Management of periimplant soft tissue with a 3D collagen matrix
Speaker: Peer Wolfgang Kämmerer
Originally broadcasted on: 16th October, 2017, 6:00 PM CET Other time zonesIn the course of this webinar, advantages and disadvantages of the 3D matrix will be discussed and its application appropriate to the indication will be presented.
At present, a margin of at least 2 mm of fixed, keratinized mucosa surrounding the implant is recommended to avoid periimplant complications. In cases that this margin is missing, e.g. because of previous flap surgery or atrophy of the jaw, different possibilities for vestibuloplasties exist most commonly using autogenous grafts harvested from the palate, the mucosa of the cheek or free gingival skin grafts.
However, the harvesting procedure is associated with certain morbidity and, depending on the donor tissue, there are also aesthetic limitations. The clinical application of stable, porcine 3D matrices (mucoderm®) can be regarded as a serious, and applied in suitable indications, even advantageous alternative. In course of this webinar, advantages and disadvantages of the 3D matrix will be discussed and its application appropriate to the indication will be presented.
- 07/2016: Obtained degree: Specialist for dental implantology
- 02/2016: Master of Arts (MA), management of health care and social facilities
- 10/2015: Facultas docendi (Habilitation, PhD) for Oral- and Maxillofacial Surgery (Dr. med. habil.)
- 02/2015: Obtained degree: Dental specialist of oral surgery
- 08/2014: Assistant medical director of the Department of Oral-, Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery of the University Medical Centre Rostock, Germany
- 06/2014: Obtained degree: Medical specialist of oral and maxillofacial surgery
- Since 2014: Assistant Professor, Clinic and Policlinic of Oral, Maxillofacial- and Plastic Surgery, University Medical Centre Rostock, Germany. Director: Prof. Dr. Dr. B. Frerich
- 10/2013-02/2016: Masterstudies "Management of health care and social facilities", Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany and University Witten/Herdecke, Germany
- 2013: Head of the Cancer Outpatient Centre, University Medical Centre Mainz, Germany
- 2012/2013: Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
- 2012: Guest Faculty and Honorary Professor (Prof. h.c.), Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, M.R. Ambedkar Dental College and Hospital, Bangalore, India
- 2011-2013: Senior Lecturer, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
- 2010-2011: Lecturer, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
- 2010: Dental dissertation with the grade "Magna cum laude". Topic: "Modulation of platelet activation via alloplastic bone substitute materials"; Prof. Dr. Dr. Al-Nawas
- 2010: Licensure as dentist
- 2010: Additional qualification "Special pain therapy in the Oral and Maxillofacial area"
- 08/2007-11/2013: Assistant Professor, Clinic and Policlinic of Oral, Maxillofacial- and Plastic Surgery, University Medicine Mainz, Germany. Director: Prof. Dr. Dr. Wagner
- 10/2007-09/2010: Study of Dental Medicine (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-
University, Frankfurt, Germany and Johannes-Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany)
- 2007: Medical dissertation with the grade "Magna cum laude". Topic: "Evaluation of Image-cytometric DNA-analysis for diagnosis of patients with primary achalasia"; Prof. Dr. Junginger
- 2007: Licensure as medical doctor
- 2004: Scholarship for extraordinary scientific achievements, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
- 04/2001-05/2007: Study of Medicine (Johannes-Gutenberg-
University, Mainz, Germany and University of Zürich, Switzerland)
- 09/2000-03/2001: Study of Law (University of Bayreuth, Germany)