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Advanced Simultaneous Bone Ridge Augmentation and Internal Sinus Elevation - Part 2 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 3:04 AM)

beautiful! doc i wanted to ask. in these large defect sites. are you even entertaining using patients dental insurance’? your work was perfect but sometimes (for me) i need to add a little more bone at time of impalnt placement. don’t mean to get in your business but would like to know how to address before procedure as things happen and materials cost. thanks again miguel

Maurice Salama - (3/20/2016 8:02 PM)

Mahmoud, Rida and Julien; Thanks so much for your kind comments. I try to over correct by 20% in order to account for resorption. This patient healed very well but moved out of state and has been restored elsewhere. I expect good long term results as sound principles of GBR were followed. Regards Dr. Salama

Julien Morneault - (3/20/2016 6:34 PM)

Dr Salama, Thank you for your beautiful presentation!! You are giving tips to make thing a lot easier! How much over correction do we need in order to end up with 2mm bone thickness buccal to the implant? How stable long term? Many thanks, Julien Morneault

rida nouh - (6/29/2015 5:58 AM)

thanks

I really appreciate all your outstanding presentations

mahmoud shalash805 - (7/22/2014 6:42 PM)

Very nice detailed presentation. How did the post operative results go for this patient? Was there enough bone regeneration to accommodate the implants? Would love to see a video for the final outcome.. Thanks

Band Ditto64 - (9/10/2012 10:12 AM)

Dr. Salama. Outstanding video presentation and well worth the time viewing it. As Dr. Pikos also showed Sonic Weld from KLS Martin in his webinar yesterday, when would you consider this over other GBR methods, Ti-mesh or BMP-2 over PRGF?
thanks again Band

Maurice Salama - (2/12/2012 1:07 PM)

Ashwath; You should not require the "tucking" of membranes to stabilize them (I use tacks, screws or sutures to do so. So, if I do not use this to stabilize my membranes all it would do is leave me with a membrane over a suture line which is avascular and high risk for suture line opening, wound dehiscence and therefore potential complications. Just my opinion having done quite a few of these procedures. No need to post your email address, this board is open and friendly and always available to discussions for all to see. Thanks for your post. Dr. Salama

Ashwath Gowda - (2/12/2012 11:25 AM)

Dr. Salama You are suggesting that the barrier membrane should be maintained "1mm short" of the incision line... what would be your logical, scientific, surgical and or biological "explanation or reasoning" for your principle? Don't you think that, tucking the "edges of barrier membrane" at the operating site beyond the free end margins of the flap(incision line/s) "adds to it's(membrane's) stability" during suturing? You may please respond at your convenience. Thanks amgdds@hotmail.com

Maurice Salama - (12/6/2011 7:50 AM)

Drs. Evans, Safari and Marzouk; Thank you. The spoon instrument is sold by Devemed as part of my Perio Instrument set up. It can be found and purchased at discount on XP in the product section of this site. As for the molar, I kept it to support the temporary restoration during the healing phase of the GBR and Sinus Graft. thanks to all Dr. Salama

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