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Biologic Strategies to Enhance Clinical and Aesthetic Success in Oral Implantology

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This webinar will discuss clinical strategies for treatment of the complex implant site involving bone grafting and implant placement. Our understanding of cellular pathways, and our ability to control the wound response, expands our capacity to effect better aesthetic outcomes and compress treatment time. The reduction of the inflammatory phase of tissue regeneration speeds up osseointegration, prevents crestal bone loss, maintains papillary form, increases the density of peri-implant bone and increases tissue biotype. This enhanced tissue response allows us to predictably treat even the most complex surgical cases, compress time to final reconstruction, and to maintain these favorable tissue outcomes over an extended period of time. The use of dental implants with advanced biologic features and the incorporation autologous growth factors will be demonstrated.

Date Added:
2/26/2014

Author(s):

Robert J. Miller, DDS, FACD, DABOI Robert J. Miller, DDS, FACD, DABOI
Dr. Miller received his B.A. from New York University and M.A. from Hofstra University, both in biology. He graduated with honors from New York University College of De...
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Questions & Comments
Robert Miller - (12/4/2014 11:02 PM)

It is considerably difficult to tunnel PRF membranes, especially over longer distances. It's tough to push through a subperiosteal space and even harder to pull with a suture. But we do it occasionally where it is indicated. Most often we are employing it in full thickness flaps, either over a grafted area or over healed bone to thicken the biotype.

alistair imam - (11/26/2014 11:34 AM)

Lovely lecture. Did you tunnel subperiosteal to fit in the PRF. Which plane did you place it in?

Larry Meyer - (5/5/2014 10:13 PM)

Well done my friend.

Maurice Salama - (3/12/2014 8:27 AM)

Andoni; PRF retains leukocytes and white cells and PRGF removes them from their protocol. This seems to allow for greater substantivity and long term effect of the growth factors but PRGF believes it allows for greater post op swelling and morbidity. Dr. Salama

andoni jones - (3/12/2014 6:48 AM)

Great presentation. Just one question, what are the advantages of PRF over PRGF?? Thanks

Victor Martel - (3/5/2014 12:37 PM)

great

Bashar imran - (3/3/2014 4:59 AM)

excellent presentation , Think biologic always .

Nick Morton - (3/1/2014 6:03 AM)

Great webinar, thank you.

henry salama - (2/27/2014 12:41 PM)

Great presentation Bob! You presented an excellent narrative for refocusing our perspectives towards managing and enhancing the biologic response in reconstructive therapy. Thank you

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