Educational Resources

Maxxeus Dental is proud to announce an on-going series of Continuing Education events created for dental professionals who are interested in learning about hard and soft tissue grafting or refining their existing skills within their practice. Visit our events page for listings. 

Dr. Anthony Del Vecchio

Date: Postponed Due To COV-19

Chicago, IL

Dr. Del Vecchio is a board certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon with a passion for bone grafting, dental implantology and full arch reconstruction. A graduate of New York University in 1992, he completed his specialty training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Woodhull Medical Center of New York in 1997. He taught at Westchester Medical center in Valhalla, NY while also maintaining a full scope private practice. Advanced training with prominent national authors including Ken Parish, Istvan Urban, Thomas Balshi, Dan Cullum, and Yvon Fortin has allowed him to offer services like advanced ridge augmentation, zygomatic implants for the atrophic maxilla and AII-On-4® therapies before they were popular. He is also past president of the Peekskill study group and has lead multiple implant training programs (STPs) for the benefit and growth of his referrers.

Click here to download the registration form.

 

 

 

 

If you need a copy of our Instructions for Use or Tissue Usage form, you can download the current versions here:

Allograft Particulates

Xenograft Particulates

Allograft Membranes and Structural Grafts

Allograft DBM Putty

We will constantly be adding more education content, so please check back often to see what we've added. If there's anything in particular you'd like to see, feel free to submit a suggestion on the contact us page. 

Introduction to Maxxeus DBM

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Guided Bone Regeneration Procedure

by Dr. Dan Holtzclaw

Guided Tissue Regeneration on Site 30 Distal

by Dr. Dan Holtzclaw

Guided Tissue Regeneration on Site 14 Mesial

by Dr. Dan Holtzclaw

Immediate Mandibular Molar Implant

by Dr. Dan Holtzclaw