Dr. Frank Zastrow M. Sc.

Dentist and dentist for oral surgery

Dr. Frank Zastrow is an international consultant and a asked expert in implantology, as well as in hard and soft tissue management. In his trainings and courses, you will learn the surgical procedures in complex implantologic-augmentative interventions, as well as advanced concepts for the subsequent implant-prosthetic restoration.

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Dr. Frank Zastrow

Regular courses & lectures

In regular courses held abroad and at the practice clinic Dr. Zastrow in Wiesloch, Germany, the various augmentation techniques are taught to the participants by means of live operations, video demonstrations and practical exercises at the animal preparation.

Subject of the course is the advanced hard and soft tissue management within the scope of implantological-augmentative procedures. Complex reconstructive interventions such as the vertical bone augmentation, as well as established implantological and Implant-prosthetic driven concepts.

Curriculum Vitae Dr. Frank Zastrow

  • 1999-2004 Dental School, University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • 2005 – 2007 Research associate at the oral surgery unit, dentistry, oral- and maxillofacial surgery center, University of Heidelberg (medical director: Prof. Dr. Dr. J. Mühling)
  • 2008 Specialty status: Licensed for dentistry and oral surgery, Doctorate from University of Heidelberg2009 Certified for implant dentistry and periodontics
  • 2009 – 2012 Practice as oral surgeon at the Private clinic Schloss Schellenstein, Olsberg, Germany (medical directors: Prof. Dr. F. Khoury/ Dr. J. Schmidt)
  • 2011 Appointment to „Master of oral medicine in implantology“ (University of Münster, Germany)
  • 2011 Senior physician at the Private clinic Schloss Schellenstein (Prof. Dr. F. Khoury)
  • 2012 Certified “Expert in Implantoloy” (DGOI) and “Diplomate status in Implantology” (ICOI)May
  • 2012 „Practice clinic for oral surgery Dr. Zastrow & Colleagues“ in Wiesloch
    (near Heidelberg), Germany