Webinar: Peri-implantitis: treatment strategies
Join our webinar hosted by Dr. Yaniv Mayer, DMD, Specialist in Periodontology
April 14th, 15:00, GMT+3
pay attention to the time zone due to clock change
Peri-implantitis is no longer a disease of the future, it is a common phenomenon that affects aggressively the bone tissue around the implants. Close to one-fifth of patients who have undergone implantation will present peri-implantitis few years after. The disease progresses quickly and therefore, late diagnosis, poor treatment or inappropriate implant selection can lead to loss of implants and severe tissue damage. In recent years there has been an increase in reports of protocols for the treatment of peri-implantitis in various technologies, most of which come from the dental world.
However, unlike the treatment of periodontal diseases, the treatment of implants achieves less predictable results and sometimes may lead to further tissue damage, weakening the implant, dispersal of infection and severe reduction in esthetic results. Therefore, new, conservative, biological techniques that are appropriate for use in any dental implant clinic are needed.
The lecture will present cases and innovative and conservative treatment protocol includes all the elements that illustrate the development of the disease and preserve the structure and integrity of the healthy tissues.
Register for free in the register box, link to webinar will be sent to your email 2 days before the webinar.
Dr. Yaniv Mayer
Dr. Mayer received his DMD degree from the Hadassah School of Dental Medicine at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, and specialized in periodontics at the Rambam School of Graduate Dentistry at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel. He is a certified specialist by the Israeli Ministry of Health and the European Federation of Periodontology and has a diploma from the American National Board.
Dr. Mayer is involved in clinical research and has received international recognition. He lectures and teaches at the leading conferences in Israel and abroad; is an official reviewer of several professional scientific journals dealing with dental implants and periodontology; and has published a number of professional articles which have received international awards.
Dr. Mayer works as a senior physician at the Rambam Healthcare Center in Haifa, Israel and runs a private clinic specializing in periodontology and implantology.