PROF. DR. MED. DENT. FOUAD KHOURY, DMD, PHD
- Born in Lebanon
- 1978 DMD, St. Joseph University, Beirut
- 1978-1979 Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Freiburg, Germany
- 1979-1994 Assistant Professor and later Associate Professor at the Dep. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Muenster, Germany
- 1984 Diploma in Oral Surgery and Doctorate in Medical Dentistry
- 1988 Habilitation and senior surgeon at the dep. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Muenster
- 1994 Professor at the University of Muenster
- Chairman and Director of the Privatklinik Schloss Schellenstein, Olsberg, Germany
- Professor at the Dep. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Muenster
- Vis. Professor at the University of Murcia (Spain)
- Associate Editor of The International Journal of Oral Implantology (IJOI)
- Member of editorial board of several international journals
- Chairman of the examination comity for Oral Surgery
- Board member of the German society of Oral surgery
- Several Prices (e.g. Pioneers in Dentistry 2016 AUB, W. Laney Award 2017 American A. Osseointegration) and Patents. Author of 4 bestseller Textbooks translated to more than 10 languages
- More than 135 Publications and 1000 Lectures / Courses worldwide
Two & 3 dimensional bony defects need for the reconstruction special surgical procedures to assure at long term an acceptable functional and esthetical result. The long-term success depends of a precise pre operative diagnostic, atraumatic surgery, the amount of vascularisation and vitality of the grafted area, correct implant geometry and position as well as a systematic soft tissue augmentation improving also the quality of the surrounding gingiva. Autogenous bone grafts harvested from the mandible, and used following the split bone block (SBB) technique are offering many possibilities for intra operative facilities leading to a high vascular support of the grafted area which is important for stable long-term results. Splitting the thick cortical block to 2 or 3 thin blocks is augmenting the number of blocks allowing the reconstruction of larger atrophic crest and giving a better adaptation to the recipient site with individual determination of the width and the volume of the grafted area. Filling the space and gaps between the thin block and the remaining crest with particulate bone chips is reducing the time needed for revascularization of the graft improving its vitality compared to the original thick block. Implants inserted in this grafted bone presented in long term similar osseointegration as implants placed in non grafted bone. Different pedicle or free soft tissue graft are assuring the required volume of the soft tissue.
- Diagnostic, alternatives and decision
- Minimal invasive bone augmentation: the “carrot technique”
- Technique of safe harvesting of bone blocks
- Split bone block technique and biological concept
- Vertical 3D bone augmentation: the “Box technique”
- Technique of pedicle connective tissue flap.
- Soft tissue management for graft protection and soft tissue augmentation
- Papilla reconstruction techniques
- Soft tissue management for long term stability: “Kazanjian vestibuloplasty”
- Prevention & management of intra-& postoperative complications.
Professor Daniel Rothamel is a Professor of Maxillofacial and Plastic surgery at the University Hospital of Dusseldorf, Germany and head of department of a connected teaching hospital. After studying dentistry at the dental school in Dusseldorf from 1997 to 2001, Prof. Rothamel went to medical school in Dusseldorf and specialized in oral surgery from 2002 to 2007. Following graduation in general medicine in 2007 he participated in a DAAD scholarship program at the University of Sydney, Australia. He specialized in oral and maxillofacial plastic surgery at the University of Cologne from 2008-2013, Germany and was senior chief resident from 2013 – 2016. Prof. Rothamel focuses on research into biomaterials for implant dentistry with a special interest in collagen. The topic of his PhD thesis was the regeneration of mandibular defects using bone substitute materials and growth factors. He is a reviewer for several international journals and has published more than 100 national and international peer-reviewed papers.
Grafting procedures in implant dentistry: Autografts, Alternatives and Creative Innovations.
One oft the most challenging procedures in implantology is the predictable and safe regeneration of lateral and vertical larger bone defects. Besides autogenous bone as the golden standard for jaw augmentation procedures, different biomaterials such as bone substitutes and membranes have shown predictable results. Hereby, quality of the recipient site, the osteogenous potential of the graft, graft immobilization and transmembraneous angiogenesis of the barrier and the selected healing time are affecting the predictability of the regeneration outcome. Newer techniques are focussing particularly on graft immobilization and ease of clinical application, but also combinations of the bovine bone particles with hyaluronic acid to furtherly increase the healing properties. They might be interesting additional tools to fulfil the increasing expectations of the modern patient.
