Edmond Bedrossian - Avoiding potential complications in the management of edentulous patients
- Key biomechanical and surgical principles to avoid complications with the Zygoma concept
- Guidelines for complication management when using the Zygoma implant
- Established strategies for soon-to-be-edentulous patients general session
- Nobel Biocare New York Global Symposium 2016
This lecture will introduce key biomechanical and surgical principles in order to avoid complications, as well as guidelines for complication management when using the Zygoma implant. Management of failed or fractured Zygoma implants in addition to protocol for management of potential sinus infections will be reviewed. The trajectory of the Zygoma implant and review of the ZAGA classification will be discussed in detail.
Dr. Edmond Bedrossian received his dental degree from the University of the Pacifi c and completed his Oral & Maxillo facial surgery training at Alameda Medical Center. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral & Maxillo facial Surgeons and is in private practice in San Francisco, California. Dr. Bedrossian is also the Director of Implant Surgical training at the University of the Pacific, Arthur A Dugoni School of Dentistry. He has authored numerous articles and text book chapters and is the author of the textbook, Systematic treatment planning for the edentulous patients, forwarded by P-I Brånemark. He lectures internationally and is a member of the Board of directors for the Brånemark Institute and the current President of the Brånemark Foundation North America.