Dr Puria Parvini
Academic & professional appointments
Dr Parvini’s scientific publication with co-authors Otto Zuhr and Peter Eickholz won the Implant Research Award in 2018 awarded by the German Society of Periodontology for the publication Discomfort/Pain due to periodontal and peri-implant probing: Implant type and age.
- Deputy Director at the Department of Oral Surgery & Implantology at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
- Chief Senior Physician at the Centre for Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Medicine at the Goethe University Hospital in Frankfurt (Carolinum)
- Clinical Lecturer & Supervisor – Master of Science in Oral Implantology at Goethe University
- Tutor & Supervisor – Anatomical Institute at the University of Vienna, Austria
- Certified Expert of the German Society of Oral Implantology (DGOI)
Puria’s Habilitation topic “Tooth roots as autologous grafts for localised ridge augmentation” and publications in peer-reviewed high impact journals focus on Ridge augmentation, Immediate implantation and Soft tissue management around implants and teeth.
Dr. Parvini has more than 15 years of live-surgery experience and he carries out all aspects of periodontal management and dental implants and has a particular interest in Complex bone augmentation, Dental trauma and transplantation, Immediate implantation, Soft tissue management around implants and teeth, Plastic & aesthetic Periodontics, Management of complications in oral surgery.
He holds an ICOI Diplomate and ICOI Fellowship with International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). He is also an Emergency Medicine Instructor at the American Heart Association.
He is conducting clinical research on Immediate implantation and immediate loading (different implant systems), Augmentation procedures (DFG-project), Zirconia implants (different implant systems), Bone substitute materials (canine model).
He is twice recipient of the Award for Excellence in Teaching at Goethe University.
He is a registered Oral Surgeon on the GDC Specialist List.
The Speaker’s Scientific Publications
Complications in sinus lifting procedures
When patients lose teeth in the posterior maxilla, alveolar bone resorption follows as a consequence of physiological bone remodelling following tooth loss and also from sinus cavity pneumatization towards the alveolar crest. These two processes usually result in...
The Gold Standard in bone grafting: Autogenous bone augmentation
The success and long-term stability of dental implants is directly related to the quantity and quality of the supporting bone and surrounding soft tissue. When there is a lack of adequate bone volume for implant placement, a variety of bone augmentation procedures...
Soft tissue management in bone grafting
Soft tissue management has a great influence on the success of bone grafting procedure. According to Prof Fouad Khoury's clinical philosophy, successful bone augmentation requires impeccable soft tissue management. The care and preservation of existing soft and hard...