Using biomaterials to obtain the 3A-2B biological rule; the tool for implant planning, placement and restoration
Speaker: Fernando Rojas-Vizcaya DDS, MS
Originally broadcasted on: 13th July, 2015, 6:00 PM CEST (Berlin) Other time zones
Two simple and basic biological concepts, related to the average dimension of the biological width and the required thickness of the remaining buccal bone after implant placement, are joined in the concept of a biological rule, to be used as a tool for planning the cases where dental implants are needed.
The application of this rule, will show us, that sometimes, bone reduction will be required in order to achieve the ideal esthetic crown and at the same time the pink esthetic is obtained. This rule can be applied in single restorations or in full mouth restorations. This presentation is based on; Rojas-Vizcaya, F. Biological aspects as a rule for single implant placement. The 3A-2B rule: A clinical report. J Prosthodont. 2013 Oct; 22(7):575-80.
This presentation describes the use of biomaterials in order to obtain the rule in different cases.
Fernando Rojas-Vizcaya DDS, MS
Dr. Rojas-Vizcaya is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. He is the Founder and Director of both; the Mediterranean Prosthodontic Institute and BoneModels, and maintains a private practice limited to dental implant surgery and prosthodontics in Castellon, Spain, and he lectures extensively worldwide.
Dr. Rojas-Vizcaya received his DDS degree at the University Javeriana School of Dentistry in Bogota, Colombia. South America.
He received a Doctorate in Buccal Surgery and his University Specialty Degrees in both; Oral Medicine and Implant Surgery at the University Complutense in Madrid. He received his Certificate training in Oral Surgery at Gregorio Marañon Hospital in Madrid, Spain.
Dr. Rojas-Vizcaya completed his post-graduate specialty degree in Prosthodontics along with a Master of Sciences Degree in Prosthodontics, and a Fellowship in Oral Implantology at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, USA.
His major research interest includes esthetic management in complex dental implant cases in immediate placement and immediate loading protocols.