Dr Wong Li Beng, BDS, MDS
Dr. Wong graduated with a BDS in 2005 and proceeded to obtain an MDS in Periodontology in 2010 from National University of Singapore (NUS). He is also a fellow with an MRD RCS from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Dr Wong has a graduate diploma in Acupuncture from Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is a board-certified Periodontist in Singapore since 2012. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore FAMS Periodontics since 2013. Currently, Dr Wong is a clinical lecturer with NUS, Nanyang Polytechnic and a visiting Periodontist with the Singapore Arms Forces. He is also the head of division of the Restorative and Preventive Dentistry Department in Jurong Health Campus and a Senior consultant with Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. Dr Wong has many published articles and provided numerous oral presentations in scientific conferences in the area of bone regenerations and implantology.
Bone regeneration in immediate implant has been shown to be successful in recent years. At the same time, many clinicians may still prefer delayed implant placement after guided bone regeneration to ensure predictability. Should we embrace a speedier technique or being conservative is the better way? This lecture will cover the basis of guided bone regeneration and the decision making in treatment planning, as well as the bone regenerative techniques which can be applied in your clinical practice.
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (Hons), University of Hong Kong, 2012
Master of Science in Biomedical Science, University of Maryland, USA, 2017
Certificate in Periodontics, University of Maryland, USA, 2017
Certificate in Implant Periodontal Prosthodontics, University of Maryland, USA, 2018
Diplomate in Periodontology and Dental Implant Surgery, American Board of Periodontology, 2018
Nobel Biocare Speaker, 2019 to present
Council Member, Foundation for Oral Rehabilitation (FOR) China Council 2022-2023
Junior Hospital Dental Officer, Department of Periodontology and Dental Public Health, Prince Philip
Dental Hospital, Hong Kong, 2012-2013
Private Practitioner, Central Smile, Hong Kong, December 2018 to present
Private Practitioner, Dental Implant and Maxillofacial Centre, February 2020 to present
Dental License in Hong Kong SAR, China (D03978); and in State of Michigan, USA (2901600437)
Winner of Division Travel Award Competition, Junior Category, International Association of Dental
Research, Southeast Asia Division, 2010
The Prince Philip Dental Hospital Board of Government Prize, 2012
University of Hong Kong Alumni Association Prize in General Dentistry, 2012
GlaxoSmithKline Prize in Periodontology, 2012
Dr. Wong Min Sam Prize in Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, 2012
Ho Ping Kwan Prize in Oral Rehabilitation, 2012
Richard J. Lazzara Fellowship in Advanced Implant Surgery, American Academy of Periodontology
10 Outstanding New Hong Kong Young Persons, 2018
Fellow of International College of Dentists (FICD)
International Member of American Academy of Periodontology (AAP)
Member of International Team for Implantology (ITI)
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION
Oh, S.L., Ji, C. and Azad, S., 2020. Free gingival grafts for implants exhibiting a lack of keratinized mucosa:
Extended follow‐up of a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 47(6), pp.777-785.
Oh, S.L., Masri, R.M., Williams, D.A., Ji, C. and Romberg, E., 2016. Free gingival grafts for implants exhibiting
lack of keratinized mucosa: A prospective controlled randomized clinical study. Journal of Clinical
Chao Ji, Hui Chen, Junqing Ma, Feimin Zhang, Yang Xia, 2018. The Features of Periodontal Specialist
Education in University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Journal of Nanjing Medical College.
Poster Presentation: Chao Ji, A. Sindler, H. Shiau. Clinical and Histological Results of Allogeneic Cellular
Bone Graft with Titanium-reinforced Nonresorbable Membrane for Ridge Augmentation: A Case Report.
2018 EuroPerio 9, European Federation of Periodontology.
Poster Presentation: Chao Ji, M. E. Aichelmann-Reidy, M. Reynolds. Marginal Bone Loss in Relation to
Vertical Implant Position. International Association of Dental Research Annual Meeting 2018.
Poster Presentation: Oh SL, Chao Ji, Oates T. Changes in soft tissue parameters following free gingival
grafts around implants: a prospective cohort study. 2017 the 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of European
Academy of Osseointegration.
Poster Presentation: Chao Ji, Oh SL, Oates T. The efficacy of free gingival grafts around implants with lack
of keratinized mucosa. 2017 the 103rd Annual Meeting of American Academy of Periodontology.
