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Bone Reconstruction: A New Algorithm for the Implantologist

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Bone augmentation is often required to place an adequate number of dental implants in ideal positions for prosthetic support. In addition to biomechanical demands bone augmentation can also provide proper ridge contour for improved esthetic outcomes. Disadvantages of bone augmentation techniques include increase morbidity, surgical time, costs and treatment length. As such a trend has develop towards treatment approaches that avoid bone grafting including shorter and narrower implants, angled implants and/or fewer implants for prosthetic support. This presentation will look at various bone augmentation techniques, methods to minimize the morbidity of bone grafting and guide clinicians on implant rehabilitation with grafting versus non-grafting approaches.

Date Added:
11/1/2017

Author(s):

Craig M Misch, DDS, MDS Craig M Misch, DDS, MDS
Dr. Craig M. Misch graduated from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. He then received postgraduate certificates in prosthodontics and oral implantology as well a...
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Questions & Comments
Shahdad Ayoughi - (4/1/2019 6:46 PM)

Top notch presentation.

Daneth San - (2/16/2019 4:08 AM)

Great explanation!

Bonis Csaba416 - (6/17/2018 2:27 AM)

Congrats for the great presentation!

Gerald Rudick - (11/30/2017 6:13 AM)

Gerald Rudick Excellent presentation, covered all the key points and gave improved credibility to the use of short imlants

Amir Erez - (11/27/2017 3:06 AM)

I agree totally, minimal invasive when ever possible is the key, short implants are gaining our trust and should be considered in many cases as first choice. Awesome lecture. Thank you and looking fw for your next presentation.

Maurice Salama - (7/25/2017 8:34 AM)

Richard; Try again, it was most likely your internet connection or browser. The video plays very well and is probably one of the best presentations on this subject in the world. enjoy, Dr. Salama

Richard Benian - (7/23/2017 5:16 PM)

not able to open the vedio

barry manson - (3/28/2017 12:56 PM)

Thank you! Barry

Cameron Torabi - (12/28/2016 2:54 AM)

Very well presented. Great lecture! I got confused when he recommended using abutments along with screw retained restorations and advised not to place restorations directly on implants. I don't understand how a restoration can be placed on an implant without abutment. Overall I really enjoyed the presentation. Thank you!

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