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Ronald Jung is trained in oral surgery, prosthodontics and implant therapy. He is currently Head Division of Implantology Center of Dental Medicine, Clinic of Reconstructive Dentistry at the of the University of Zürich.
In 2006 he worked as Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Periodontics at the University of Texas Heath Science Center at San Antonio, USA (Chairman: Prof. Dr. D. Cochran). 2008 he finalized his „Habilitation“ (venia legendi) in dental medicine and was appointed at the University of Zürich.
In 2011 he became his PhD doctorate degree of the University of Amsterdam, ACTA dental school, The Netherlands.
In 2013 he worked as Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences at Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Boston, USA.
In 2015 he has been promoted to full Professorship for Implantology at the University of Zurich.
He is an accomplished and internationally renowned lecturer and researcher, best known for his work in the field of hard and soft tissue management and his research on new technologies in implant dentistry.
He is currently Treasurer of the EAO, Past President of the Swiss Society of Reconstructive Dentistry and member of the Board of Directors of the Osteology Foundation.

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THU 24.03 | 14:50

Currently, there are a variety of successful techniques available for hard-and soft tissue regeneration. The present lecture will provide you with all necessary information related to extraction socket management and soft tissue management for a less invasive and more successful implant therapy.

Based on clinical complications and wrong decisions the lecture will present how to make the right decisions for handling of extraction sockets, including soft tissue management and implant timing.

The lectures will provide you with a lot of practical information of all steps necessary to achieve an optical pleasing and healthy result.

THU 24.03 | 17:25

The present lecture will provide a lot of practical information on how to improve volume stability in esthetic areas, to reduce the invasiveness and to improve patient care. This will be achieved by elevating to the next level of hard- and soft tissue regeneration. New GBR techniques using stabilized bone graft materials and new soft tissue substitutes to replace autogenous grafts will be presented.

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