Presenter of Oral Presentation at Robert Schoor Northeast Implant Symposium 2016
Presentation Title: Running Together and Overcoming Obstacles: Managing a Compromised
Situation with a Team Approach
Presenter of Oral Presentation at Robert Schoor Northeast Implant Symposium 2017
Presentation Title: Digital Planning and Execution of Implant Supported Full Arch Restoration
Winner of Division Travel Award Competition, Junior Category, International Association of Dental
Research, Southeast Asia Division, in 2010
Conference Paper: C. Ji, K.Y. Lo, C.J. Seneviratne, X.L. Li, L.P. Samaranayake, L.J. Jin. Non-surgical
Periodontal Therapy Favorably Modulates Plaque Biofilm and Host Response
Finalist of Research Based SEAADE-GC Student Table Prevention Competition, International Association of
Dental Research, Southeast Asia Division, in 2011
Research Title: The Prevention and Prevalence of Sport-related Dental Trauma in Hong Kong
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Plaque biofilm has been associated with peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis. In order to eliminate the inflammation and achieve satisfactory regenerative outcome, the removal of biofilm is an essential part of the treatment. However, certain challenges remain on the complete removal of biofilm, eg. the macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of implant designs, limited efficacy of conventional plaque control methods, access to plaque removal during the surgery.
This lecture will discuss the biofilm control at different stages of the dental implant treatment, including the ways to facilitate plaque control at the implant planning stage, the adaptation of Guided Biofilm Therapy at the maintenance stage, and the new electrolytic cleaning method at the surgical management of peri-implantitis.
since 2019 Leading the educational Unit for Periodontology at the University Clinic of Dental Medicine and Oral Health, Medical University of Graz, Austria
since 2012 Clinical assistant at the Division of Restorative Dentistry, Periodontology and Prosthodontics at the Dental School Medical University of Graz
2019 PhD at the Medical University of Graz, Doctoral programme of Dentistry
2019 Master of Clinical Dentistry in Periodontology, Medical University of Vienna
since 2013: Private Practice in Graz
2008-2009: Study of Dentistry at the Université René Descartes, Paris, France
2003-2012: Study of Dentistry at Medical University of Graz
Current position Vice Chair of the Dept. of Oral Surgery & Orthodontics, University Clinic of Dental Medicine & Oral Health, Medical University of Graz, Austria
since 2020: Head of the Research Laboratory for Tissue Regeneration and Biomaterials, University Clinic of Dental Medicine and Oral Health, Medical University of Graz, Austria
since 2014: Associate Professor at the Dept. of Oral Surgery & Orthodontics, Dental School Medical University of Graz
2013: Visiting research fellow at the Clinic for Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics and Dental Material Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland
2012: Visiting Professorship at Prince Phillip Dental Hospital, Dept. Implant Dentistry & Oral Rehabilitation, University of Hong Kong
2011: Research fellow at Dept. of Oral Surgery Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf
since 2011: Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Oral Surgery & Radiology , Dental School Graz
2009: DGI-APW Implantologie Curriculum (Germany)
2004 – 2010: Clinical assistant at Dept. of Oral Surgery Dental School Graz
since 2004: Private Practice in Graz
1998-2004: Study of Dentistry at Dental School Graz
2000: Externship at Dept. of Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Pittsburgh (USA)
1994-2000: Study of Medicine at Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria
Clinical Concepts for the prevention and management of peri-implant infection
Peri-implant disease is a serious plaque related problem in daily clinical practice, both in terms of therapy and epidemiology. With the worldwide increasing number of inserted dental implants also the number of patients affected with symptoms of peri-implant infection has greatly expanded. There seem to be parallelism in etiology clinical manifestations and therapeutic strategies between peri-implant infections and periodontal disease. However, several differences eg in tissue micro-architecture and possibly also in microbiota etc require special strategies in the diagnostic, therapeutic and maintenance approaches. In the presentation prevention and therapeutical concepts for the management of peri-implant infections will be discussed.
1. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Bangalore, India
2. Clinical Director, Digital Dental Design Clinic, Bangalore, India
3. Board Member and Education Director â€“ International Academy of Ceramic Implantology, USA
4. Committee member of Zirconia Implant Research Group (ZIRG), USA
5. Fellow and Ambassador of Clean Implant Foundation, Germany
6. Clinical Specialist, COHO Biotechnology, Taiwan
7. Co-investigator and Scientist at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
8. Board member of CBCT and DDHK international magazines.
9. Expert Panel â€“ International Extraction Academy, USA
10. Member of IAOCI, ITI, ACerS, MIDI
Comisso, Ivana, Santiago Arias-Herrera, and Saurabh Gupta. “Zirconium dioxide implants as an alternative to titanium: A systematic review.”Â Journal of Clinical and Experimental DentistryÂ 13.5 (2021): e511.
Kunrath, M. F., Gupta, S., Lorusso, F., Scarano, A., & Noumbissi, S. (2021). Oral Tissue Interactions and Cellular Response to Zirconia Implant-Prosthetic Components: A Critical Review.Â Materials,Â 14(11), 2825.
