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Tristan Staas

Biography

Dr. Tristan Staas graduated from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands in 1988. Together with his wife who is also a dentist, they founded Staas and Bergmans Zorgvooruwmond in 1990, a praxis for general dentistry, and clinic for esthetic dentistry and implantology in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In 2012 they founded a second office, Staas and Bergmans Expertisevooruwmond, a partnership clinic consisting of various dental specialists working as a team treating patients needing complex therapy. Dr. Staas has focused his practice and teaching interests on immediate implant placement and collaborates with other clinicians working together in their practices in the Netherlands. He provides instruction to colleagues on immediate replacements, esthetic solutions and the use of NobelActive implants, and is performing research on these procedures and long-term outcomes.

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Patient cases

A 26-year-old female patient is treated following the "MeteenDoor"- protocol. This Dutch protocol includes the placement of a bone substitute simultaneously with Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization (IIPP) reducing the horizontal buccal bone changes.

CAD/CAM
Immediate implant placement
Anterior implants
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Videos

Dr Staas and Michiel Wouters discuss the team approach between lab and clinician from an esthetic, biological, predictability and reliability perspective. They review material selection and restoration design aspects, such as CAD/CAM and Zirpress techniques, emergence profile,...
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Videos

The lecture describes the treatment options in edentulous cases with a focus on the upper jaw and structures the concepts in anatomical situations with major bone loss, moderate bone loss and no/minimal bone loss. Highlighting with clinical examples for each of these situations Dr...
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Videos

In comparison to the natural tooth the implant does not have a periodontal ligament which supports vascularization of the bone and the gingival attachment. Therefore especially the buccal plate at an implant site is subject to resorption. Dr Staas emphasizes the importance of an...