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A two-day conference shaping the future of zygomatic implant treatment.

March 1st/2nd 2019
Museum of London

” I’m really looking forward to welcoming you to 2 days of informative education about zygomatic implants. Whether you are new to this form of treatment or have used them for years, this conference is bound to help you manage complex patients with these remarkable implants”

Mr Chris Butterworth

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Zygomatic 2019: Lectures

Does the maxillary sinus matter? Clinical assessments, radiological correlates and the role of a (friendly) ENT surgeon 

Mr Sam Leong, Consultant in ENT Surgery

Friday March 1: 2pm-2.40pm

This session will focus on the assessment of patients with sinonasal symptoms, correlation between endoscopic and radiology findings, and provide an overview of contemporary treatment algorithms for maxillary sinusitis. The objectives of the session are to provide practical answers to sinonasal problems encountered by dental implantologists.

Should I be concerned about a patient complaining of a stuffy nose? 

How do I assess the stuffy nose, in particular the maxillary sinus?

What is SNOT (Sino-Nasal Outcome Test)? 

How can maxillary sinusitis be managed?

What can the ENT surgeon do for me and my patient? 

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