Dr. Francesco Amato has completed his MD degree at the University of Catania, Italy, 1991;
is Diplomate of the American Board of Dentistry;
has completed a one year full time Advanced Program for International Dentists in Periodontics at New York University College of Dentistry, 1992-1993;
has completed a two years full time Advanced Program for International Dentists in Implant Dentistry at New York University College of Dentistry, 1993-1995;
has completed his continuing Education Program in Implant Dentistry at New York University College of Dentistry, 1994-1995;
has received his Ph.D. Biopharmaceutical Microbiology at the University of Catania, Italy, 1994-1997;
is International Lecturer in the Department of Periodontology and Implantology at Columbia University, New York;
is International Lecturer for the Continuing Dental Education at New York University, New York;
has published more than 30 articles in international peer review journals;
is an Editorial Board Member in peer- reviewed journals;
is a Lecturer in National and International Conferences and Courses;
is a Dentist in Private Practice specialized in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry in Catania, Italy.
“ Guided Tissue Preservation. A new technique to preserve the original alveolar dimension in single tooth immediate extraction placement and provisionalization cases.”
The lecture will focus on a new technique based on the use of an immediate provisional prosthesis anatomically designed to support the soft tissue and mimimize the dimensional changes related to the post-extraction remodeling.
Cases where the alveolar bone is intact as well as cases with damaged alveolar bone will be described.
The objective of the lecture is to give to the clinicians an alternative to more invasive and staged approach when dealing with single toothimmediate replacement in the esthetic area.
Part II & III
“New treatment strategies to semplify the management of complex cases in the posterior area.
The molar site: How can we prevent the post-extraction dimensional changes?
Clinical application of Extra-Short implants in the severely atrophic maxilla and mandible.”
The second part of the lecture will focus on single tooth replacement in the molar site.
Post-extraction remodeling in the molar site can lead to clinical limitation for implant rehabilitation, techniques to prevent the consequences of this process will be analyzed and described.
Socket Preservation; Immediate extraction placement; immediate provisionalization;and implant site development with orthodontic extrusion will be described.
The results of studies that compare the effect of different healing abutment on dimensional tissue change following molar extraction and immediate implantation will be shown in order to give to the clinician practical guidelines to preserve the original tissue dimension and overcome the esthetic and functional deficiency that usually takes place after tooth extraction and replacement in the molar site.
The third part of the lecture will focus on minimally invasive treatment in the severely atrophic maxilla and mandible.
An innovative approach based on the use of Extra-Short implants(<7mm length) will be shown.
Cases where the crestal bone is reduced to a minimal height will be treated effectively with this technique.
Single tooth, partially edentulous and fully edentulous cases will be analyzed.
The objective of the lecture is to give to the clinicians an alternative treatment option to more invasive and delayed approach procedures when dealing with extreme bone atrophy.
Clinical tips and research data will be shown.
Specialiteit: Periodontics and Implant Dentistry
Spreekt op: Congres Masters of Masters in Esthetic Dentistry 2023