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Efficiencies in Block Harvest and Fixation: Keys to Success

Description:
Block grafts are indicated for the restoration of significant bone defects and site development for proper placement and support of dental implants. In this presentation, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi will discuss the three key stages for successful block grafts: opening, placement, and closure, with specific emphasis on graft harvest and fixation. Approaches for preparing the recipient and donor sites, along with adaptation and fixation techniques for predictable results will be presented. In addition, Dr. Kazemi will review flap design and closure techniques critical to graft survival and healing.

Date Added:
5/28/2015

Author(s):

H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD
Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. He is the founder and CEO of Kazemi Oral Surgery & Dental Implants and maintains a full time ora...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (6/23/2017 7:37 AM)

Just watched this again....just great technical information. Looking forward to your presentation at NYU XP Implant Summit. Regards Maurice

Hossam Basune - (8/26/2015 6:07 PM)

what are advantages of PRGF over PRF ?

Hamid Kazemi - (6/8/2015 10:46 PM)

Thank you all. In response to questions below, I will be posting a follow up video shortly to show the final results on cases shown. I use either bio-gide or Ossix plus membranes. Most of my experience has been with autogenous bone blocks, so I can not comment on allogenic blocks. But from biological standpoint, having the osteogenic and inductive properties of autogenous bone makes it a significantly more superior material.

yaarob sara - (6/3/2015 12:48 PM)

amazing documentation for the shown case, Really wish to see the followup of this case and others. Thank you. Yaarob

James Albani - (6/3/2015 11:41 AM)

what colloagen(drapeable) are you using

Dr. Dharam Rana - (6/3/2015 10:14 AM)

Nice Presentation Dr Kazemi. How is your experience with allogenic block grafts? What do you prefer between autogenous and allogenic ?What about their long term stability and resorption characteristics? Thanx again for your great presentation..Regards..Dr Rana

Omid Moghaddas - (6/3/2015 9:01 AM)

superb . tnx Ryan

johnny bear - (5/31/2015 11:26 AM)

Thank you Dr Kazemi. Very well done, and so concise. All useful information.

Hamid Kazemi - (5/30/2015 9:41 AM)

Thank you Howard. I have been following my block graft over the years and when followed with implant placement, they have proved to be quite stable. I think the key is adequate bone thickness with 2mm minimum of implant coverage. I have also used Dr. Khouri's technique for certain kind of defect and is quite effective. The vascularity of the recipient site and tissue quality is another variant in determining which technique may work better. If I am grafting a multiply-operated site with possible 'tissue scarring' and questionable vascularity, thinner plates and particulate will probably be a better option.

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