Jay Malmquist: Biologic principles for tissue regeneration that must be considered in treatment planning
- Biological principles accounting for treatment results in tissue regeneration procedures
- Wound healing, stabilization of graft materials & maintaining vascular integrity of host site and materials
- Improving confidence levels in hard and soft tissue management – Regenerative solutions general session
- Nobel Biocare New York Symposium 2016
A guided pathway to success for regenerative solutions must utilize basic biological principles of wound healing and the inflammatory response. Basic principles of biology must not be violated when attempting to replace tissue defects. These principles such as wound healing, stabilization of graft materials, maintaining vascular integrity of host site and materials, as well as the ecology of the human sigma must be accounted for.
Dr. Jay Malmquist received a DMD degree and advanced training as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. His interest in research on bone physiology and regeneration led him to Emory University where he engaged in research protocols in the evolution of bone proteins and bone grafting techniques. He shares his knowledge in oral surgery and research as a professor at Oregon Health Science University in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and served as an examiner on the board. He lectures nationally and internationally and has authored numerous articles and chapters in textbooks. His focus in his private practice in Portland includes bone grafting, bone regeneration and dental implant surgery.