Bone Augmentation In Everyday Dentistry - Basic & Advanced Techniques

Dr. Ehab Moussa DDS, MsD
November 19-20, 2021
New Orleans, LA

CE Details:

16 CE Credits
Lecture & Participation
AGD Subject Code 690


MINEC America

Course Overview:

Gain the Knowledge and Skill Set to Grow Bone Predictably in Implant Dentistry.

• Principles of bone augmentation
• Defect classification
• Advanced flap management and suturing
• Decision trees for vertical and horizontal bone augmentation
• Autogenous bone harvest from tuberosity, ramus, and atypical sites
• Clinical case review
• Post-op management
• Complications

Step by step techniques:
• Ridge preservation for compromised sockets
• Ridge expansion + GBR protocols
• Ridge splitting
• GBR with resorbable barriers
• Titanium mesh
• Khoury technique

Learning Objectives

• Understand the factors necessary for the success of any bone grafting procedure
• How to diagnose and classify bone defects based on a proposed classification
• How to manage lingual and palatal flaps for predictable primary closure
• How to harvest particulate autogenous bone and autogenous bone blocks
• How to manage vertical and horizontal defects based on presented decision trees
• How to avoid complications and protocols for their management

About the Instructor:

Dr. Moussa obtained his bachelor’s degree in dentistry from Alexandria University, Egypt, in 2009. He then joined his father in a specialty practice that focused on dental implant rehabilitation. In 2012, Dr. Moussa proceeded to join the periodontics fellowship program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland,Ohio where he pursued his master’s degree and residency in periodontics after completing his fellowship. A year later, Dr. Moussa completed the implant restoration fellowship program at Louisiana State University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He currently maintains a full-time position in a private practice
limited to periodontal surgery and dental implant rehabilitation. Dr. Moussa has lectured nationally and internationally on topics that include hard and soft tissue augmentation around implants,
periodontal-plastic surgery, and partial extraction therapy (PET).

• D.D.S. Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University - 2009
• Fellowship in Periodontics, Case Western Reserve University – 2013
• Masters in Periodontics, Case Western Reserve University - 2016
• Fellowship in Implant Prosthodontics, Louisiana State University -2017

Dr. Ehab Moussa DDS, MsD



Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center
1001 S. Peters Street. New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Phone: 504-525-0044

Tuition Cost:

Early Bird Until October 1st, 2021: $2,195
Course Fee After October 1st, 2021: $2,595

Educational Details:

16 CE Credits
Lecture & Participation
AGD Subject Code 690

Cancellation Policy:

Please contact provider

Registration and More Info:


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MINEC America (MegaGen International Network of Education & Clinical Research
Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement.
10/01/2021 to 09/30/2022. Provider ID# 322397

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