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Andrew Dawood

Biography

Andrew devotes his time to implant dentistry at the Dawood and Tanner Dental Practice, and research and development for specialist implant manufacture and in 3D imaging and 3D printing. Andrew is an Honorary Consultant at University College Hospital London, The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, and Moorefield’s Eye Hospital, working with patients who have undergone extensive resection or trauma.

Utilising the latest technology to plan and implement both simple and advanced reconstructions, working in close conjunction with GDP’s, other specialists and laboratory technicians, Andrew particularly enjoys the collaborative aspects of treatment, helping the general dental practitioner to bring the benefits of implant treatments to their patients and their working life. Andrew has a particular interest in the implant rehabilitation of patients who have atrophic jaws; particularly those who have suffered implant failure with extensive bone loss.

Andrew has a passion for technology and ceramics. He is the Clinical Director of Cavendish Imaging - an independent CBCT imaging centre and medical modelling facility, and the founder of digits2widgets a 3D printing studio. He is a recreational potter

Resources from this author

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3D planning approach is critical for using available bone. Within the current digital workflow for guided surgery the planned prosthesis is translated into a radiographic guide. Dr Dawood raises the question how precise the guided surgery approach can be within this workflow, and...
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The lecture gives insight in the use of short, narrow and zygomatic implants in cases with severe bone resorption and how using these technologies can avoid bone grafting and protracted treatment periods. Supported by impressive patient cases, Dr Dawood reviews a treatment solution...
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The lecture gives insight in the tremendous change, advanced imaging techniques can provide to implant dentistry and dentistry in general. Dr Dawood presents examples where 3D visualization is able to reveal surprising diagnostic findings having a strong influence on treatment...

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Patient cases

A 65-year-old male healthy patient, who had already experienced implant reconstruction of his lower jaw some 12 years previously, wished to find a fixed alternative to his troublesome removable prosthesis. A good volume of bone and of keratinized tissues remained.

Radiology
Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
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Patient cases

A 47-year-old male patient diagnosed with a maxillary osteosarcoma, treated with excision, leaving a large oro-antral / oro-nasal fistula. He had to wear an obturator which leaked and was uncomfortable, affecting speech & function with a severe impact on his quality of life.

Radiology
CAD/CAM
Posterior implants
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Patient cases

A male patient had advanced cancer of the face/sinus, for which he received life-saving surgery with loss of his left eye, cheek, and jawbone and much of his skull. He could not have a surgical reconstruction due to his medical history.

Radiology
Edentulous treatments
Implants in compromised sites