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遊離歯肉移植ービデオレビュー

Description:
This video presentation displays a step by step review of the clinical surgical process from incision, to bed prep, all the way through to final suturing and stabilization.

Date Added:
12/25/2011

Author(s):

Daniel J Melker, DDS Daniel J Melker, DDS
Education: University of Florida 1966 to 1969
Emory University 1969 to 1973
Boston University School of Dentistry 1973 to 1975 - Specialty training in Periodo...
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Online Videos / Surgery / Soft Tissue / The Free-Gingival Graft - A Detailed Video Review




Questions & Comments
aryeh gellman - (8/6/2015 12:04 AM)

Very nice and clean. it would be great if there were more of these basic surgical videos. Thx

Daniel Melker - (7/18/2015 5:32 PM)

5-0 Chromic gut used, Resorbable

Daniel Melker - (7/18/2015 5:31 PM)

Palatal tissue. Straight submarginal graft.

Maurice Salama - (10/19/2013 12:09 PM)

Excellent overview by Dr. Melker. A under utilized soft tissue procedure. Would love to see and hear more from Dr. Melker on XP. thanks Dr. Salama

Anurag Gupta - (10/19/2013 10:29 AM)

Great presentation. Thank you.

Carlos Garcia - (10/4/2013 3:23 PM)

What type of suture was used?

Kevin Mullin903 - (4/28/2013 8:36 AM)

Would be great to see post op healing over time. Very meticulous surgical protocol.

Rob Mikhli - (7/16/2012 9:28 PM)

What type of graft was used?

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