Dr. Marko Blašković graduated at the Medical faculty of the University of Rijeka in 2003. Afterwards, he completed several programs such as the UCLA/glDE Master Program in Implant Dentistry at the UCLA School of Dentistry in Los Angeles, USA or the Summer School of Periodontology and Implantology in Heidelberg, Germany. Between 2012 and 2016, he obtained his specialization in Oral Surgery at the University of Zagreb.

Since 2015, Dr. Blašković acts as a specialist in Oral Surgery and an associate assistant at the Department of Oral Surgery of the Medical University of Rijeka. In 2016, he was assigned as a specialist in Oral Surgery at the private dental practice Poliklinika Blašković in Rijeka, Croatia, where he has been involved since 2005. Since 2015 he has been lecturing regularly on the international events. Also he was a regular lecturer on the courses and hands-on trainings organized by the Department of oral surgery, Medical university of Rijeka.

Dr Marko Blaskovic has been active in the scientific field as an author of different research papers.


Guided bone regeneration (GBR) – correlating the appropriate choice of biomaterial with specific clinical scenarios

Guided bone regeneration (GBR) was developed in the late 80’ based on the guided tissue regeneration. Quickly it become the most popular technique for bone regeneration due to its versatility: the same technique can be used to treat small periimplant defects like dehiscence or fenestrations, or large horizontal defects where simultaneous implant placement is not possible and a staged approach is mandatory. The popularity of the GBR technique lead to the development of different biomaterials and membranes. Today, the GBR technique is the mostly documented technique in the literature. Still, there is a lot of confusion and uncertainty among practitioners regarding the choice of biomaterial suitable for different clinical scenarios.