Reduced horizontal crestal volume is a very common clinical problem in modern implantology. Conventional screw-type-implant positioning in narrow ridges can often cause vestibular dehiscence, which is the main anatomic cause of peri-implantitis and leads to implant faiture. Typically, bone augmentation procedures are required to prevent these complications which increase surgical invasiveness and post-surgical morbidity, thus resulting in high therapy costs compared to the ones of implants placed in a native bone.
Every participant will be able to acquire a deep knowledge of the clinical procedures to treat the horizontal defect frorn the diagnosis up to implant placement, included the main scientific and technological aspects.
The aim of this course is to introduce in-depth knowledge of the PiezoImplants rectangular shape – a new paradigm in implantology – which allows efficient and minimally invasive clinical solutions, particularly in case of horizontal bone defect.