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  • Dr. Andrea Pilloni

Dr. Andrea Pilloni

Rome, Italy

Short CV
Received MD and DDS degrees at the University of Rome, Tor Vergata and a Master of Science in Oral Biology (MS) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Periodontics at the University of California, Los Angeles. While at UCLA he’s been assistant researcher in the Dental Anatomy and Oral Biology Department chaired by Prof. G.W. Bernard. At present time he’s Professor and Chair of Periodontology in the Section of Periodontics at the University of Roma “Sapienza”, School of Dentistry and Professor of Periodontology at the School of Dental Hygiene of the same University. Director of the Postdoc Master Program in Periodontics. Adjunct Associate Professor at the Ohio State University Section of Periodontics. Member of the Italian Ministry of Health in the Committee for National Board of Italian and non-european dentists. Active member of the Italian Society of Periodontology (board member of the cultural committee) and International member of the American Academy of Periodontology. Member of the European Tissue Repair Society. and of the European Wound Management Association. Active Member of the Wound Healing Society. Past President and Founder of the Italian Association of Bad Breath. Author of articles in peer-reviewed journals and of one book on GTR. Private practice limited to Periodontics.
Lecture
Biological and Clinical Early Wound Healing Mechanisms of Periodontal and Peri-implant Soft Tissues
Periodontal wound healing is based on a series of biological and cellular events that drive the soft and hard tissues to a clinical final result, of reparative or regenerative nature. The soft tissues, epithelium and gingival connective tissue, when considered alone, seem to possess peculiar characteristics. They play a role of high specialization in that, as a result of injury, they need to achieve the outcome of healing as quickly as possible in order to ensure the deep tissues (bone and cementum) to better reach the major objective for the clinician, i.e. the gain of attachment.

  Learning objectives :
  1. to understand periodontal soft tissue’s new biology
  2. techniques and biomaterials interact and
  3. eventually become periodontal new attachment.
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