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上顎の複雑なオグメンテーションでのアロブロックグラフト

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In this case presentation, Dr. Sivan kars outlines his approach to utilizing an allograftic Bone block to reconstruct a severely resorbed area around a maxillary first premolar extraction site. The utilization of a Puros Allograftic block, with a clollagen membrane and Platelet-Rich Fibrin in combination are all demonstrated i detail. In addition, flap management, including coronal repositioning are also discussed.

Date Added:
11/2/2011

Author(s):

Sivan Kars, DMD, MPA Sivan Kars, DMD, MPA
Dr. Kars Sivan was born in Romania in 1965 and moved to Israel in 1973. He currently maintains a private practice dedicated to oral rehabilitation and implant dentistry. In hi...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (3/11/2015 8:00 AM)

Nice stuff. would like to see the follow up soon. Dr. Salama

jorge cabral - (12/1/2012 8:01 PM)

Ola Boa noite sou um Paciente onde procuro a resolução do meu problema dentário.. Infelizmente não tenho possibilidades financeira para poder por implantes dentários VISTO serem muito caros para o meu caso. Venho pedir ajuda visto estar numa situação deprimente e a precisar de ajuda Urgente.. Visto este site sEr troca de ideias de médicos conceituados na medecina dentaria PEÇO AJUDA a Quem ME possa Ajudar Obrigado Jorgecabral1975@hotmail.com

colin fisher - (7/11/2012 2:55 PM)

Hi Dr Sivan could i ask why you don t wet the bone block with the prf liquid instead of saline? then there would be growth factors in the bone block thank you for you presentation

Bassem El Fahl - (6/24/2012 8:21 PM)

This case is not considered a successful case as the post operative healing photos is not included & not evidenced neither with CT or CBCT.

Sivan Dr Kars - (12/10/2011 12:21 PM)

you have to remeber that there is always some degree of resorption of the bone block so never expect to find new bone formation as high as the bone block but somewhere in between, at such a big bone defect another augmentation at second stage surgery might be needed

e chan - (12/10/2011 12:10 AM)

If the bone of the adjacent teeth 23 distal surface and 25 mesial surface has been lost half way, and when you put a bone block in intimate contact with that but higher level, would you expect the bone to heal to the level of your bone block and attach to the adjacent teeth in higher bone level or would you expect to have bone only to the level of the bone of your adjacent teeth. Or would you put your bone block only as high as the level of the bone in adjacent teeth?

alper gultekin - (11/10/2011 5:02 PM)

Nice work... I hope to see the second part (İmplant insertion) of this video.Thanks

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