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Critical Concepts in Implant and Gingival Surgery; Flap Designs, Suture Techniques and Soft Tissue Management

Description:
This presentation by the Troeltzsch Brothers features the fundamentals of surgical procedures in the oral cavity. Highlighted are the basic concepts we all must integrate into our daily clinical practice. A discussion of the essential anatomic guidelines as they relate to flap design options and indications are emphasized. Furthermore, material selection, sutures and techniques of wound closures are clearly addressed. Critical solutions to common surgical complications are also described. This lecture is intended for surgical beginners as well as experienced clinicians who want to update their surgical knowledge. These fundamentals are also very popular in the hands-on courses given by the Troeltzsch brothers.

Date Added:
8/7/2013

Author(s):

Markus Tröltzsch, MD, DMD Markus Tröltzsch, MD, DMD
Dr. Dr. Markus Troeltzsch is currently an assistant professor at the department for facial, oral and maxillofacial and plastic reconstructive surgery at the University ...
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Questions & Comments
tahere pourseyediyan - (8/28/2015 3:05 PM)

Very nice presentation

Devren Anderson - (3/19/2014 10:45 AM)

great review

Markus Tröltzsch - (3/2/2014 7:18 AM)

Hi! Thank you everybody for the wonderful comments!!! Please excuse it took me so long to respond, just discovered this recently (thanks to Maurice!!). @ Dr.LEONIDAS FOUKAS - premolar area in the maxilla just normal, in the mandibula marginal extended into the incisor and molar area. After raising the flap a release incision can be performed under sight in the premolar area if still needen (usually you wont need it!). Did this answer your question ? Again, thanks for the positive feedback and valuable comments. Thank you for your time! Markus

LEONIDAS FOUKAS - (2/12/2014 3:39 AM)

very good presentation my question is how do you achieve primary closure when you are working in the premolar area and you need to close a grafted defect for example . Thank you

mk leung - (8/13/2013 11:21 PM)

good and clear presentation tahnks

ASHOK GUPTA - (8/10/2013 9:50 PM)

A good lecture though very basic but refreshing. It would have been better if you highlight more on advanced incision design & periosteal releasing incisions.

Paul Boulos - (8/10/2013 7:14 AM)

a refreshing lecture to some who have forgotten the basics. thanks for the time and effort, it a good learning as we do it every day without thinking too much about the fine details when we start with the knife.

Daniyal Dzafic - (8/9/2013 5:01 PM)

To Mr. Gregory Tuttle It's very easy to criticized, could you pls. do your presentation to show us your capabilities. Any way, did you see rest of comments? Thank you Dr. Markus and Dental Xp for this excellent presentation, good for beginners and for experts to refresh our knowledge. Dr. Daniyal Dzafic, DMD Board of Prosthodontics Consultant Prosthodontist Clinical Director Dental Department. NMH Kuwait

Gregory Tuttle - (8/9/2013 2:26 PM)

A bit basic...mattress suture on an orange? This is Dental XP .. Expect video and cutting edge..45 min was too long .. Had to fast forward!! Sorry..

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