The VISTA Institute Philosophy
We believe that the most important aspect of clinical practice is decision making. For that reason, continuing education courses aim to provide the most updated evidenced-based information. To elevate the clinical skills, each course offers simulated exercises and live surgery demonstration. This allows clinician-learners to grasp the information, practice the techniques and receive feedback. Moreover, clinician-learners observe the protocols demonstrated, so that they can more readily implement what they have learned in their clinical practice.Learn More
Alveolar Bone Augmentation & Management of Minor & Major Bone Defects
Patients with atrophic alveolar bone have a variety of different presentations, including vertical versus horizontal atrophy, anatomic features such as flat vs. sloped defect walls or concavities, and various bone density (ex: cortical vs. cancellous bone). Each of these features...
Peri-Implant Soft Tissue Management
Peri-implant bone has been long considered the most critical factor for long-term maintenance of dental implant health. Peri-implant soft tissues have frequently been regarded to be important for aesthetics of implant-supported restorations. However, recent evidence has demonstrated...
Peri-Implantitis – Management of Peri-Implant Diseases
A variety of technical and biological complications can occur in implant dentistry, with functional and/or esthetic consequences. It is most important to understand the underlying reasons for each of these complications in order to avoid them. Some of complications associated with...
VISTA – Regenerative & Reconstructive
Vestibular Incision Subperiosteal Tunnel Access (VISTA) can be used in Oral Plastic Surgery (OPS) to address a variety of soft tissue and bone deficiencies around teeth and implants. The concept of VISTA is very well-aligned with plastic surgical principles, offering many surgical...