a 3-week healing period following extraction
  • Hard tissue modelling
  • Simultaneous implant placement and grafting
  • How to reliably load implants at 12 weeks

About the speaker:
Peter is visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (Mi., USA) and Director of Education of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) as well as past president of the London Dental Fellowship.

He has placed Dental Implants since 1991 at the Scarsdale Dental Clinic in West London and has performed over 6,500 successful graft procedures with synthetic materials. He has written numerous published articles, Pubmed studies (both clinical and animal) as well as chapters in two published books. He has lectured in over 30 countries globally in the last 10 years.

The publication in 2015 of the “Protocol for Bone Augmentation with Simultaneous Early Implant Placement” was the culmination of this experience.

A full PDF of the Protocol can be downloaded here.

The Ideology of True Bone Regeneration – Dr Peter Fairbairn

Presented by Dr Peter Fairbairn, an implantologist with over 6,500 grafts over a 20-year career, this webinar discusses:

  • How to optimise patient outcomes – putting patients back in the healthy state they were in before dental problems developed
  • Graft material choice – using fully resorbable materials to up-regulate the host healing response and achieve true bone regeneration
  • Integrated membranes and how modern materials remove the need for separate collagen membranes
  • Treatment Protocol – achieving consistent, reliable results

About the speaker:
Peter is visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (Mi., USA) and Director of Education of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) as well as past president of the London Dental Fellowship.

He has placed Dental Implants since 1991 at the Scarsdale Dental Clinic in West London and has performed over 6,500 successful graft procedures with synthetic materials. He has written numerous published articles, Pubmed studies (both clinical and animal) as well as chapters in two published books. He has lectured in over 30 countries globally in the last 10 years.

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Delivered by Dr Howard Koch (UK) this webinar will provide delegates with a detailed overview of his experiences with both soft tissue flap design and sinus augmentations, specifically with a view to grafting these sites with EthOss.

This will include:
• Soft tissue flap design
• Preparation and cleaning of the site
• Graft material placement (including stabilisation)
• Wound closure
• Concerns / complications which may arise in the above stages

The presentation will also feature a discussion on sinus augmentations, with Dr Koch sharing his experiences of using EthOss for both vertical and horizontal grafting.
The webinar will be illustrated with numerous clinical cases from the speaker.

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