Ridge Preservation: Flapless, Simple and Predictable CE Course

FREE CE Course  |  Live on Zoom, Friday, August 27, 2021

Course Description
Alveolar ridge preservation is the first step to successful implant placement. The rationale for bone preservation is well documented in the literature and these procedures have been shown to be effective in limiting the horizontal and vertical ridge alterations. Many techniques offer excellent results, though some can be surgically demanding and are not cost effective to our patients. Attendees will learn a predictable and simple method for ridge preservation including extraction techniques minimizing trauma to the alveolar bone.

This course is open to dentists performing periodontic procedures in their practice.

Dr. Veronique Benhamou, B.Sc., D.D.S., Cert Perio
Dr. Benhamou received a B.Sc. and D.D.S. degree from McGill University. She obtained a specialty certificate in periodontology and implant surgery in 1989 from the Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry in Boston. She is Past Director of the Division of Periodontics of McGill University dental School. Currently, she remains an Associate Professor at McGill and a visiting professor at the University of Manitoba. She is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, Fellow and Speaker of the ITI, member of numerous professional organizations and the Administrative Director of the Quebec Specialists Federation. Her private practice is in downtown Montreal and she is very involved in humanitarian dentistry.

Date: Friday, August 27, 2021
Time: 10:00 am (Pacific)
Platform: Live Zoom Presentation
Cost: Free
CE Credits: 1 (AGD Subject Code 490/periodontics)

Registration is closed for this event.

Sponsored by J. MORITA USA & Kisco Dental




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