Dental Implant Institute Steigmann
Over the years we realized that specific skills in handling tissues are the priority in implant therapy. Adjusting soft tissue handling to the specific anatomy and biotype of each patient. For this reason the courses at Steigmann Institute focus to teach these specific, valid techniques during surgery and prosthetics in a unique comprehensive way. Hands-On on human like tissue helps incorporate up-to-date scientific based surgical approach in daily practice. Finding out there is a need for a more structured approach in learning about the soft tissue, we offer the whole range of soft tissue management for every location in the oral cavity:
1. Module 1 - For Bone Augmentation | 2. Module 2 - For the Aesthetic Zone | 3. Module 3 - Prosthetic Soft Tissue Development | 4. Module 4 - Complication and Full Arch Restoration |5. Module 5 – For Vertical Augmentation
Participants will learn in theory first how different tissue biotype react different to surgical trauma. For this reason we have adjusted the surgical approach to the biotype (tissue thickness) specific to each patient and location in the oral cavity.
The Hands on exercise will let the participants practice these specific techniques with specially designed instruments by Dr. Steigmann (micro-instruments & soft tissue splitters).
Learn Suturing methods with micro-sutures of different composition. Each participants will learn suturing adequate techniques with multifilament, monofilament and PFTE suturing materials.
Specially designed models and pig jaws also extra edited videos for every procedure.
The tissue thickness dictates the way it is manipulated for high volume augmentation.
The course will describe step by step the gain of soft tissue for tension free closure even in cases of reduced soft tissue thickness. By examples of failure teach how to avoid mistakes.
Live surgery can be observed while parallel on different screen the procedure is described by adjunct faculty. Ergonomic equipment and generous lecture and practice rooms enhance the mediation of
theoretical and practical educational contents and facilitate the learning of ultra-modern surgical techniques.
Participants discuss their own cases & complications.
Clinicians will learn how to build treatment plans based on individual circumstances. The participants will get to plan prosthetically and aesthetically the position of the implant on special designed models.
Module 1: Soft Tissue Management for Bone Augmentation
Soft tissue tension free closure – step by step
Tension free flap adaptation – multiple options
Suturing techniques with and against tension
Adequate soft tissue manipulation for thin and thick biotype
Improve soft tissue thickness
Gain soft tissue elasticity
Create keratinized gingiva
The tissue thickness dictates the way it is manipulated for high volume augmentation. Thick biotype can be managed in a classical manner. On the other side thin biotype needs new surgical approaches with specific instruments. The course will describe step by step the gain of soft tissue for tension free closure even in cases of reduced soft tissue thickness.
Soft tissue management for sinuslift
Bone augmentation in the maxilla-palatal sliding flap
Bone augmentation in the mandible PPF, VBF or Steipod
Module 2: Soft Tissue Management for the Aesthetic Zone
Incision in the aesthetic zone
Different flapdesigns for the aesthetic zone
for soft tissue improvement
for creating keratinized gingiva
for gaining soft tissue elasticity
EBF aesthetic buccal flap, roll flap, pedicular flap and soft tissue uncovering techniques
Advanced suturing techniques
Ergonometrically designed equipment and generous lecture and practice rooms enhance the mediation of theoretical and practical educational contents and facilitate the learning of ultra-modern surgical techniques.
Hands-On for flap design in the aesthetic zone
Incision and suturing on pig jaws
Aesthetic soft tissue surgery
Module 3: Soft Tissue Management – Prosthetic Soft Tissue Development
Abutment design for ideal soft tissue support
Pontic design for aesthetic soft tissue development
Emergence profile design for crown and abutment
Different Wax-ups modalities
AestheticTry-ins for different therapeutical phases
Crown margin definition
Gingiva-management with temps and Mock ups
Hands-On on models
Strategy and procedures on Prosthetic implant planning
Abutment selection single tooth (chairside & lab side)
abutment selection multiple implants
special double cast preparation for soft tissue development in the aesthetic zone
Comprehensive hands on training
Video surgical demonstration
Module 4: Soft tissue complication and full arch restoration
Being a highly specialized module, the “Soft tissue complication and full arch restoration” is limited to participants who visited module 1, 2 + 3.
Day 1: Preventing and repair of soft tissue complications around implants
Gingivalrecessionaround implants-how to repair
Papilladevelopmentafter papilla loss
Day 2: Full arch reconstruction
Softtissuedevelopmentfor multiple implants in the aesthetic zone
Fabricationanddesignof temporaries for soft tissue development
Therapyplanninginfullarch reconstruction for high aesthetic demand
Module 5: Soft Tissue Management for Vertical Augmentation
Anatomical implications for vertical augmentation
Soft tissue management for vertical augmentation In the mandible – thick biotype vs. thin biotype
Buccal flap management &lingual flap manipulation For small and high volume augmentation
Soft tissue management for vertical augmentation In the posterior maxilla
Soft tissue management for vertical augmentation aesthetic zone
Grafting materials for the maxilla
Incision Flap design for Vertical augmentation in the aesthetic zone
Suturing techniques for vertical augmentation dependent on the location
Incision flap designe & suture for vertical augmentation –mandible: incision &Buccal flap management-Lingual flap management
Suturing techniques –tension suture /reposition suture
Incision flap design flap preparation & suture for vertical augmentation in frontal maxilla
Dr. Marius Steigmann
Graduated in Dental Medicine in Neumarkt in 1987. In 2005 Dr. Steigmann received his phd Summa cum laude from university of Neumarkt.
He is a Diplomate of the ICOI and a member of the board of the DGOI. He has also received the medal of “Semmelweiss” Budapest University dental school dept. of oral and maxillofacial surgery. He is the founder and Scientific chairman of “Update Implantologie Heidelberg” 2002-2011 and the founder and director of the “Steigmann Institute”.
Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor University of Michigan Dpt. of Periodontics
Adjunct Assistant Professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery Boston University
Adjunct Assistant Professor University of Pennsylvania Dpt. of Endodontics
Honorary Professor of the “Carol Davila “university Bucharest, Invited Senior Guest
Visiting Professor university of Szeged faculty of dentistry
Visiting professor department of Implantology in Temeschburg
Dr.Steigmann lectures and publishes extensively
Member of several associations (such as DGOI, FIZ,BDIZ und ICOI)
He is a Diplomate of the ICOI and other European societies
Member of the board of the DGOI.
Dr.Steigmann also received the medal of “Semmelweiss“ Budapest University dental scool, dept. of oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Dr. Steigmann received his phd from university of Neumarkt 2005.
Founder and Scientific chairman of “Update Implantologie Heidelberg” 2002-2012.
Dr. Steigmann served as ICOI Vice President of Germany 2005-2011.
Founder and director of the “Steigmann Institute”.
Dr. Steigmann maintains a private practice in Neckargemünd, Germany.