Tissue preservation in implant dentistry has become more of a reality than ever before. Partial extraction therapy (PET) is a concept that encompasses a few techniques aiming at site preservation in conjunction with implant placement. This lecture will focus on the application of PET in daily clinical practice.
The main objective will be to showcase the science of PET, and the remarkable potential it holds in implant dentistry
Dr. Moussa obtained his Bachelor’s degree in dentistry from Alexandria University, Egypt. He then joined his father in a specialty practice focusing on dental implant rehabilitation. In 2012 Dr. Moussa joined the periodontics fellowship program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Ohio. Following which he pursued a Master’s degree and residency in periodontics at CWRU. In 2016 Dr. Moussa joined the implant restoration fellowship program at Louisiana State University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He currently maintains a full time position in private practice limited to periodontal surgery and dental implant rehabilitation. Dr. Moussa has lectured nationally and internationally on topics that include; Hard and soft tissue augmentation around implants, partial extraction therapy, and full arch therapy.