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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:
1/23/2018

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...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (10/22/2018 10:19 AM)

Hamed and Soumi; Thnx for your kind words. Yes, I believe this presentation is a broad overview and summary of CRITICAL concepts in Regenerative Dental Surgery. As for drapeable non-cross linked collagen membranes, there are many out there, Bioguide is most well know, I utilize Xmphony from Salvin. regards Dr. Salama

Soumi SenGupta - (10/21/2018 4:49 PM)

What an excellent presentation.Should be mandatory for everyone involved in Implantology...

Hamed Ghorbanian - (9/17/2018 8:15 PM)

Dear Dr Salama,when Dr. Grunder talking about placing a native collagen membrane over the cytoplat is that like a drapable membrane like vitala (osteogenics) , Bio Guide membrane!!!or what would be your choice.THANK YOU AS ALWAYS

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