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Fibrin-Guided Bone Regeneration: Guidelines of a Simple, Predictable, & Low Risk Technique

Description:
This lecture is focused on an effective regenerative approach, but at low knowledge. The goal is to provide a new skill in favor of well-established techniques. The Fibrin Sealant (FS) is an additional clot of human origin. It has adhesive, sealant and inductive action stimulating hard and soft-tissue regeneration. The FS, mixed with bone chips and biomaterials, allows a better handling of the graft that, becoming plastic and moldable, adapts perfectly to bony defects without dispersion of granules. It’s effective also on wound protection achieving a faster healing of soft-tissue. This approach is excellent in the socket preservation and in the peri-implant regeneration on "closed" sites where the implants are inside the defects.

Date Added:
10/4/2017

Author(s):

Vincenzo Foti, MD, DDS Vincenzo Foti, MD, DDS
Dr. Enzo Foti graduated in Medicine and General Surgery magna cum laude at the University of Genova. Assistant surgeon for 5 years at General Surgery Clinic ...
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Questions & Comments
Vincenzo Foti - (10/27/2017 10:30 AM)

Thank you so much Snjezana for your appreciation! I look forward to meet you in Madrid!

snjezana pohl - (10/25/2017 1:05 PM)

Thank you for generously knowledge sharing, Enzo!

Vincenzo Foti - (10/14/2017 4:28 AM)

Thank you so much Roberto!!

Roberto Rossi - (10/8/2017 11:26 PM)

bravo Enzo ! XP

Vincenzo Foti - (10/4/2017 8:04 PM)

From Baxter Company

Barry Rimmer - (10/4/2017 5:04 PM)

from where do you get supply os fibrin sealant?

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