Vladan Keković

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    XENOFATGRAFT: EMBRACING THE REGENERATIVE POWER OF FAT TISSUE FOR ENHANCING BONE AUGMENTATION

    Sinus lift surgery, a cornerstone procedure in implant dentistry, presents both challenges and opportunities for enhancing bone regeneration. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in exploring alternative regenerative approaches, with a particular focus on the regenerative potential of adipose tissue. In this presentation, we embark on an exploration of the remarkable regenerative potential inherent within adipose tissue, shedding light on its distinctive characteristics. Furthermore, our scientific contribution will be presented, which is rooted in a comprehensive study investigating the efficacy of utilizing fat tissue alongside xenograft in sinus lift procedures, yielding promising outcomes.

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    Dr. Vladan Keković was born in Podgorica on June 28th, 1990, where he completed elementary school followed by Gymnasium high school. He graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry in Niš in 2015. During his undergraduate studies, he spent one semester at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, and two semesters at the University of Turin, Italy, as a recipient of two scholarships funded by the European Commission. Within the scope of two additional postgraduate scholarships, he spent one year as a doctoral student at Galeazzi Hospital in Milan, at the Department of Dental Implantology, and three months at AKH University Hospital in Vienna at the Department of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery. He enrolled in a residency program in the field of maxillofacial surgery at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Belgrade, where he is currently in his final fifth year. He is also the recipient of the prestigious ITI scholarship for implantology. He is an author of several internationally published scientific papers.

Speaker Details
  • Lecture details

    XENOFATGRAFT: EMBRACING THE REGENERATIVE POWER OF FAT TISSUE FOR ENHANCING BONE AUGMENTATION

    Sinus lift surgery, a cornerstone procedure in implant dentistry, presents both challenges and opportunities for enhancing bone regeneration. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in exploring alternative regenerative approaches, with a particular focus on the regenerative potential of adipose tissue. In this presentation, we embark on an exploration of the remarkable regenerative potential inherent within adipose tissue, shedding light on its distinctive characteristics. Furthermore, our scientific contribution will be presented, which is rooted in a comprehensive study investigating the efficacy of utilizing fat tissue alongside xenograft in sinus lift procedures, yielding promising outcomes.

  • CV

    Dr. Vladan Keković was born in Podgorica on June 28th, 1990, where he completed elementary school followed by Gymnasium high school. He graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry in Niš in 2015. During his undergraduate studies, he spent one semester at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, and two semesters at the University of Turin, Italy, as a recipient of two scholarships funded by the European Commission. Within the scope of two additional postgraduate scholarships, he spent one year as a doctoral student at Galeazzi Hospital in Milan, at the Department of Dental Implantology, and three months at AKH University Hospital in Vienna at the Department of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery. He enrolled in a residency program in the field of maxillofacial surgery at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Belgrade, where he is currently in his final fifth year. He is also the recipient of the prestigious ITI scholarship for implantology. He is an author of several internationally published scientific papers.