Gupta, Saurabh, Sammy Noumbissi, and Marcel F. Kunrath. “Nano modiï¬ed zirconia dental implants: Advances and the frontiers for rapid osseointegration.”Â Medical Devices & SensorsÂ 3.3 (2020): e10076.
Kunrath, M. F., Monteiro, M. S., Gupta, S., Hubler, R., & de Oliveira, S. D. (2020). Inï¬‚uence of titanium and zirconia modiï¬ed surfaces for rapid healing on adhesion and bioï¬lm formation of Staphylococcus epidermidis.Â Archives of Oral Biology,Â 117, 104824.
Gupta, S. K., Lakshmi, P. V. M., Kaur, M., & Rastogi, A. (2020). Role of self-care in COVID-19 pandemic for people living with comorbidities of diabetes and hypertension.Â Journal of family medicine and primary care,Â 9(11), 5495.
Noumbissi, S., Scarano, A., & Gupta, S. (2019). A literature review study on atomic ions dissolution of titanium and its alloys in implant dentistry. Materials, 12(3), 368.
Scarano, A., Noumbissi, S., Gupta, S., Inchingolo, F., Stilla, P., & Lorusso, F. (2019). Scanning electron microscopy analysis and energy dispersion X-ray microanalysis to evaluate the eﬀects of decontamination chemicals and heat sterilization on implant surgical drills: zirconia vs. steel. Applied Sciences, 9(14), 2837.
Gupta, S. “3D printing in dental implantology.” Dentistry-Open Journal 4.1 (2017): e1-e3.
Gupta, S. (2016). A recent updates on zirconia implants: A literature review. Dent Implants Dentures, 1(113), 18-26.
Jain, H., Rao, D., Sharma, S., & Gupta, S. (2012). Assessment of speech in primary cleft palate by two-layer closure (Conservative management). Journal of Surgical Technique and Case Report, 4(1), 6-9.
Shah, K., Mestry, J., Rangnekar, S., & Gupta, S. The Role and Importance of Lipoproteins, Vitamin D3, Vitamin K and Magnesium in the Osseointegration of Titanium Dental Implants.
Gupta, Saurabh, and N. A. Mahapatra. “Review of perimplantitis and lasers.” IOSR J Dent Med Sci 14.3 (2015): 01-04.
Gupta, S., & Khatoon, R. (2016). Laser-assisted cosmetic dentistry. Journal of Dental Lasers, 10(1), 16.
Gupta, Surabh. “Zirconia Vs Titanium Implants–Deciding Factors.” J Dent Oral Disorder 4.4 (2016): 1-2.
Ceramic Dental Implants Where Aesthetics Matter
Zirconia Promises Superior Strength and Aesthetics in Dental Implants
Titanium Versus Zirconia Implants
https://www.dentaltown.com/magazine/article/6238/titanium-versus-zirconia-implants Restoring natural aesthetics in the posterior mandible
Reduced-diameter two-piece ceramic implants for narrow gaps in the aesthetic zone
ASM Handbook, Volume 23A: Additive Manufacturing in Biomedical Applications (USA) Chapter – “Zirconia for Dental Implants” Manuscript ID: 23A-F9 (Ongoing)
HEALTH AND DISEASES OF ORAL CAVITY (JB Publishers)
Chapter – Smile Designing with Dental Implants
ISBN 978-83-947078-1-1 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.918266
World’s Top 100 Doctors presented by Global Summits (USA)
In recent years, ceramic implants have become an attractive and reliable alternative to titanium (Ti02) implants. They are highly used today due to their tooth-like color, material properties, biological soft tissue response, low plaque adhesion and minimal inflammatory response in the peri-implant soft tissue compared to titanium implants. This lecture will cover the science behind zirconia as an implantable bioceramic, the rationale, indications and benefits of metal free teeth replacement along with clinical case reports.
๐ Understand zirconia as an implantable dental material.
๐ Understanding the evolution of Ceramic Dental Implants.
๐ Understanding the biological responses of both soft and hard tissues to zirconia implants.
๐ Learn about the unique surgical and restorative capabilities with the most advanced zirconia implants.
Professor Dr. David Ngeow is currently a lecturer at the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Malaya. He was a visiting professor at the University of California, San Francisco in 2015/2016. He graduated from the University of Malaya in 1992 and was a private practitioner for 9 months before he was offered the post of tutorship at his alma matter. Three years later, he became a Senior House Officer at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, England, where he obtained his Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He subsequently returned to Malaysia and was a pioneer lecturer at the then newly established Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He later became a lecturer at the University of Malaya in 2000. He has published 177 papers in local and international journals, and was the Editor of the Malaysian Dental Journal from 2005-2007 and the Editor of the MDA Newsletter for 2015. He is currently a editorial board member of the Annals of Dentistry of the University of Malaya. His research interests are craniofacial anthropometry, variations of the mandibular nerve, and recovery of peripheral nerves after microsurgical repair.
