Be 3 steps ahead: Biologically driven treatment solutions in implant dentistry
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Date: 3rd November at 6pm AEDT.
Dr Michael Danesh-Meyer
Dr. Danesh-Meyer received a Bachelors degree in Dental Surgery and a Masters degree in Periodontics from the University of Otago. He was a member of the faculty at the University and in private practice limited to dental implants and periodontics in New Zealand. He is involved in teaching periodontics and implant dentistry to dentists, post-graduates students and dental specialists. He has conducted clinical research involving guided tissue regeneration, guided bone regeneration and dental implants since 1991. He has authored numerous articles and has lectured both nationally and internationally on topics related to tissue regeneration and dental implant therapy. In 2000 he established the Institute of Dental Implants and Periodontics and the Auckland Clinical Training Center in Newmarket, Auckland.
Dr Rebecca Ellis - Moderator
Dr Rebecca Ellis graduated BDS (Distinction) from the University of Otago 2011 and then worked as a dental house surgeon in both the Hawkes’ Bay and Auckland before working in private practice in Auckland. In 2015 Rebecca moved to Melbourne to complete a three-year doctoral degree in Periodontology. During her training she was awarded an ITI research grant for preclinical research in implant dentistry. Her research interests include preclinical and clinical research in immediate implant placement and also guided bone regeneration. She is a fellow of the ITI and co-director of the Auckland CBD ITI Study Club.
Rebecca works as a specialist Periodontist in full-time private practice at the Institute of Dental Implants and Periodontics in Auckland, New Zealand.