* Exquisite light refreshment will be served during coffee break
Prof. Daniele Botticelli
MD, DDS at the University of Bologna (Italy) in 1980, specialist license in General Surgery at the University of Modena (Italy) in 1986, Odont. Dr. (PhD) at Göteborg University (Sweden) in 2006.
Professor in the post-graduate course, University of the State of São Paulo (UNESP), Faculty of Araçatuba (Brazil). Honorary professor at the University of Hong Kong (SAR, China). Visiting professor at the University of Padova (Italy).
Director of “Ariminum Research & Dental Education Center (ARDEC)” in Rimini, (Italy) since 2000. Head of the division of Oral Surgery at “ARDEC” (Ariminum Odontologica), Rimini (Italy) since 2001.
Member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology and of Clinical Oral Implant Research.
He has published a series of experimental and clinical articles, mainly regarding the healing of implant installed in compromised sites.
Osseointegration at marginal defects around implants
Artificially created marginal defects around implants represent a well-established model to study variables of interest for immediate implant installation. During the lecture, various animal experiments, in which different variables were applied, will be illustrated and the results discussed.
Immediate implant installation into alveolar sockets: suggestions from experimental studies
Implant installation into alveolar sockets immediately after tooth extraction is nowadays considered a reliable technique. However, many variables that can affect the final outcome should be considered during surgery. This lecture will address many of these variables such as implant positioning, implant size, augmentation procedures, presence/absence of the adjacent teeth, flapless procedure.