Dr. Tan Sock Hooi is currently a private general dental practitioner at Mutiara Dental Surgery in Bukit Mertajam, Penang. She obtained her Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Malaya in 2002. Upon graduation, she served in the Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Department in Hospital Seberang Jaya for 3.5 years before she joined the private practice. Being a general dental practitioner, she provides wide range of dental treatments and education, with special interest in oral surgery, dental implantology, aesthetic dentistry and children management. Her journey in dental implantology started upon the completion of the Professional Implant Training Course of Osstem AIC in 2010. Various advanced trainings thereafter had brought her dental implant experiences to a higher level. Apart from pursuing intensive continuous dental education herself, especially in dental implantology, she is also actively involved in organizing national and international dental conferences. Dr. Tan is currently the Chairman of Malaysian Dental Association Northern Zone since 2017.
Not much is understood on the osseointegration of implants in compromised or abnormal bone. Healthy bone can become compromised because of physiological changes (ageing) as well as pathological changes, not forgetting some medical conditions that also influence the quality and quantity of bone available to receive dental implants. Some medications prescribed to treat these medical conditions undoubtedly exert effects on bone as well. The ageing and pathological conditions include osteoporosis (and its sequelae following anti-resorptive therapy), irradiation to the jawbones, Paget’s disease, fibro-osseous lesions, osteogenesis imperfecta, hyperlipidaemia, adrenal gland imbalance and various auto immune disease treated with corticosteroids, chronic kidney disease and endocrine disorders such as diabetes mellitus and hyperparathyroidism. The medications of concerned include antihypertensives, oral hypoglycaemic agents/insulin, thyroxin and tamoxifen. So far, there has been inconsistencies in advocating implants in patients with certain medical conditions considered as being acceptable, while placement into abnormal bone is controversial. This lecture reviews current knowledge of the impact of the placement of normal implants in abnormal bone.
Dental Specialist in Prosthodontics
B.D.S (Singapore) M.S (Iowa, U.S.A)
Certificate of Prosthodontics (Iowa, U.S.A)
Diplomate of American Board of Prosthodontics
Dr. Kelvin Khng, B.D.S, M.S graduated from the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Dentistry in 2006. In 2009, Dr. Khng continued to pursue advanced specialty training in Prosthodontics at the University of Iowa, USA. Upon completing his training, he worked as a clinical fellow at the University of Iowa, College of Dentistry for a year before returning to Singapore. He practices in private practice and also as a part time tutor at the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Dentistry.
Dr. Khng is a board certified prosthodontist both in the United States of America and in Singapore. He is past-president of the Prosthodontic Society of Singapore, Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontist, Fellow of the International College of Prosthodontist, Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore, member of the Singapore Dental Association and a member of the American Prosthodontic Society.
Dr. Khng is an instructor for the suction effective mandibular denture technique and lectures as well as gives hands-on courses to dentist around the region.
Although implant dentistry continues to be the first choice for replacement of missing teeth in our patients, this lecture talks about how we can use the fundamentals of removable prosthodontics in treating patients who require implant prosthodontics.
We will be examining the importance of looking at midlines, occlusal plane, occlusal vertical dimension as well as lip support.
A discussion of how we use these fundamentals on a few patients and how their problems were solved with the help of conventional as well as CAD-CAM technology.
Discover how digital immediate dentures can be fabricated as well as their uses in our current world.
DDS, MS, School of dentistry, Seoul national university
- Intern, Resident, department of prosthodontics, dental hospital of Seoul national university
- Course director of digital dentistry and prosthodontics mastercourse, OSSTEM implant institute
- Course director of 3 Shape superclass
- Board member, Kyungnam div. of Korean Academy of Digitalized Dentistry
- Chief doctor of Seoul-Gangnam dental clinic
Dr. Urban received his DMD degree and subsequently his MD degree from Semmelweis University School of Medicine and Dentistry (Budapest, Hungary) in 1991 and 1996.
He completed a full-time program in oral surgery at St. Istvan Hospital in Budapest, Hungary (1992-1996). He completed his internship program in Periodontics at UCLA.
After he graduated from the Fellowship Program (1999-2000) in Implant Dentistry at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California, he was appointed assistant professor the following year. Dr. Urban is licensed in the state of California (USA) and has a private practice in Budapest, Hungary.
