Treating the untreatable

Dental Health: Current Research.ISSN: 2470-0886

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Treating the untreatable

Mahmood Qureshi

Pakistan Academy of Implant Dentistry, Pakistan

: Dent Health Curr Res


In reality, most of the patients seeking implant treatment with existing edentulous areas either do not have adequate bone to permit implants to be placed or to have them placed into normal root locations. This may lead to no treatment at all, limited number of implants, complicated prosthesis, inadequate occlusion, unnecessary over treatment, excessive costs poor esthetics / oral hygiene. This atrophy is a dynamic, functional loss as the bone heals and changes from stress bearing to non-stress bearing bone. For successful implant placement the goal should be to recreate bone in the same positions. In pursuance of perfection and a comprehensive solution the course conductor will present a unique philosophy, emphasizing on treating the untreatable cases; and will present to you the simplest ways to achieve these goals.


Mahmood Qureshi, Founder President, Pakistan Academy of Implant Dentistry & Pakistan Academy of Facial Aesthetics, Director, MQI- the International Institute of Implant & Reconstructive Surgery; MQ is one of the acknowledged international mentors and a leading dental implant & oral reconstructive surgery expert. He has developed and modified several surgical techniques and instruments and is the originator of the ‘2 IC' Universal Concept and 'SABIRIN'- a unique philosophy of treating the untreatable patients. He has developed MQMET - a revolutionary and an innovative implant placement system. Founder of the "1 year" post graduate curricula in implantology; Editor of the International Journal of "IMPLANTS"; An international course presenter; has lectured extensively & conducted over 1000 professional presentations on implantology in 5 continents.


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