Über den Autor

Dr. Andrea Tedesco

Studio Dentistico
Via Mattioli Pierandrea 76
50139 Florenz
+39 55 481790


  • Dr. Andrea Tedesco graduated in Dentistry and Prosthodontic at the University of Florence, Italy. He completed his Clinical Residency at the Oral Surgery Department of Careggi Hospital, in Florence, Italy.
  • He specialized in “Oral Surgery“ and defended his thesis “The maxillary sinus surgical lift. Remote control of 38 cases“ at the Oral and Maxillofacial Department of the Traumatologic Orthopaedic Center Hospital of Florence.
  • He gained his Post-graduate Diploma at the Oral and Maxillofacial Department of the Guy‘s and St. Thomas Hospital, London, UK.
  • Member of the “Cone Implant McBio“ Scientific Committee.
  • Clinical Residency with Dr. Paulo Malo at the Maloclinic in Lisbon, Portugal
  • Clinical Residency with Prof. Chantal Malevez by using zygomatic implants with advanced surgical techniques at the St. Jean Clinique, in Bruxelles.
  • General Dental Council enrolled, London UK.
  • Member of the European Association for Osseointegration.
  • Member of the Dental Implantology Association of London.
  • Oral Surgery Consultant about the treatment of severe atrophy of the jaw with the use of zygomatic implants at the Dentistry Department of the S. Chiara Hospital - Pisa University - Prof. M. Gabriele.
  • Clinical Residency on the implant-prosthetic treatment of severe maxillary atrophy in cancer patients with zygomatic implants at the Oral and Maxillofacial Manhattan Clinic of New York, Dir. Dr. David Silken.
  • He has performed over 60 implant surgery with the use of zygomatic implants.
  • Dr. Tedesco owns a private dental practice in Florence, dealing in oral surgery and implantology and as consultant in other private dental practices.
  • He’s currently testing a new minimally invasive technique on the use of zygomatic implants associated with Piezoelectric Surgery.
  • Winner for best Oral Presentation: "The treatment of atrophic maxilla using zygomatic implants" Advances in maxillofacial implantology meeting at The Royal Society of Medicine, Wimpole Street, London, Uk on Wednesday 20 January 2016


Odt. Francesco Cherubini

Management of a post-surgical complication in aesthetic zone



This case describes the management of a surgical complication after a tooth extraction due to a fracture and immediate implant insertion. A bone regeneration with resorbable membrane and autologous bone has allowed us to resolve this case.

Material and methods

After 8 days from the surgery the patient had a dehiscence with the implant screw outside the mucosa. We decided for a bone regeneration with a resorbable membrane and autologous bone and we treated the dehiscence with a suture 8-0. After six months we had a perfect soft tissue healing and so we were able to proceed the final rehabilitation with an all-ceramic crown. The inserption torque was over 35 Nc. The surgery was performed under local anesthesia.


No relevant complications were noted.


The bone regeneration with a resorbable membrane and autologouss bone has been the best solution for this complication: the alternative way was to remove the implant.