Dr. Urban received his PhD degree in Periodontology in 2012 at the University of Szeged, Hungary. He is currently an honorary professor at the University of Szeged.
Dr. Urban is a board member of the Osteology Foundation and has published scientific articles and textbook chapters on bone regeneration and soft tissue reconstructive surgery around dental implants. Recently, Dr. Urban has become an adjunct clinical associate professor at the Department of Periodontology and Oral Medicine at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Urban is the author of the textbook titled Vertical and Horizontal Augmentation published by Quintessence, which has been published in 12 languages. Dr. Urban recently authored the second part of the book titled VERTICAL 2: The NEXT LEVEL
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Tel. +33 6 62 22 84 52
Oral surgeon running a private practice entirely dedicated to implant treatments involving bone grafts, Paris.
Temporary practitioner and Oral Implantology degree supervisor (Henri Mondor Hospital) since 2018.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
2003: State diploma of doctor of dental surgery
2003: Master of medical science (Paris V)
2007: Graduate degree in Oral Surgery
2004-2008: Assistant at a University Hospital (Paris V)
2008-2017: Former temporary practitioner and Oral Implantology degree supervisor at Charles Foix Hospital, Paris V.
2008: Thesis supervision for the state diploma of doctor of dental surgery of Pham Duc KM: “Extraction with immediate implantation and temporization in the anterior area”.
2009: Thesis supervision for the state diploma of doctor of dental surgery of Atlan A: “Autogenous blocks used for lateral ridge augmentation: resorption after implant placement”.
2010: Thesis supervision for the state diploma of doctor of dental surgery of
Fadairo MA: “Anastomotic fibula flap and rehabilitation of the manducatory apparatus”.
Courses on Guided Bone Regeneration in Oral Implantology degree of St Joseph Hospital (2015 to 2019), Kremlin Bicetre Hospital (since 2017), Henri Mondor Hospital (2021) and Rennes Hospital (2021)
2008: “Incision and suturing” 3rd Dental Congress of Paris V University, Paris.
2008: “Thin ridges and one-piece implants” Zimmer Dental national implantology days, Paris.
November 2008: “Orthodontic mini-screws: pre-prosthetic molar repositioning” French Dental Association annual Congress Paris.
July 2009: 3 days intensive course in implantology. ZIMMER Institute, Zurich Switzerland.
September 2010: 3 days intensive course in implantology. ZIMMER Institute, Zurich Switzerland.
October 2011: 3 days intensive course in implantology. ZIMMER Institute, Zurich Switzerland.
2011, 2015: “Basis in Implantology” Zimmer course, Charles Foix Hospital.
November 2015: “Soft tissue biopsy” French Dental Association, annual congress, Paris.
November 2016: “Horizontal Guided Bone Regeneration” National female implantology symposium, Paris.
November 2020: “Horizontal and vertical Guided Bone Regeneration” Training day organized with Geistlich and Meisinger, Paris.
June 2021: “Horizontal and vertical Guided Bone Regeneration” Training day organized with Geistlich and Meisinger, Paris.
June 2004: “Is there a risk to use high insertion torques?” With Dr Khayat P, Zimmer Dental national training course, Paris.
June 2006: “Effect of implant site preparation on immediate stability. Zimmer Dental national training course, Paris.
December 2006: “Interest of ramus harvesting for esthetic area restauration”. International Master Course on Implantology, Paris.
May 2007: “implantology advancements”, Study group Villiers, Paris.
October 2007: “Surgical needs in relation to screw-retained crowns in esthetic area” National female implantology symposium, Paris.
January 2008: “Risk of resorption in autogenous blocks” Training day of the Dental and maxillofacial Study Group, Paris.
April 2008: “Simplicity and reliability of implant surgery”, Scientific training evening, Marx Fourestier Hospital, Nanterre.
July 2008: “Basis of a reliable implantology: choices and strategies” Study group Villiers, Paris.
March 2010: “Implant-supported overdentures” with Dr P. Mazloum, Training evening of dentist association of the XVIIth arrondissement of Paris.
May 2011: “Implant treatment in posterior jaw” Peer practicum, Paris.
September 2011: “Implant treatment in anterior jaw” Peer practicum, Paris.
November 2011: “Implant-Supported Full-Arch Rehabilitations” Peer practicum, Paris.
June 2015: “3D implant planning” with Dr J. Simon, Meeting of Val de Marne dentists study group, Creteil.
June 2017: “Implant-retained overdentures – surgical aspect” study club of Dr B. Tourbah, Montpellier.
