Dr. Istvan Urban

O predavaču

Dr. Urban je diplomirao dentalnu medicine 1991. godine na Sveučilištu Semmelweis School of Medicine and Dentistry  u Budimpešti, a već 1996. godine diplomirao je medicinu na istom sveučilištu.

Završio je redoviti program oralne kirurgije u bolnici St. Istvan u Budimpešti (1992.-1996.). Završio je pripravnički program iz parodontologije na UCLA.

Nakon što je završio Fellowship Program iz implantologije (1999.-2000.) na Sveučilištu Loma Linda u Loma Linda, Kalifornija, imenovan je docentom sljedeće godine. Dr. Urban ima licencu za rad u državi Kaliforniji (SAD) i vodi privatnu praksu u Budimpešti.

Doktorirao je parodontologiju 2012. godine na Sveučilištu u Szegedu u Mađarskoj. Trenutno je počasni profesor na Sveučilištu u Szegedu.

Dr. Urban je član upravnog odbora Osteology Foundation i objavio je znanstvene članke i poglavlja u udžbenicima o regeneraciji kosti i rekonstruktivnoj kirurgiji mekih tkiva oko dentalnih implantata. Dr.Urban je pridruženi klinički izvanredni profesor parodontologije i oralne medicine na Sveučilištu Michigan. Nedavno je postao predavač na Stomatološkom fakultetu Sveučilišta Harvard.

Dr. Urban je autor udžbenika pod naslovom “Vertical and Horizontal Augmentatio” objavljenog od strane Quintessence, koji je preveden na 12 jezika. Nedavno je napisao drugi dio knjige pod naslovom “VERTICAL 2: The NEXT LEVEL”.

 

Predavanje

Vertical Hard & Soft Tissue Regenration

Vertical and horizontal augmentation presents one of the greatest challenges of bone regeneration in implant dentistry.  This is primarily due to the difficulty of the surgical procedure and its potential complications. However, it has been demonstrated that successful clinical outcomes can be predictably achievable when strict protocols are followed. The detailed understanding of clinical anatomy should guide the clinician when managing the soft tissue flaps in an attempt to securely close the flaps to achieve optimal healing environment of the graft. Graft immobilizations, the optimal use of graft materials are essential in achieving bone formation even in a distance from the bony walls. This presentation will summarize the essential steps of ridge augmentation and gives an insight how a clinician can learn these demanding procedures.

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Learning objectives:

1. Understand the surgical anatomy of the floor of the mouth
2. Learn the surgical principles of ridge augmentation surgery
3. Learn the tension free closure of the flaps after vertical ridge augmentation
4. Learn soft tissue reconstructions after ridge augmentation

Hands-on course

Immediate implant placement in the anterior and posterior zone

Purpose and main topics

During the hands-on course, every participant will practice immediate implant placement in different clinical situations.  The anterior zone will be treated with the help of a surgical guide which allows for the ideal prosthetic position of an implant. Immediate fabrication of a crown will be made allowing for preservation and creating an optimal emergence profile. In the posterior zone, a first molar socket, will be treated with a wide platform implant, ideally designed for such indications.

After implant placement in 3D position and proper grafting of the site, the final abutment will be placed (On-One Abutment) ensuring ideal healing of the soft tissue around the final abutment (mucointegration).   Each participant will be guided and assisted throughout the process of implant placement, 3D positioning and fabrication of a provisional crown in the aesthetic zone.