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Advanced Simultaneous Bone Ridge Augmentation and Internal Sinus Elevation - Part 1 of 2

Description:
Clinicians today have access to an astounding array of new technology, tools and materials to utilize in delivering implant therapy. This video centric and surgically based presentation will highlight a few of these new tools in the augmentation of a severely resorbed posterior maxillary ridge in conjunction with a progressive crestal approach for sinus augmentation. Presurgical CBCT treatment planning, flap design, PRGF & Fibrin application and surgical instrumentation as well as the utilization of new technologies such as the KLS Martin Sonic Weld Device for GBR and the Megagen Internal Sinus Lift Kit designed by Samuel Lee will be highlighted.

Date Added:
12/1/2010

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Miguel Martinez - (6/9/2019 2:37 AM)

first, thanks for teaching me these techniques over several years. went to bilbao in 09’ and got bti centrifuge; now with L-PRF, i dont yield as much fibrin as i did/do with PRGF. stopped using PRGF only because i understood L-PRF yields better growth factors and honestly, so much cheaper. since dirst posting this video, how would you have approached it? still using PRGF? versah or trephine? jow many fibrin membranes do you insert prior to graft material? thanks in advance miguel

Maurice Salama - (5/11/2014 9:18 AM)

Ayoub; Welcome to Dentalxp. the instruments I was using in this video we Devemed from Germany. You can find them on DentalXP on the Product page. Link; http://www.dentalxp.com/VendorDetails.aspx?id=341

Ayoub Benhariga - (5/11/2014 6:01 AM)

ahh ok DEVEMED it looks like STOMA and i think that it's the same products (Tuttlingen town)

Ayoub Benhariga - (5/11/2014 5:41 AM)

hi, can i have the name of the kit you are using ? I'm new on this site. Dr Ayoub Benhariga. Algeria.

François Blackburn - (12/6/2013 12:49 PM)

I woul like to Know what video camera you are using in this vidéo

Maurice Salama - (12/6/2011 8:23 AM)

Avi; Here is the link to purchase the kits. http://www.dentalxp.com/VendorDetails.aspx?id=337

Maurice Salama - (12/6/2011 7:55 AM)

Avi; The instruments I currently utilize for both Crestal and Lateral approach sinus lift procedures will be posted shortly on the coming weeks on this site under the product section and purchased directly at a discount from Neobiotech. I utilize both the SLA and SCA kits routinely to access the sinus for both approaches. Keep a eye out for this on the product page and good luck. Dr. Salama

Avi Glikshtein - (12/5/2011 2:06 PM)

Dr. Salama; I wanted to know where can I find instruments like you are using in crestal approach procedure. Thank you. Dr. Avi

Sam Busich - (3/21/2011 8:37 AM)

Dr. Salama; I am very interested in the Crestal Approach. I have watched the presentations of Dr. Samuel Lee and Dr. Ziv Mazor on this site displaying different crestal approaches. Which one do you prefer and why? many thanks Sam

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