September 2017: “Guided bone regeneration for an ideal prosthetic axis” with Dr M. Maccotta, 1st Zimmer Biomet symposium, Paris.
December 2017: “Autogenous blocks used for ridge augmentation” French Dental Association, annual Congress, Paris.
October 2018: “Management of sinus lift complications” Osteology, Paris.
March 2019: “Management of sinus lift complications” 2nd Zimmer Biomet symposium, Paris.
October 2020: “Which provisionalization with bone grafts”, Study group Villiers, Paris.
Khayat P.G, Arnal H, Peuch-Lestrade G.R, Sennerby L. Clinical outcome of dental implants placed with high insertion torques. Annual scientific meeting of the European Association for Osseointegration, Paris; September 2004. Poster Presentation
Khayat P.G, Arnal H, Tourbah B, Sennerby L. Clinical outcome of dental implants placed with high insertion torques (up to 176 Ncm). Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research. 2011 May 20.
Arnal H, Wierzba C. “High blood pressure in the elderly; attitude in Odontology”. Actualités Odonto Stomatologiques n°240, december 2007.
Arnal H. “Heart disease and endocarditis risk”. L’information Dentaire n°12, March 2009.
Arnal H. “Hemorrhage risk in implantology”. L’information Dentaire n°12, March 2009.
Arnal H, Baranes M, Nisand D, Trevelo F, Brient M, Gadeau M, Tchetchou Y, Simon J. “Implant-Supported Full-Arch Rehabilitations”. Réalités Cliniques n°1, vol 20, March 2009.
Trevelo F, Nisand D, Baranes M, Arnal H, Brient M, Gadeau M, Simon J, Tchetchou Y. “Single implant treatment in the esthetic area”. Réalités Cliniques n°1, vol 20, March 2009.
Gadeau M, Baranes M, Nisand D, Arnal H, Brient M, Simon J, Tchetchou Y, Trevelo F. “Single implant treatment in the posterior area”. Réalités Cliniques n°1, vol 20, March 2009.
Brient M, Nisand D, Baranes M, Arnal H, Gadeau M, Simon J, Tchetchou Y, Trevelo F. “Plural implant treatment in the esthetic area”. Réalités Cliniques n°1, vol 20, March 2009.
Simon J, Baranes M, Nisand D, Brient M, Gadeau M, Tchetchou Y, Trevelo F, Arnal H. “Plural implant treatment in the posterior area”. Réalités Cliniques n°1, vol 20, March 2009.
Tchetchou Y, Nisand D, Baranes M, Arnal H, Brient M, Gadeau M, Simon J, Trevelo F. “Implant-retained overdentures”. Réalités Cliniques n°1, vol 20, March 2009.
Arnal H, Pham Duc KM, Maman L. “Thin posterior ridges and one-piece implants”. Alpha Omega n°125, May 2009.
Arnal H. “Soft tissue management”. Alpha Omega n°127, September 2009.
Arnal H, Pham Duc KM, Maman L. “Immediate dento-alveolar restoration on single implant in the esthetic area, a review”. Implant vol. 17, February 2011.
“Simultaneous vertical and horizontal augmentation in posterior maxilla”. Titane 11, 3, 2014.
“Single anterior implant”. Clinic 36, 2015.
“Book Analysis: implants in odontology, 2nd edition”. Clinic 37, 2016.
“Complex sinus lifts: big mucoid cyst removal”. Titane 13, 2, June 2016.
“Sinus lift on sites with multiple bone septa”. Titane 13, 2, June 2016.
“Alveolar socket management and preservation”. Clinic, June 2021, accepted.
GBR for vertical ridge augmentations using non resorbable PTFE membranes was developed in the late 1990s (Simion 1994 Tinti 1996). Nowadays, this technique enables to regenerate vertical defects up to 12mm with very high success rates (Urban 2021). Vertical GBR is well documented and is the most frequently used procedure for vertical augmentations. It allows the surgeon to fulfill vertical augmentations and to regenerate a ridge thickness in line with the recommended peri-implant bone volume criteria.
However vertical augmentations are very demanding, and the surgeon has to pass through a learning curve before being able to achieve reproducible good results. This lecture will be about the key points required to perform predictable vertical augmentations.
