Hakan ÖZYUVACI

Name Surname: İhsan Hakan ÖZYUVACI

Date of Birth: 12/10/1964

Title: Professor

Language Skills: Turkish , English (Advance)


Education: Graduated from Etiler High School 1979-1982

Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry 1982-1987


Academic Degree

Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry

Assistantship Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department 1987-1992

Assistant Professor Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department 1996-2006

Professor Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department 2006


Ph.D. Dissertation

Experimental Analysis of Biomechanic and Histological Changes of Bone Structure Following Hydroxyapatite Placement


Associations

Turkish Dental Association

Turkish Society of Oral Implantology

Turkish Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Turkish Society of Endodontics

Turkish Academy of Osseointegration


•He has published over hundered research papers in national and international journals. He has attended several international conferances and workshops to deliver his research findings and he has been invited educator for several training programs.

•He’s the delegate of Turkey of BDIZ-EDI (Bundesverband der implantologisch tatigen Zahnarzte in Europe) since 2008.

•He carried on his academic career as a professor at Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department and retired last year, He is also working at Dental Forum Istanbul Oral Surgery and Implantology Clinic which he founded at 2006.


Evaluation of Radiographical Datas From an Oral Surgeon’s Point of View


Achieving long term success in dentistry depends on two basic principles. First principle is diagnosis and planning, second one is completing the treatment process without causing any pain to our patients! Before starting the treatment, diagnosing and planning the technique plus required materials are extremely important. For example in surgical procedures, while extracting an impacted tooth, previous defining of the location, angle and deepness causes minimal trauma to the patient and this is only posiible with radiographical evaluation. There is still a conflict in treatment techniques of cystic lesions between marsupialization of the related cyst and preferring longer process or enucleating the lesion immediately and preferring shorter process. However modern radiographical images make the decision lot easier. Radiographical datas lighten our way during implant surgeries and by their help, placing the implants in accurate places where they can support the prosthetic restoration ideally and also enhancing the bone volume if necessary with the correct techniques and materials are not beyond our reach. Entegration of the modern radiographical techniques with CAD-CAM technology makes possible the perfect placement of the implants with pre-prepared surcigal guides and even perfect adaptation of the pre-prepared prosthetics at the same session.

Is it possible to to reach the maximum patient pleasure with all these resoruces?