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Dr. Albino Triaca

Indications and limitations of surgical procedures

Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Session 1: 8:40-9:05
Dr. Albino Triaca


The main goal of the presentation is the comparison of conventional bone augmentation in the maxilla and mandible with the augmentation by means of distraction osteogenesis.
With respect to the conventional bone augmentation we present a new method for soft tissue coverage. The pre-prosthetic alveolar distraction is presented as based on the common distraction techniques applied on the maxilla and mandible. The surgical technique as well as experiences, problems and results of distraction osteogenesis in maxillofacial surgery are discussed.


Educational Record
1971-1978 University of Zurich (Human medicine)
1981-1984 University of Zurich (Dental medicine)
Dissertation: Das Gesicht als definierbares Modell (The face as a definable model)

Post-Doctoral Training
1980-1987 General surgery, Limmatspital Urdorf/ ZH (Head: Prof. Schwarz)
1980-1981 Pediatric general surgery, Kinderspital der Universität Zürich (Head: Prof. Rickham)
1981-1987 Maxillofacial surgery, Abteilung für Kiefer- und Gesichtschrirurgie der Universität Zürich (Head: Prof. H. Obwegeser)
1987-1990 Head doctor of department of maxillofacial surgery, Abteilung für Kiefer- und Gesichtschirurgie (Head: Prof. H. F. Sailer)
1990 Fellowship in Plastic surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery University of Miami Florida, USA (Head: Prof. Millard)
1990- Head of Max Center, European Center for Maxillo-Facial and Aesthetic surgery, Republica di San Marino
1990- Head of Maxillo-Facial-Center, Klinik Pyramide am See

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