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Fundamentals of Periodontal Surgical Therapy will give the participant the opportunity to go through the diagnostic, treatment planning, and executive process of applying various surgical therapies within the realm of periodontics. After a brief introduction, a discussion about pre-surgical assessment will follow. The participants will then be introduced to their patients for the day – fresh pig jaws.
The first practical exercise will be a suturing lesson. Conceptual and technical fundamentals of the most common suturing techniques will be presented, and each participant will have the opportunity to practice them.The remainder of the morning will focus on osseous resective surgery as relates to a mandibular crown lengthening procedure. Indications and contra-indications for this procedure will be presented, as well as a step-by-step sequence for how to execute treatment. Each participant will perform the procedure on their pig jaw.
In the afternoon, participants will have another opportunity to perform an osseous resective procedure, but this time it will be for a maxillary pocket reduction, as performed in the definitive treatment of periodontitis. An emphasis will be placed on the special techniques for reflecting a palatal flap, as well as incorporating a distal wedge procedure.The last part of the course will entail a brief discussion of indications and contra-indications to augment attached gingiva via a gingival graft. Each participant will once again perform the procedure on their pig jaw.
Full Day - Lecture and Hands-on:
DMD, Cert Perio, FRCD(C), Dip ABP
Dr. Malkinson graduated from McGill’s Faculty of Dentistry in 2007 and went on to do an Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency at the University of Connecticut, followed by a General Practice Residency at the University of British Columbia. He then pursued a specialty in Periodontics at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he also earned his Master’s degree for his thesis concerning the effects of esthetic crown lengthening on social perceptions. Having returned to Montreal in 2012, he is in private practice limited to Periodontics and Implantology four days a week in and around Montreal, and teaches the dental students in lectures and seminars at the McGill Faculty of Dentistry.
Saturday, March 18, 2017 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMEastern Time Zone
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Faculty of Dentistry2001 McGill College AvenueRoom 222 (pre-clinic lab)Montreal, Quebec H3A 1G1Canada514-398-4314
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