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Bi-Directional Augmentation of Double-Arched Posterior Maxillary Vertical Defects

Description:
Double-arched posterior maxillary defects present a unique challenge requiring special considerations for implant replacement. This deformity is characterized by vertical bone loss from both the sinus aspect as well as the ridge. In this video, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi demonstrates a bi-directional vertical bone augmentation technique to develop sites that not only support the implants but also improve tissue harmony for enhanced aesthetics, function, and longevity.

Date Added:
8/14/2014

Author(s):

H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD
Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. He is the founder and CEO of Kazemi Oral Surgery & Dental Implants and maintains a full time ora...
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Questions & Comments
Sergio Ortiz - (1/19/2017 4:05 PM)

Dr. Really nice presentation. Very please to see the vertical approach in both dimensions; to the sinus and to de crest

milind saudagar - (6/23/2015 8:22 AM)

too good sir.

Hamid Kazemi - (9/7/2014 11:56 AM)

Thank you- This type of defect can also respond well to Ti-mesh / rhBMP2 approach as the anterior and posterior walls provide a stable foundation and support for the Ti-Mesh. I would highly consider this option if I also had a horizontaly deficiency component.

Carlos Coello - (8/16/2014 9:36 AM)

Beautiful case! Thanks for sharing

Maurice Salama - (8/16/2014 1:35 AM)

Well described treatment from diagnosis to treatment options. Nicely documented regenerative therapy. Thanks Dr. Salama

mahmoud shalash805 - (8/15/2014 6:05 PM)

great result

Omid Moghaddas - (8/15/2014 8:24 AM)

great presenration Hamid. thanks Dr Moghaddas

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