Geistlich is dedicated to the continuing education of our clinician partners. Whether in person or virtual, our mission is to increase the knowledge of regenerative dentistry. We look forward to partnering with you on your journey and growing with you as a clinician.

1400+

Publications

700+

live events & courses
over the last 4 years

16000+

attendees from
educational events

Upcoming Events

13th Ramfjord Symposium

June 13, 2024 - June 15, 2024
Rackham Graduate School | Ann Arbor, MI
Jun
13

Found 122 Results
Key Study

3-Year Results Show that Yxoss CBR is a Predictable Technique for Bone Gain in Advanced Defects

Dr. Matteo Chiapasco

Matteo Chiapasco, D.D.S., M.D.
Grazia Tommasato, D.D.S., M.S.C.

BIOBRIEF, Download, Video

3D Bone Augmentation Using Customized Titanium Mesh in Conjunction with Autogenous Bone and Bovine Bone Material Granules

Key Study

A 4- to 5-year retrospective clinical and radiographic study of Neoss implants placed with or without GBR procedures

Key Study

A randomized, controlled, multicentre clinical trial of post-extraction alveolar ridge preservation

Dr. Hector L. Sarmiento
New York, New York, USA

Clinical Case

A Regenerative Approach to Peri-implantitis

Hector L. Sarmiento, D.M.D., MSc.
Manhattan, New York, USA

BIOBRIEF, Download, Video

A Regenerative Approach to Peri-implantitis

Alecsandru Ionescu, DDS, PhD
On Demand

Video, Webinar

Alveolar Ridge Augmentation Using the Open Healing Concept

Key Study

American Academy of Periodontology best evidence consensus statement on the use of biologics in clinical practice

Tamir Wardany, D.D.S.
@drwardany

BIOBRIEF, Download, Video

Avoiding Post-Implant Placement and Long Term Crestal Bone Resorption by Thickening Vertical Soft Tissue

Key Study

Biodegradation of differently cross-linked collagen membranes: an experimental study in the rat

Prof. Dr. Ronald E. Jung
Zürich, Switzerland

BIOBRIEF, Download, Video

Bone Augmentation L-Shape Technique with Early Implant Placement

Key Study

Clinical and radiographical performance of implants placed with simultaneous guided bone regeneration using resorbable and nonresorbable membranes after 22-24 years, a prospective, controlled clinical trial