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P.E.T." Partial Extraction Therapies & "SS" Socket Shield - Evidence and Techniques Beyond the Concept

This hands-on course will provide the attendee with an in-depth review of a new innovative armamentarium and techniques utilized for "PET" (Partial Extraction Therapies) and specifically Socket Shield approaches for tooth replacement with dental implants. In addition, this course will focus on applications of immediate dental implants in the critical esthetic zone.

The actual step-by-step design and utilization of each bur and tool will be highlighted as well as a biological rationale supported by current literature and histology.The Hands-on will utilize prosthetic models, high speed motors and specifically designed burs to highlight each step in the process.

Faculty: Dr. Mark Bishara

Date: Oct 5 2024

7 CE points

AGD Subject Code: 690

Breakfast, Break and Lunch Included

Time:  8:30-4

Location: 513 Brock Street North, Whitby, L1N 4J1

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HANDS on exercises:

Lifelike 3D print models to practice on + make your own Cervico Custom Healing Abutment

Learn about application in the esthetic zone

Learn how to deal with complications 

Learn about application in full arch 

Tips and Tricks to maximize your success

Partial Extraction Therapy Course Objectives:

- Understanding the biology behind the concept, and its impact on tissue collapse prevention

- Being able to adequately select the cases eligible to perform PET and it’s surgical benefits

- Being able to assess and establish risk on eligible cases

- Being able to select the cases eligible to perform PET and immediate load

- How to incorporate PET cases into your digital workflow - provisional & final

- Managing complications

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Dr. Mark Bishara completed his undergraduate studies in medical biophysics, at the University of Western Ontario and was a gold medal recipient as top graduate of his program. He went on to complete his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry. Since graduating, he practices in the Durham region with a focus on digital workflow, dental implants, bone grafting material regeneration and tissue regeneration. He currently collaborates with members of the Miron Lab in the United States on tissue regeneration utilizing Platelet Rich Fibrin(PRF). He is a published author on PRF , immediate dental implants and clinical applications. He is the President and founder of the Canadian Implant Dentistry Network (CIDN), Canada’s largest dental implant community with over 13,000 members focused on advancing implant dentistry . He can be reached at


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