Bio-Optimisation with Implants - By Dr. Pav Khaira
Learn more about the biology and how it can frequently play make or break roles in our cases
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Bio-Optimisation in Implant Placement
When we start in Implantology, we are all taught the mechanics and dimensions of how much bone we need, where to place in a 3D position for ideal prosthetic outcome and basic suturing skills.
We then start to learn more about the biology and how it can frequently play make or break roles in our cases
By limiting ourselves to just the mechanical aspects we are doing ourselves and our patients a dis service.
Bio-optimisation is about understanding the biology of what is going on, spot problems before they arise or enhance and accelerate outcomes
In this course you will learn:
- Different sutures and suturing techniques and why they can greatly improve soft tissue health
- An overview of different bone augmentation techniques
- Little factors often overlooked which can increase risk of failure
- Pre-operative tricks which can be used to help in difficult cases
Hi! My name is Dr. Pav Khaira
Dr Pav Khaira qualified in 2002 and has taken extensive postgraduate education. The focus of his work is dental implants and he is part way through his masters degree, MClinDent Implantology, in London. He has also completed an externship program in conjunction with Stony Brook University in New York.
He has a particular interest in complex cases where all or most of your teeth may need removing. Pav also lectures and mentors other dentists with a special emphasis on the biological processes critical for success in implantology.
He is a highly sought after lecturer and offers bespoke mentoring for dentists wishing to learn implants