Friday October 21, 2022 – 8:30am – 12:00pm
The ability to regenerate hard and soft tissues is a fundamental aspect of modern periodontal and implant therapy. Advances in regenerative techniques and biomaterials in recent years now allow for predictable regeneration of periodontal defects and stable dimensional gains in extraction sockets and edentulous ridges. This lecture will highlight the properties of various bone grafting and barrier membranes in the context of selecting the ideal regenerative material for various clinical scenarios. The lecture will also focus on key surgical and post surgical factors that increase the success rate of regenerative and augmentation procedures.
CDHBC QAP Competency – NA
Dr. Siavash Hassanpour has a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and a Master of bone biology. Dr. Hassanpour obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Univ of Toronto in 2014 and immediately entered the Periodontology Speciality program. Here he earned his speciality training and degree in Periodontics and obtained his 2nd Master’s degree in innate immunology.
Dr. Hassanpour is now a licensed and a board-certified periodontist and runs a practice limited to Periodontology in North York, Toronto. Dr. Hassanpour is a didactic and part time clinical instructor at the University of Toronto’s Graduate and Undergraduate Periodontology clinics. Dr. Hassanpour is currently serving as the past-president of the Toronto Central Dental Society, is an ODA general council member and is an executive on the Ontario Society of Periodontology.
When not at the office or giving back to the dental community, Dr. Hassanpour enjoys spending time with wife Kelley, 2 and half year-old son Kyan, and 5-months old Chocolate Lab Puppy Charlie. He is an avid golfer and enjoys spending time outdoors.