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Bone Splitting and Bone Spreading

Description:
Dr. Palti takes us step by step through the process of the bone splitting and the bone spreading techniques, highlighting what instruments to use for different cases and why.

Date Added:
12/28/2007

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Questions & Comments
omid moghaddas - (7/26/2012 1:01 PM)

i have a question about depth of placement from dr salama,
if we are inserting dental implant near tooth we should install it in a way to have 4.5 mm soft tissue above th crestal area?and when we place adjacent to dental implant, in a way to have 3.5mm? please guide me

omid moghaddas - (7/26/2012 12:58 PM)

really enjoyed it

Maurice Salama - (2/3/2009 5:17 AM)

Bone Splitting and Spreading is becoming even more common with the additional utilization of Piezo and Ultrasonic bone saws that can make very thin cuts in the bone as well as the availability of excellent Splitting and Spreading-Osteotome surgical instrument kits. Different methods and modifications have been featured in literature. Dr. Palti does an excellent job in his lecture/video describing the rational and method.

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