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Bone Putties for GBR and Ridge Augmentation: A review for the general practitioner - Part 1 of 2

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Utilizing surgical videos to enhance his lecture format, Dr. Michael Tischler reviews the utilization of bone allografts in putty form for guided bone regeneration, GBR, and ridge augmentation. Flap design, management and release are demonstrated in detail along with membrane utilization and suturing.

Date Added:
6/11/2012

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Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Michael Tischler is an internationally recognized leader in the dental field for his achievements in educating his colleagues through many lectures and over 25 published a...
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Questions & Comments
amr al-khairi - (5/5/2016 7:36 PM)

poor presentation. many details were neglected.

Neil Berman - (9/4/2012 8:59 AM)

could you explain the deep mucosal-palatal suture for primary closure of the graft ? When is it placed and in what direction? Thanks

Neil Berman - (9/4/2012 8:49 AM)

good explanation of the technique

Michael Tischler - (7/30/2012 7:37 PM)

Susan Bernstein459 - (7/23/2012 1:45 PM)


Are you routinely using PDGF over a membrane? Have you seen noticeable difference in bone growth with vs without it?


Dr. Bernstein,

I use PRP or PDGF only in very demanding esthetic cases with poor tissue quality. With Regenform I don't often use a membrane at all due to it's density and inhibition of tissue invasion.

Michael Tischler - (7/30/2012 7:35 PM)

Hamad AlFahad - (7/4/2012 9:57 AM)


Dr. Tischler, thanks for the excellent presentation. I've been looking for the carbides for decorticating the bone. can you please provide me with the brand and bur number. I've been looking for over a year. Thank you in advance


Dr Al Fahad,
I use a 1mmx6mm pointed bur or a very small round casrbide. Sorry for the delay.

Susan Bernstein459 - (7/23/2012 1:45 PM)

Are you routinely using PDGF over a membrane? Have you seen noticeable difference in bone growth with vs without it?

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (7/20/2012 9:12 PM)

allograft putty by zimmer i used it but ct images are confusing after six months that is after grafting ,what pics should you see whether it should be totally radiopaque?

Hamad AlFahad - (7/4/2012 9:57 AM)

Dr. Tischler, thanks for the excellent presentation. I've been looking for the carbides for decorticating the bone. can you please provide me with the brand and bur number. I've been looking for over a year. Thank you in advance

Carlos Vivanco319 - (7/2/2012 11:39 PM)

Gracias Dr. Michael, muy ilustrativa su presentación.

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