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Implantology and Periodontics course at Fundación Clínica Pardiñas

Los próximos días 28, 29 y 30 de abril se celebrará un Curso de Implantología y Periodoncia en las instalaciones de la Fundación Clínica Pardiñas.  Fundación Clínica Pardiñas, in collaboration with ImplantePerio and New York University, presents a new course about Implantology and Periodontics. This even will take place during the 28th, 29th and 30th of Aptil at the Fundacion Clinica Pardiñas facilities, and it will be focused on the soft and hard tissue reconstructions in the anterior area and in the diagnostic and trearment of the periimplant diseases. Also the following topics will be covered: 

  • Grafting of soft and hard tissues. Donnor sites. 
  • Socket preservation. 
  • Immediate implant protocols. 
  • Oseointegration and reoseointegration. 
  • Diagnostic, histopathology and prevalence. 
  • Implant extractions. 
  • Prevention of periimplantitis. 

With the objetive of offering the atendees with the best formative quality, the course will count with professionals of the highest level: Profesor Paulo Fernando Mesquita de Carvalho from Instituto ImplantePerio de Sao Paulo (Brazil), Dr. Ismael Khouly from New York University (USA), Dr. Oreste Iocca from Universidad de Roma (Italy) and Dr. Simón Pardiñas.  

All who are interested to assist would need to make the reservation calling to 881 129 939 or by email at: info@fundacionclinicapardinas.com. The tuition fee is 1000 euros and the seats are limited, being assigned by inscription order. More information available on the following flyer.

Programa del Curso de Implantología y Periodoncia en Fundación Clínica Pardiñas

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