Oral Regeneration Topic
The Osteology Foundation selects a new Oral Regeneration Topic every six months. For each topic, a Webinar with an internationally renowned speaker is organised, an interview with the author of a Key Publication in this field is conducted, and a Scientific Radar is published featuring the most relevant publications on this topic.
Everything is available online and free of charge at THE BOX, the Global Community Platform of the Osteology Foundation. Users have to register only once to hava access to the Oral Regeneration Topic, as well as other useful information and tools for everybody interested in oral regenerative therapies.
Current Topic: Ridge Preservation
20 September 2018, 18.00 CEST
Ronald E. Jung, Switzerland: Tooth extracted - and now?
Moderator: Christian Schmitt, Germany
Call for Questions: Questions can be submitted in advance, and the speaker will adress them during the webinar. Deadline for the submission of questions: 31 August 2019
Submit a question (registration and log-in is required, but it is free of charge)
Please note: Webinar attendance will be limited to a maximum number of 100 participants. First come, first serve. Therefore, make sure you log in on time.
If you cannot attend the webinar, don't worry: a recording will be made available after the event. But you will miss the opportunity to join the online live discussion with the webinar speaker.
Gustavo Avila-Ortiz, USA, will be in conversation with Mauricio Araujo, Brazil, first author of the following key publication:
Araujo MG, Lindhe J: Dimensional ridge alterations following tooth extraction. An experimental study in the dog. J Clin Periodontol 2005; 32: 212–218.
They will discuss the publication itself, it's implications and the current perspective on it.
A recording of the interview will be published on 17 October 2018
A list of the most relevant publications on the topic Ridge Preservation will be compiled by Ronald Jung, and he will explain why they are relevant.
The Scientific Radar will be published on 20 September 2018.
Soft Tissue Augmentation: Root Coverage (Q1/Q2 2019)
Horizontal Ridge Augmentation - GBR (Q3/Q4 2019)
Further details will be published soon. Please check back later.