Dr. Giorgio Tabanella
Dr. Tabanella is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and Active Member of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. He graduated from the University of Southern California-Los Angeles-USA where he obtained the Certificate in Periodontics as well as the Master of Science in Craniofacial Biology.
He is Director and founder of O.R.E.C. – Oral Reconstruction and Education Center (www.tabanellaorec.com), reviewer and author of original articles published in peer-reviewed journals.
He is Scientific Coordinator of the International Implant Conference, reviewer and author of original scientific articles published in international journals such as the Journal of the American Dental Association, Journal of Inflammation, World Journal of Stomatology, Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, Journal of Periodontology, EC Dental Science, etc.
Dr. Tabanella presents regularly in Europe, Asia, South Anfrica, Middle East and America on implant and periodontal surgery, peri-implant bone remodeling, periodontal aesthetics, reconstruction and regeneration of hard and soft tissues, management of implant complications. His research focuses on tissue regeneration and augmentation with minimally invasive surgical techniques.
He maintains a private practice in Rome, Italy where he also holds advanced courses and live surgeries on tissue regeneration and re-treatment of implant failures for a limited numbers of participants.
Dr. Tabanella’s research focuses on the development of minimally invasive techniques for advanced tissue reconstructions in aesthetic areas and in patients with severe bone loss due to periodontal disease or iatrogenic damages. The maintenance of long-term aesthetic results and therefore the refined management of bone and gingival tissues is the focus of his daily work.
The increasingly widespread use of endosseous implants by unskilled doctors has led to an indiscriminate increase in patients with damaged, unsightly and ailing implants. This led Dr. Tabanella to develop a line of research on the predictive factors of implant complications, such as bone loss, and to define advanced protocols for the retreatments for these specific clinical cases: mistreated patients must, in a definitive way, solve their functional, phonetic and aesthetic problems.
Other research “topics” are: implant and periodontal surgery, peri-implant bone remodeling, periodontal aesthetics, reconstruction and regeneration of hard and soft tissues, management of implant complications, aesthetics in complex clinical cases and peri-implant bone loss.