Dental Education
Online Dental Education Dental education lectures and videos Online dental ce Dental education articles Expert dental educators Dental products education Dental Community
 
Video Details
Creative Next Generation Surgical Tools and Solutions for the Implant Practice

Description:
Modern Bone Grafting has become more predictable than ever before. Recent developments in CBCT 3D Diagnosis and the utilization of bioactive modifiers such as PRGF, PRF and BMP-2 have stimulated further advances in Surgical techniques as well as a New Age Surgical Armamentarium to maximize the efficiencies and success of these sophisticated procedures. This lecture will highlight this developement, specifically New Age Tools which offer creative and effective solutions for space maintenance, autologous bone harvesting, atraumatic implant removal, and screw fixation. Creative mini-titanium mesh shapes(CTI), autologous bone harvesting drills (ACM Auto Chip Maker), counter torque implant removal systems as well as tenting and fixation screw systems will be discussed and featured.

Date Added:
8/7/2012

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
[read more]

Recognized Institutes

Featured Products
Deka Laser Technologies
Vero CO2 Laser
Carestream Dental
CS 9300
NeoBiotech
Neo GBR Kit
B.T.I. Biotechnology Institute
PRGF Endoret


Online Videos / Surgery / Bone Grafting / Creative Next Generation Surgical Tools and Solutions for the Implant Practice




Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (10/8/2014 6:38 AM)

Lol; Go to the following link: http://www.dentalxp.com/Store/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductId=125 You can order them on this site and have them shipped to you. Good luck Dr. Salama

Loi Nguyen - (10/7/2014 9:06 PM)

Dear Maurice, where did you buy the C3 membrane? thank you

Maurice Salama - (11/12/2012 6:57 AM)

Shelly; Go to the following link: http://www.dentalxp.com/Store/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductId=125 You can order them on this site and have them shipped to you. Good luck Dr. Salama

shelley godtfredsen - (11/12/2012 2:34 AM)

Hi maurice, Where can I buy the ACM Auto Chip Maker in Europe - ideally in Norway, Scandinavia. Thank you Shelley Khullar Godtfredsen FDSRCS MsC Ph.D

Maurice Salama - (10/23/2012 7:04 PM)

Ola; thank you. For Vertical augmentation of 4mm or less I prefer Ramus, greater than 4mm chin. I do CTG after bone augmentation UNLESS the tissue is THIN or lack of KT then BEFORE. Dr. Salama

Ola Ezat - (10/22/2012 6:12 PM)

Hello DR Maurice.
I would like to ask which had better results chin or ramus graft for vertical ridge augmentation. Also for class 3 do you do soft tissue augmentation as subepithelial connective tissue graft before or after bone augmentation. Thanks alot.

Alessandro Agnini - (8/15/2012 12:40 PM)

Thanks for the beatiful presentation Maurice.when you can,like always do one vertical incision in esthetic zone?Alessandro

Maurice Salama - (8/13/2012 8:50 PM)

Amir; Yes, you must take the opportunity to reposition the flap apically at 2nd stage. The incision is made split-thickness towards the lingual of the crest of the ridge and moved apically and sutured laterally. Thanks for your kind words and for your participation. We hope to see you in Vegas. regards. Dr. S

Amir Erez - (8/13/2012 2:42 AM)

Since flap was advanced coronally, in case needed do you apically reposition the muco-ginginval line in second stage? If so could you describe shortly?- thank you deeply for dentalxp -- Amir

Related Videos
Autogenous Bone Graft - Part 4: Suturing and Tension Free Closure Premium Member Content

Autogenous Bone Graft - Part 4: Suturing and Tension Free Closure
Suturing and tension free closure in bone augmentation.

Presented By:: Michael A Pikos, DDS
Presentation Style: Video
Community Rating:
 
Watch Now>>
Dimension of the Facial Bone Plate - Literature Review Series Premium Member Content

Dimension of the Facial Bone Plate - Literature Review Series
In this first of the series, Dr. Henry Salama will review a group of articles related to the dimensions of the facial bone plate. He will suggest what can be taken away from these articles as well as how they may influence clinical decisions in the treatment of extraction sites and immediate implant placement. Your participation in the form of comments, questions and suggestions are welcomed and will help invigorate what is hoped to be a type of online community study hall.

Presented By:: Henry Salama, DMD
Presentation Style: Video
Community Rating:
 
Watch Now>>
A Clinical Update in Bone Regeneration: Autogenous Bone vs. BMP-2 Premium Member Content

A Clinical Update in Bone Regeneration: Autogenous Bone vs. BMP-2
For historical and biological reasons autogenous bone has long been considered the gold standard of bone graft materials. For bone augmentation procedures autogenous grafts provided predictable volume gains, favorable bone quality with short healing periods. However, the need to harvest the graft and associated morbidity are inherent disadvantages. The choice of a technique for bone augmentation is dependent on a number of factors including the use of bone substitutes. More recently recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein (rhBMP-2) has been shown to be effective in repairing buccal wall defects from extractions and in sinus bone grafting. The use of rhBMP-2 is currently under clinical investigation as a replacement for autograft in ridge augmentation process.

