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Prof. Hakan Özyuvacı

Istanbul, Turkey

Short CV
He has published over hundered research papers in national and international journals. He has attended several international conferences and workshops to deliver his research findings and he has been invited educator for several training programs. He’s the delegate of Turkey of BDIZ-EDI (Bundesverband der implantologisch tatigen Zahnarzte in Europe) since 2008. He’s Board member of Istanbul Dental Chamber of Turkish Dental Assoc. who responsible to education. He carried on his academic career as a professor at Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department and retired last year, He is also working at Dental Forum Istanbul Oral Surgery and Implantology Clinic which he founded at 2006.
Second Generation Implantology (ZENITH)
Implantology is the most developing and promising field of dentistry with high success rates and good long-term results. Contemporarily, many different case types can be treated by implant dentistry safely and successfully. Today, practitioners are not just considering the functional aspects of implantology, they are also trying to achieve the most esthetic results. Their aim is to catch the perfection and to get close to the natural in both ways, both esthetical and functional. Briefly, today “good” is just not good enough. However, every practitioner aims to get the best result, it’s not always a one way road. Sometimes there may be complications, both in the short term and in the long term. Nowadays, dental implants are one of the most popular treatment options in oral surgery but we don’t always get the best outcome. In compatible with its growing number of applications, so its complications. It is time for us to start looking from the other aspect of implantology, how can we approach to cases that don’t have the best outcome? How can we get an esthetic and satisfactory result from implants that are in bad situation? Metaphorically, Is it possible to build a strong castle on poor grounds and weak foundations? The answer to these questions is second generation implantology: To start from the beginning, to refresh, to change the whole foundation. By removing and replacing the complicated implants with better and more suitable planning, by changing the whole ground, we can start over and get the results that we were looking for.

Learning Objective :
  1. Esthetic, functional and surgical complications of oral implantology and solutions. Long term results.


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