Dental implant center, Faculty of dentistry, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
· D.D.S. (Honors) Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
· M.Sc. (Implant Dentistry), Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
· M.Sc. (Implantology and Dental Surgery), IMC, Munster, Germany
· Grad. Dip. in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
· Cert. in Advanced Clinical Training Advanced Surgical Implant Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
· Ph.D. in Oral Biology (Bone Regeneration), Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
· Full-time Lecturer in Implant Dentistry at Mahidol University
· Instructor, Master of Science Program in Implant Dentistry, Mahidol University
· ITI Fellow
· ITI study club director
· ITI Diploma examiners
· First prize ITI South East Asia poster competition (2019)
· First runner up for poster presentation Bangkok International Symposium of Implant Dentistry (2017)
1. Thanasrisuebwong P, Surarit R, Bencharit S, Ruangsawasdi N. Influence of Fractionation Methods on Physical and Biological Properties of Injectable Platelet-Rich Fibrin: An Exploratory Study. Int J Mol Sci. 2019;20(7):1657. Published 2019 Apr 3. doi:10.3390/ijms20071657
2. Thanasrisuebwong P, Kiattavorncharoen S, Surarit R, Phruksaniyom C, Ruangsawasdi N. Red and Yellow Injectable Platelet-Rich Fibrin Demonstrated Differential Effects on Periodontal Ligament Stem Cell Proliferation, Migration, and Osteogenic Differentiation. Int J Mol Sci. 2020;21(14):5153. Published 2020 Jul 21. doi:10.3390/ijms21145153
3. Anunmana C, Ueawitthayasuporn C, Kiattavorncharoen S, Thanasrisuebwong P. In vitro comparison of surgical implant placement accuracy using guides fabricated by three different additive technologies. Appl. Sci. 2020; 10:1-11.
4. Thanasrisuebwong P, Kulchotirat T, Anunmana C. Effects of inter-implant distance on the accuracy of intraoral scanner: An in vitro study. J Adv Prosthodont. 2021 Apr;13(2):107-116.
5. Baloch MM, Seriwatanachai D, Chanchoa C, Thanasrisuebwong P, Suebbuk S, Surarit R. Effect of Tetragonula laeviceps propolis from Thailand on periodontal ligament fibroblast. Pharm Sci Asia. 2021; 48(5),
450- 460. DOI:10.29090/psa.2021.05.20.102
6. Thanasrisuebwong P, Kiattavorncharoen S, Deeb GR, Bencharit S. Implant Site Preparation Application of Injectable Platelet-Rich Fibrin for Vertical and Horizontal Bone Regeneration: A Clinical Report. J Oral Implantol. 2022 Feb 1;48(1):43-50. doi: 10.1563/aaid-joi-D-20-00031. PMID: 33270878.
7. Thanasrisuebwong P, Jones JR, Eiamboonsert S, Ruangsawasdi N, Jirajariyavej B, Naruphontjirakul P. Zinc-Containing Sol-Gel Glass Nanoparticles to Deliver Therapeutic Ions. Nanomaterials (Basel). 2022 May 16;12(10):1691. doi: 10.3390/nano12101691. PMID: 35630912; PMCID: PMC9143105.
8. Thanasrisuebwong P, Pimkhaokham A, Jirajariyavej B, Bencharit S. Influence of the Residual Ridge Widths and Implant Thread Designs on Implant Positioning Using Static Implant Guided Surgery. J Prosthodont. 2022 Jun 10. doi: 10.1111/jopr.13557. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35686699.
The decision-making process of failed implant cases should be performed by a proper treatment plan. A less invasive removal technique is required to obtain both hard and soft tissue preservation for reimplantation. Choosing the correct therapeutic approach with the appropriate biomaterials is a fundamental step to achieving success in bone augmentation after explantation. The aim of this lecture is to present well-documented surgical implant removal protocols and current trends in bone augmentation.
Assistant Professor Department of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery Faculty of Dental Medicine “Titu Maiorescu” University Bucharest, Romania
Dr. Cristian Niky Cumpătă (DOB: June 26, 1974), educationalist, researcher and specialist in Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, is an Assistant Professor at the department of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Faculty of Dental Medicine, “Titu Maiorescu” University Bucharest, Romania.
Dr. Cumpătă graduated from the “Vasile Goldiș” Western University of Arad, Faculty of Dentistry in 1998 and from the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Bucharest, Faculty of Medicine in 2002 and benefited from post-graduate scholarships from the European Association for Cranio-Maxilo-Facial Surgery – a complete and extensive series of lectures comprising the First Programe in Romania during 2003-2006.
Dr. Cumpătă has authored and co-authored numerous studies and publications and has been a guest speaker at various professional conferences.
He published more than 30 original articles, books and book chapters. He conducted several research projects in the field of dentistry and product development as a project manager. (European projects and private lab projects).
He attended over 70 national and international congresses and conferences.
Research interests: Oral Surgery; Maxillofacial Surgery; Oral Implantology.