Socket Shield, Dual Zone, Sashimi: Making Sense of Current Anterior Implant Protocols
Understand anterior gingival esthetics and the unique challenges of dental implant gingival esthetics.
Learn about the changes that take place when a tooth is extracted, and how to offset these changes with various approaches.
Understand the importance of the implant emergence profile, how to establish it at the time of implant placement, and transfer it to the final restoration.
Dr. Bradley Weinstein
Dr. Weinstein is board-certified in Periodontology and Dental Implant Surgery. Originally from Pittsburgh, Dr. Weinstein earned his Bachelors in Economics, magna cum laude from Columbia University in 2004. He then earned his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 2008. He completed 2 years of General Practice Residency at the Manhattan and Bronx Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals in New York, where he served as chief resident. Afterwards he moved to Seattle, where he received his certificate in Periodontics and earned a Masters of Science degree from the University of Washington in 2013.
In 2013, Dr. Weinstein was awarded the prestigious Balint Orban Memorial Award for his research on Peri-implantitis. He has also won an award at the Volpe Prize, an international research competition for the best clinical research in periodontology. His research has been presented at the Academy of Osseointegration and his surgical work has been featured in the textbook “Soft Tissue Management: the Restorative Perspective”. Dr. Weinstein teaches at the University of Washington as an affiliate faculty member and has published articles about dental implants in multiple peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Periodontology, the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, Clinical Advances in Periodontology, and Periodontology 2000. Dr. Weinstein is a co-owner and practitioner of Advanced Periodontics, Microsurgery and Implantology of Seattle.
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