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Behnam Shakibaie

  • 1993-1998 Studies in Dentistry at Berlin University
  • 1996-2001 Doctorate at Berlin University on Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR)
  • 1999-2003 Specialization in Oral Surgery in Berlin
  • 2004-2007 Mastership Implantology & Periodontology (DGI/DGP)
  • 2007-2009 Specialist in Oral Micro Surgery of Zeiss Dental Academy
  • 2007 Specialist of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Iran
  • 2005-2011 Own clinic in microsurgical Implantology in Wiedenbrueck/Germany
  • Since 2006 Development and international publication of microsurgical techniques and instruments in oral Implantology
  • Since 2008 Scientific Consultant of DGI (German Association of Implantology)
  • Since 2009 Head of Implant Section of Zeiss Dental Academy in Germany
  • Since 2009 Ambassador of Quintessence Publishing Group
  • Since 2014 Founder of first clinic in Asia limited to microsurgical Implantology in Tehran/Iran
  • Since 2016 Head of Implant Section of MicroVision Group
Internationally Granted Awards:
  • Best Practitioner-Award 2007 of German Society of Periodontology
  • Heinz Erpenstein-Award 2010 of German Society of Periodontology
  • Innovation-Award 2011 of Prof. Yalda Foundation in Medical Science
  • Excellence-Award in Education 2012 of Zeiss Dental Academy
  • Best Presentation Award 2014 of American Congress of Microdentistry AMED
  • European Business Management Award 2015 of EBCL
  • National Quality Role Model Award 2016 of IRAN
Microsurgical External Sinuslift - A new Minimally Invasive Protocol
Sinuslift procedure has become the most scientifically recognized bone augmentation technique in posterior maxilla in oral implantology. But intraoperative complications such as sinus membrane perforations, the high rate of patient morbidity related to the extensive surgical trauma and insufficient implant primary stability still cause surgeon´s and patient´s discomfort. Therefore in recent years intraalveolar (internal) sinuslift is getting more popular. But especially in cases with advanced 3-dimensional alveolar bone atrophy internal sinuslift is contraindicated. Therefore Shakibaie developed and published the new technique of MGES (Microscopically guided external sinus floor elevation) in 2008 and 2010 with new microsurgical external sinuslift instruments as a minimally traumatic alternative to internal sinuslift. MGES enables the microsurgicaly experienced surgeon to reduce the trauma of sinuslift significantly and to increase the safety and predictability of this technique too.  MGES main conditions are optical magnification of surgical microscope or loupe, specially developed microsurgical sinuslift instruments, technically trained surgeon and assistance.