Presented By:: Craig M Misch, DDS, MDS
Presentation Style: Video
Community Rating:
 
Watch Now>>
Related Courses
Creative Next Generation Surgical Tools and Solutions for the Implant Practice Premium Member Content

Creative Next Generation Surgical Tools and Solutions for the Implant Practice
Modern Bone Grafting has become more predictable than ever before. Recent developments in CBCT 3D Diagnosis and the utilization of bioactive modifiers such as PRGF, PRF and BMP-2 have stimulated further advances in surgical techniques as well as a New Age Surgical Armamentarium to maximize the efficiencies and success of these sophisticated procedures.

Presented By:: Maurice Salama, DMD
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
Watch Now>>
SGFBR (Screw Guided Fast Bone Regeneration) Horizontal & Vertical Bone Augmentation of the Atrophic Mandible Premium Member Content

SGFBR (Screw Guided Fast Bone Regeneration) Horizontal & Vertical Bone Augmentation of the Atrophic Mandible
This presentation will highlight a less invasive surgical option to autogenous block transplantation and has displayed a very high success rate.

Presented By:: Roland Török, DMD
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
Watch Now>>
Interpositional Bone Grafts to Treat the Posterior Atrophic Mandible Premium Member Content

Interpositional Bone Grafts to Treat the Posterior Atrophic Mandible
This presentation analyzes the interpositional bone graft or inlay technique, discussing the reconstructive surgical approach. Horizontal osteotomy with the interposition of bone in the form of a “sandwich” involves raising a coronal osteotomized segment of the mandible, which is still attached to the lingual periosteum, and interpositioning a block bone graft. This technique guarantees a dual vascular supply to the inlay graft from the lingual periosteum and from the residual bone; it also allows optimum use of the native basal bone, which should be less prone to resorption. The advantages and disadvantages of the inlay technique are compared with other commonly used augmentation techniques in the management of posterior mandibular atrophies.

Presented By:: Pietro Felice, MD, PhD, DDS
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Credit)
Watch Now>>
Esthetic Zone Reconstruction: Synergy of Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting Premium Member Content

Esthetic Zone Reconstruction: Synergy of Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting
The loss of alveolar ridge contour in the esthetic zone compromises both esthetics and function. This clinical presentation will focus on the application of both hard and soft tissue grafting in the esthetic zone implementing state of the art interactive CT diagnosis and treatment planning for optimal esthetic implant reconstruction. Emphasis will be on indications, graft and harvest site assessment, timing, and use of bioactive modifiers including BMP, PRGF and PDGF. The surgical protocol utilizing allogeneic and autogenous grafts in conjunction with connective tissue grafts, acellular dermis matrix, and related soft tissue procedures to avoid functional and esthetic pitfalls will be featured. Pre and post-grafting prosthetic workup, interactive CT graft assessment and perio prosthetic driven implant planning, stent driven implant placement, and computer milled abutment fabrication including guided surgery will be included.

Presented By:: Michael A Pikos, DDS
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
Watch Now>>
Related Articles
Peridontal Osseous Surgery and Root Resective Therapy

Peridontal Osseous Surgery and Root Resective Therapy
Historically, osseous surgery was performed to eliminate infected bone. Early in the 20th century clinicians realized that periodontally affected bone was not actually infected. Instead of an invasive bacterial infection, chronic inflammation was responsible for bone destruction. This finding changed the rationale for periodontal therapy and led to modern concepts of osseous surgery. Currently accepted approaches are based on guidelines, parameters, and definitions published by many highly respected…

Author(s): Lee H. Silverstein, DDS, MS, FACD, FICD;David Kurtzman, Sidney H. Stein, Marc E. Moskowitz, Jerry J. Garnick
View Article>>
Long-Term Block Graft Stability in Thin Periodontal Biotype Patients - A Clinical and Tomographic Study

Long-Term Block Graft Stability in Thin Periodontal Biotype Patients - A Clinical and Tomographic Study
Autogenous block grafting seems to be a predictable treatment modality to reconstruct alveolar ridge defects in the long term. A thin periodontal biotype did not seem to affect the volume of transplanted bone for the population studied.

Author(s): Fernando Verdugo, DDS;Krikor Simonian, DDS;Alon Frydman, DDS;Antonio D'Addona, DDS;José Pontón, PhD
View Article>>
Retrospective Evaluation of Crestal Bone Changes Around Implants With Reduced Abutment Diameter Placed Non-Submerged and at Subcrestal Positions: The Effect of Bone Grafting at Implant Placement

Retrospective Evaluation of Crestal Bone Changes Around Implants With Reduced Abutment Diameter Placed Non-Submerged and at Subcrestal Positions: The Effect of Bone Grafting at Implant Placement
One method to measure the success of dental implant treatment is to evaluate marginal peri-implant bone-level changes and stability over time. The location of the fixture–abutment interface (FAI) can be of major importance when the goal is to construct esthetic restorations. In these situations the FAI is often placed in a more apical position to create an ideal emergence profile for the prosthetic construction. However, several animal studies have reported that placement of the FAI in a subcrestal position may result in peri-implant marginal bone loss. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the effect of bone grafting of the defect between the bone crest and the coronal aspect of the implant for implants with reduced abutment diameters placed non-submerged and in subcrestal positions.

Author(s): Alan Fetner, DMD;Theofilos Koutouzis, DDS; Michael Fetner, DMD; Tord Lundgren, DDS
View Article>>
Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
©2019

Preferred Language: English Flag
Contact Us · Login ·