Synthetic particulate graft materials have been used in medical bone regeneration for over 100 years and recently their use has been growing rapidly in dentistry.

The speaker, with over 20 years’ experience (and 7,000 grafts) of using synthetic particulate materials, will evaluate the scientific research, his own and others, to help understand the improved efficacy that has led to this surge in popularity.

He will also examine protocols to optimise clinical outcomes, from his original published protocol to the many exciting new concepts in a more minimal surgical approach. The idea of reduced surgical sites is well researched and practiced in medicine and the benefits are now being seen in dentistry and oral surgery.

The idea of host bone regeneration and healing will be looked into, and how to up-regulate this response with these newer materials and protocols. This will include numerous clinical cases including:
• Buccal defects and dehiscences
• Apicectomy and cyst removal
• Sinus augmentation
• Peri-implantitis
• Periodontitis

About the speaker:
Dr Peter JM Fairbairn has been involved in Implant placement for over 31 years as well as scientific and clinical development of synthetic graft materials for over 20 of them. He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy, School of Dentistry, Mi, USA and practices in Kensington, West London.

Peter is honorary life member and past Director of the ADI (UK) and a past president of the London Dental Fellowship. He has lectured on surgical and implant Dentistry for over 15 years in over 50 countries globally and during the lockdown has done a fortnightly webinar of these topics.

He has published countless publications including many research papers in Pubmed as well as Chapters in two books and is currently working on a third with Quintessence.


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Gain access to 6 video training modules and advance through the tutorials to get a simple grasp on using EthOss in various procedures. 


Routine Implant Procedures - Part 1

Module 1, part 1: Dr Peter Fairbairn, 8 minutes

Dr Fairbairn discusses using EthOss to treat routine bone loss cases according to his published Protocol.  

MODULE 1 - P2-1

Routine Implant Procedures - Part 2

Module 1, part 2: Dr Peter Fairbairn, 12 minutes

Dr Fairbairn also discusses flap design, suture techniques and the importance of thorough cleaning / degranulation prior to grafting.


Socket Grafting

Module 2: Dr Peter Fairbairn, 15 minutes

Advice and techniques for optimising socket grafting outcomes with EthOss,  includes options for covering the site and how to effectively clean extraction sockets prior to graft placement