Dr. Prof. Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc.

Graduation with honor in Dentistry and Oral Prosthetic Rehabilitation at the “Università degli Studi” in Milan, Italy, in year 2000. In 2006 he gets PhD in “Innovative Techniques in Implant Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation”. In year 2010: he obtains Specialty in Oral Surgery (MSc). In the period 2006-07 dr. Matteo Basso has been head of Conservative Dentistry Department at the University Dental Clinic of the Galeazzi Orthopaedic Institute in Milan. From January 2008 he became head of the innovative “Centre of Minimal Invasive, Aesthetic and Digital Oral Rehabilitation” (CROMED) in the same University, promoting new concepts and new digital approaches for prosthetics, dental caries management and tooth structures preservation. Actually Adjunct Professor of Dental Ergonomics and Business Management and Adjunct Professor of Periodontics for the modulus of Minimally Invasive Dentistry for the Graduation Course in Dentistry of the University of Milan. Active Member of ORCA (European Organisation for Caries Research), Active Member of TRAP-Group Italy (Tooth Respect and Prevention). Member and Founder of the international Minimum Intervention Advisory Board (MI-AB), Active Member of the Biodentistry.eu International group and Member of the IADR since 2007.

Webinars by Dr. Prof. Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc.

GCEurope Online MI Congress

Prof. Dr. Elmar Reich , Prof. Avijit Banerjee BDS MSc PhD (Lond) LDS FDS (Rest Dent) FDSRCS (Eng) FHEA , Hervé Tassery , Prof. Dr. Falk Schwendicke MDPH , Prof. Dr. Sevil Gürgan , Dr. Prof. Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc. , Ivana Miletić , Esther Ruiz de Castañeda Phd. in dentistry , Dr. Patricia Gatón

Free webinar 9 CE credit(s)
Chlorhexidine and the chemical control of dental plaque

Dr. Prof. Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc.

Chemical control of plaque is one of the most important part of the everyday activity in dental prevention, and prescription of mouth rinses is considered the gold standard for many professional treatments.

Periodontics webinar
0.00 1 CE credit(s)