Guided Bone Regeneration

Presented By 

Professor Mauro Labanca Dr John Giblin

Monday 14 May2018 

4 CPD Hours


International Convention Centre Sydney

14 Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, NSW, 2000


Registration: 4:00pm | Course: 4:30pm - 9:00pm


Registration = $299

Register before Friday 6 April for Early Bird Discount: $229

This lecture brings together two well respected speakers with international repute. It provides a unique opportunity to benefit from their extensive experience and research in the areas of bone and tissue regeneration and implantology.


Good Biomaterial Requirement and Pain Management

Professor Mauro Labanca (2 hours)

We have been talking about Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) since 1989: striving to find the best surgical techniques, filling materials and fixation systems. After having made great progress, we are now aiming at how to make the procedure more simple and predictable.

This presentation will analyze both the biological meaning of GBR and end-of- procedure expectations. Guided more by science than by the suggestions of companies, we will also examine the criteria for improved biomaterial selection. Among the existing biomaterials, we will deeply analyze one of the most appropriate and easy to use one, the RTR. We will go through some clinical cases, in order to better understand how to use and apply RTR to achieve the best clinical results. We will also propose biological guidelines and offer some suggestions for the right surgical protocol.

Professor Labanca will conclude this lecture with a discussion on oro-facial pain management, a key aspect in ensuring adequate patient retention. During this time we will cover how pain is perceived, how to perform anesthesia correctly by better understanding the different anesthetic molecules and the right anatomical landmarks.

Options and Clinical Techniques for Failing Teeth 

Dr John Giblin (2 hours)

The focus of this lecture is Planned Extraction Therapy. Techniques for atraumatic tooth removal and tissue regeneration will be explained and demonstrated. Participants will learn about instrumentation and materials to achieve adequate tissue regeneration for either pontic site development or future sites for optimal implant placement.

This lecture will provide new opportunities for participating dentists to expand their skill level and offer greater opportunities to their patients for functional and aesthetic outcomes. Use of the clinical techniques allows the clinician to perform minimally invasive implant placement into well regenerated bone and soft tissue.
The results provide better mechanical and aesthetic outcomes for overall increased implant success.


  • Where

  • ICC Sydney
    14 Darling Drive
    Darling Harbour, New South Wales 2000