Workshops

  • NOBEL BIOCARE WORKSHOP

    Management of the compromised clinical situation; failing implants and implant components

    As more and more of our patients are treated with implants we need to be increasingly familiar with the problems which may present over the life-span of the entire reconstruction. For those patients who suffer implant or component failure, the consequences may be catastrophic if the situation is not carefully and predictably managed.

    With the aid of presentation, demonstration, and hands-on elements, this workshop will examine strategies for coping conservatively with failure, including a consideration of the initial surgical and prosthetic plan, the potential for re-treatment, implant salvage and component retrieval, and the various technical solutions that may help you to successfully rescue a failing or compromised reconstruction.

     

     
    DATE: 16 November 2017
    TIME: 09:30 - 13:00
    VENUE: Salon II-III, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin
    MAX. PARTICIPANTS: 36

     

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    Speaker:
    DR. ANDREW DAWOOD
    Dr. Andrew Dawood devotes his time to dental implant surgery at The Dawood and Tanner Specialist Dental Practice, having worked with implants for more than 25 years. He is involved in research and development for specialist implant manufacture and in 3D imaging and 3D printing. Andrew has honorary attachments at University College London and the Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals, London, where he provides implant rehabilitation and restoration of the craniomaxillofacial complex for patients who have undergone extensive resection or trauma. He enjoys teaching and collaborating with referring colleagues, and lectures regularly on surgical and prosthodontic aspects of implant dentistry in the UK and internationally. He heads a large clinical and scientific team in London who work closely together for the ultimate benefit of the patient. Andrew is well represented in the scientific literature and has a number of significant innovations to his name, including the development of an award winning computerised implant drill controller, and various implant designs.