Pikos Institute Bone Symposium
Oral Rehabilitation in Patients with Severe Bone Loss: Surgical Approach with Autogenous Bone Grafts and Long Term Results
Autogenous bone is still considered the gold standard for intraoral bone grafting. This presentation will focus on using a split cortical bone block protocol (SBB) that allows for predictable reconstruction of both horizontal and vertical defects of the maxilla and mandible. Ten year results using more than 1300 bone grafts for three dimensional defects will be featured.
• Understand the application, indications and surgical protocol for using the split bone block technique (SBB) for alveolar ridge bone grafting
• Understand the role of soft tissue management for long-term success of autogenous bone block grafting for three-dimensional reconstruction
• Prevent and manage intraoperative and post operative complications using autogenous bone blocks for three-dimensional reconstruction
Prof. Dr. Fouad Khoury
Prof. Dr. Khoury received his dental education at the St. Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon. Specialization in Oral Surgery at the Universities of Freiburg and Muenster, Germany. He was assistant Professor at the University of Muenster completing his PhD and scientific habilitation Degree. He is since 1994 full professor at the Department of Oral & Maxillo-Facial Surgery of the University of Muenster and Chairman of the Privatklinik Schloss Schellenstein, Olsberg, Germany. Prof. Khoury has several patents, more than 110 Publications, 3 Textbooks and 800 lectures / courses and is member of Editorial Board of different journals.