Challenges in esthetic flapless socket repair – Successful treatment with Jason® membrane and maxgraft®
Speaker: Andoni Jones
Originally broadcasted on: 14th October, 2019, 6:00 PM CET Other time zonesImplant placement into compromised sites can be challenging, especially in the esthetic region.
Key for long-term implant success is having sufficient hard and soft tissue volume and quality to establish a healthy emergence profile. In those sites with bone loss it will be crucial to re-develop the missing tissue in order to get predictable results. Several techniques have been described to repair sockets which are missing the buccal plate. In this presentation a modification of the Ice Cream Cone Technique will be discussed, focusing on case selection and indications/limitations. Step-by-step sequence from extraction and socket grafting to implant placement and restoration will be explained through clinical cases.
Andoni Jones graduated from Dental School at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain, in 2010.
He completed an Implant Postgraduate program at the same University in 2012.
Since 2013, he has dedicated himself mainly to implant surgery and prosthodontics, with a focus on hard and soft tissue grafting.
He is an active lecturer in the fields of implants and grafting and is author of several international publications about dental implants.