Peri-Implantitis:
Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment Protocols

Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli

Advanced Treatment Options in Periodontal Therapy & Mucogingival Surgery
Dr. Daniele Cardaropoli received his Doctor in Dentistry and Certificate in Periodontology at the University of Torino, Italy. He is an active Member of Italian Society of Periodontology, European Federation of Periodontology, Italian Society of Osseointegrated Implantology and Academy of Osseointegration International Member of the American Academy of Periodontology. Scientific Director of PROED – Institute for Professional Education in Dentistry and Director of the Oral Implantology Department at the “Sedes Sapientae” Clinic in Torino. Winner of the Goldman Award for the Clinical Research and of the National Award in Clinical Orthodontics. Editorial Consultant for The International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, member of the Editorial Review Board of American Journal of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, member of the Editorial Advisory Board of The Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry, reviewer ad hoc for Journal of Periodontology and Journal of Clinical Periodontology. He has lectured in Italy, Europe, US, Asia and Australia. He is the author of several articles published on peer- reviewed international journals. He has focused his interest on Periodontology, Implantology, Regenerative Therapy and Ortho- Perio Interdisciplinary treatment. Private practice in Torino, Italy.

November 24-25, 2017


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Course Date:
Friday, November 24 – Saturday, November 25, 2017

Location:
Courtyard Toronto Northeast/Markham
7095 Woodbine Avenue, Markham, ON L3R 1A3

Ph: 905-474-0444

* For guest room reservation, please ask for the Toronto Implant Institute rate.

Time:
8:00am to 5:00pm
Continental Breakfast, Buffet Lunch and Refreshments provided

Biological complications around osseointegrated implants are becoming more frequent. Peri-implantitis is an implant syndrome presenting progessive clinical attachment loss and progressive crestal bone recession. The primary etiology is associated with microbiological infection. A number of protocols have been suggested in the treatment or peri-implantitis. Non surgical procedures seem to be unsuccessful in resolving peri-implantitis lesions, while surgical procedures may create an access for treatment of the implant surface and correction of the bone defects by means of bone regenerative procedures. Unfortunately, no single surface treatment method (including chemical, mechanical or laser approach) seems to be effective in the decontamination of the implant surface. Moreover, the resolution of peri-implantitits following surgical treatment seems possible but the outcome of treatment should be influences by the original implant surface characteristics and by the possibility of achieving complete defect debridement.

Objectives:

-Understand the criteria of peri-implant disease diagnosis
-Learn the indication of non-surgical/surgical therapy
-How to peform regenerative therapy for peri-implant defects