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This hands-on interactive workshop is designed for clinician looking to expand their surgical skills in implant dentistry. It is a combination of lecture material, hand-outs, videos of selected procedures and hands-on model surgery. The value of the surgical techniques discussed is that it is accomplished with minimally invasive procedures. Sinus elevation can be performed with minimal risk of membrane perforation. Advanced bone grafting techniques are simplified with the use of autologous biologics. With these procedures, there is reduced morbidity, reduced post operative pain and reduced risk of complications.


You will learn about

  • Diagnose the patient for these procedures 
  • Interpret CT-scans 
  • Graft sockets and ridges to be able to place implants 
  • Perform crestal and lateral window techniques 
  • Repair sinus membrane perforation 
  • Handle complications 
  • Use of concentrated growth factors to aid in bone graft                    regeneration incorporating PRF, CGF, and AFG
  • Prepare autologous membranes prepared from                                    concentrated growth factors 
  • Perform lateral vs. Crestal sinus augmentation 

May 21, 2021 Sinus Lift & GBR

  • Dr. Jason Kim / COURSE DIRECTOR

    - Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU College of Dentistry, Surgical Director – CDE Implantology Program, Dept. of Cariology and Comprehensive Care

    - Diplomate, American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry

    - Diplomate, International Congress of Oral Implantology  

    - Member, Academy of Osseointegration

    - Past President, Northeast District, American Academy of Implant Dentistry

    - Board of Trustees, American Academy of Implant Dentistry

    - Faculty NYU-Zimmer Institute

    - Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, Dept of PG Peridontics

    - Co-Founder, Co-Director, Long Island Implant Center

    - Private Practices in Flushing, New York 

    - Lectures Nationally and Internationally

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