Scientific Program

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Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Ahmed Halim Ayoub

Egyptian Society of Oral Implantology Egypt

Keynote: Novel approach for soft tissue management in esthetic zone

Time : 09:00-10:00

OMICS International Surgeons Meet 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Ahmed Halim Ayoub photo
Biography:

Ahmed Halim Ayoub has completed his Diploma and Master’s from Seville University, Spain. He is a Visiting Lecture at BPP University Faculty of Dentistry,London, England. He has developed expertise in bone augmentation and sinus elevation. He has a special interest in bone healing, role of growth factors and bone morphogenetic protein in bone growth. He is interested in dental implants education and has developed pioneer modules using live training throughout directingdental implants Post-graduate training in Egyptian Society of Oral Implantology, London Oral Restorative Academy and London Dental Education Service.

Abstract:

Management of peri-implant soft tissue is as important as preserving the peri-implant bone level. Many techniques,approaches and materials have been used to achieve healthy, keratinized, esthetic peri-implant soft tissue or correct/augment any deficiency in it. Platelets Rich Fibrin (PRF) or Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF) is one of those materials that can be used to achieve soft tissue augmentation, especially in esthetic zone. Osseointegration is no longer considered the only parameter upon it we can judge the success of the implant therapy. Even precise ceramic duplication of the contour,shade and translucency of natural dentition may still result in an aesthetic failure if the gingival profile, color and texture are compromised. Therefore, the functional and aesthetic success of implant treatment in the anterior esthetic zone depends not
only on the quality of the restoration but also on the final aspect of the contour and stability of the marginal gingiva and the
proximal papillae in harmony with the adjacent teeth.