Dr Jonathan du Toit

Dr Jonathan du Toit

Soft tissue management around dental implants.

(WITH DR AVISH JAGATHPAL)

CV: Dr Jonathan Du Toit

BChD, Dip Oral Surg, Dipl Implantol, MSc (Dent)

Dr Jonathan Du Toit completed his dental degree at the University of the Western Cape, followed by a Diploma in Oral Surgery from the College of Maxillofacial & Oral Surgeons of South Africa, and a Diploma in Implantology from the Implant and Aesthetic Academy/University of Frankfurt. He simultaneously completed a Master’s degree at the University of the Witwatersrand in Implantology and the then University of Pretoria’s implantology certificate course. He is soon to complete his specialist training in periodontics and oral medicine at the University of Pretoria. He also co-director of the Midrand ITI study club, and one of only two ITI scholars ever selected from South Africa. With 29 journal publications, 3 textbook chapters, he has both published in and reviews for Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, the Journal of Oral Implantology, and the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, Journal of Prosthodontics, Implant Dentistry, and recently the International Journal of Esthetic Dentistry. Dr Du Toit is a senior lecturer at the Implant & Aesthetic Academy here in Cape Town, and has been invited during 2019 and 2020 to teach and speak at meetings in Hungary, Germany, China, Iran, and Brazil.

 

Lecture title:
Soft tissue management around dental implants

Summary
The scope of implant dentistry had long focused on osseointegration, the performance of the dental implant & management of bone. Yet, hard and soft tissues are symbiotic as they relate to both implant survival & treatment success. This lecture explores the techniques for soft tissue management at implants that complements the hard tissue & its augmentations, toward healthy & aesthetic outcomes.

Dr Jonathan Du Toit in the media

Choukroun Platelet-Rich Fibrin as an Autogenous Graft Biomaterial in Preimplant Surgery

Results of a Preliminary Randomized, Human Histomorphometric, Split-Mouth Study

Guided bone regeneration of a fenestration complication at immediate implant placement simultaneous to the socketshield technique

Recession subsequent to immediate implant placement is a certainty, be it 1 mm
minimum or greater. As the bundle bone is lost following the tooth’s extraction, this
recession is coupled to buccopalatal collapse and may see significant aesthetic
failure.

Esthetic tunnel exposure: A combination technique for peri-implant soft tissue development at second-stage surgery

An esthetically pleasing result is the product of both prosthetic excellence and the health and quality of the soft tissue that frames the restoration.

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