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The Anatomical Foundation of Implant Surgery

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Knowledge of Surgical Anatomy is a critical foundation for any clinician involved in implant dentistry. In order for dentists to perform safe and successful bone grafting, implant surgery as well as effectively manage complications, they must first be well versed in the fundamentals of Surgical Anatomy of the head region with emphasis on the Maxilla, Mandible, as well as the roof and floor of the mouth. This Dentalxp presentation, in part, describes the objectives of one component of a comprehensive hands-on surgical Anatomy course being offered live in partnership with Dentalxp. This section emphasizes the Surgical Anatomy of the Maxilla and Maxillary Sinus as an example of what is covered in one section of the course lectures.

Date Added:
8/27/2013

Author(s):

Mohamed Sharawy, B.D.S., Ph.D. Mohamed Sharawy, B.D.S., Ph.D.
Dr. Mohamed Sharawy received his bachelor of Dental Surgery with Honor (B.D.S.) in 1962 followed by three years of oral surgery training from Cairo University, School o...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (4/8/2016 9:58 AM)

Long Huynh; The video is here and excellent information is provided. Please check to see your internet connection is working or that you still have PREMIUM access to XP. regards Dr. Salama

Long Huynh - (4/8/2016 12:48 AM)

Has the video been removed? I was not able to find or access it.
Thanks.

afraa murriky - (2/26/2014 12:51 AM)

Very nice, Egyptians are the best teachers in the world :)

Maurice Salama - (1/6/2014 12:01 PM)

Sok Chea; This lecture was an overview of critical anatomical structures of the Head and Neck and focused predominantly on the Maxilla. We hope to have a focused lecture on the mandibular anatomy in the near future. Thanks for your interest. Dr. Salama

Sok Chea - (1/5/2014 11:19 PM)

I couldn't fine the anatomy of Mandible, please let me know where can I fine it?

Seyed Hamzeh Aghaie Kakroudi - (12/6/2013 10:00 PM)

thank you very much for great presentation.

chandanpreet jaspal - (12/4/2013 10:22 AM)

Very detailed anatomy video thank you so much, please let me know where I can find more anatomincal videos.

Kenneth wong - (8/30/2013 10:17 PM)

I enjoyed it !

Yuriy Hrynkiv - (8/30/2013 1:51 PM)

Thank you for great presentation.

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