Dr. Giorgio Tabanella DDS, MS
Freitag, 09.11.2018 von 09:45 bis 10:45 Uhr
Iatrogenic conditions which results from medical errors are dramatically increasing. However no specialty is focusing on this topic. The decision whether a retreatment should be performed is ideally driven by update evidence-based information but also by educational background, periodontist clinical experience, access to technology, patient and site's risk assessment, predictors of disease, economic aspects, probabilities and uncertainties of treatment outcome as well as longterm stability of the results. Retreating these "special clinical cases" requires passion, ethics, and the willpower of helping patients who presents with very high expectations and exacting psychological aspects. Variables such as periodontal biotype, biological and anatomical potential for tissue regeneration and the nature of the underlying osseous architecture surrounding the ailing teeth or endosseous implants will influence the clinical decision-making to achieve optimal "biomimetic" results. Novel protocols, techniques, instruments and materials were developed to retreat these type of patients: patients with no room for error.
|Dr. Tabanella is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and active member of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. He graduated from the University of Southern California-Los Angeles-USA where he obtained the Certificate in Periodontics as well as the Master of Science in Craniofacial Biology. He has been awarded "Outstanding Periodontal Graduate Student Research in Surgery and Implantology" by the California Society of Periodontists for his study on bone remodeling. He is the scientific coordinator of the International Implant Conference, director of O.R.E.C.-Oral Reconstruction and Education Center (WWW.TABANELLAOREC.COM), and reviewer and author of original articles published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Tabanella lectures in Europe, Asia, Middle East, South Africa as well as in the US on implant and periodontal surgery, aesthetic management in dental implantology and periodontal therapy, peri-implant bone remodeling, soft and hard tissue reconstruction around natural teeth and implants as well as the re-treatment of failures. His research focuses on tissue regeneration and augmentation with different bone and soft graft materials, peri-implant and dental bone loss, novel protocols for the repair of ailing dental implants. He maintains a private practice in Rome (Italy) where he also holds advanced courses and live surgeries on tissue regeneration and re-treatment of implant failures for a limited numbers of participants.|