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A Defined Algorithm for Regenerative Success Part 1 of 2

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These presentations will focus open the above concepts but prioritize the diagnostic phase and surgical common denominators required for a successful regenerative outcome. Flap design, space maintenance, bone and membrane selections and tension free closure provides the template for all the new age materials and technologies to be successful in clinical practice.

Date Added:
11/2/2016

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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...
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Questions & Comments
Kaz Zymantas - (3/6/2017 9:27 PM)

Wonderful presentation. Thanks for inspiring one to increase the level of care. Do you open flaps around all molar extractions to tuck in the membrane?

Maurice Salama - (11/20/2016 5:08 PM)

Arthur; Thank you. Part 2 of this series will be featured next week and discuss more of the bone grafting materials selection and when I utilize them. As for placental membranes, I have utilized them and left them exposed. They do fine when exposed but I found them more laborious to handle than other materials and found better options. Thanks again Dr. Salama

Arthur Lyford - (11/20/2016 10:51 AM)

Another classic educational experience, thank you. Any experience with the placentally derived Bioexclude membrane leaving exposed? Also, I would welcome a more detailed discussion on bone grafting materials and high vs low turnover and appropriate applications. Again thanks!

Maurice Salama - (11/19/2016 9:11 AM)

Yuray, thank you. Most of the articles referenced in my presentation can be found on Dentalxp or through PubMed. Good luck and hope you will watch Part 2 of this series in 2 weeks. regards Dr. Salama

Yuray Benko908 - (11/17/2016 12:17 AM)

Can you post the references to the articles mentioned in your excellent video? thank You

Maurice Salama - (11/16/2016 4:20 PM)

Kevin; I would ONLY utilize Renovix over Fibrin if there was a labial dehiscence or significant fenestration of bone. regards Dr. S

kevin potocsky - (11/16/2016 12:07 PM)

when would you use renovix over fibrin? and vice versa?

Omid Moghaddas - (11/16/2016 12:48 AM)

Always enjoy listening to your presentations my friend. Regards Omid

Maurice Salama - (11/14/2016 11:41 AM)

No, I do not have any experience with the ENCODE system from Biomet 3i. regards Dr. Salama

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