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Incisor Implant in Narrow Ridge with BMP-2 Infuse and CT Graft

Description:
In this surgical technique video, Dr. Paul Kozy shares an approach to the routine clinical challenge of placing an implant in a narrow ridge. His very detailed and concise demonstration focuses on the management of the narrow ridge through a specific drilling protocol as well as the utilization of growth factors in the form of Infuse (BMP-2) mixed with a mineralized allograft. In addition the harvesting and placement of a sub-connective tissue graft is thoroughly demonstrated.

Date Added:
10/29/2011

Author(s):

Paul S Kozy, DDS Paul S Kozy, DDS
Dr. Paul S. Kozy practices Advanced Implant, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Dentistry in Toledo, Ohio with his daughters, Dr. Bridget Kozy Snyder and Dr. Jacqueline Kozy.<...
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Questions & Comments
Paul Kozy DDS - (6/1/2012 7:35 AM)

http://gallery.me.com/pkdds/101157 Here is link to still photos of case with recent update after 2 years.

Paul Kozy DDS - (9/2/2011 9:32 AM)

Thanks Clark, Infuse XX Small kit is $850. from Medtronic.

Clark Brown - (8/17/2011 6:20 PM)

Nice surgery. What are you finding the cost of the Infuse to be? The Infuse sponges for spinal disk fusion run about $5,000 for the product itself. Orthopedic surgeons generally like it a lot, but it seems cost prohibitive in dentistry. If you have a good source, maybe you can share it with us.

ilker erdogan - (2/7/2011 2:52 AM)

no extra .a standard surgery

Paul Kozy DDS - (12/15/2010 5:49 PM)

Coming soon.

dentimp huang - (12/15/2010 5:30 AM)

How about the final result ?

Paul Kozy DDS - (12/3/2010 6:04 PM)

Simon, yes I usually use a resorbable membrane to cover the Mineross. I consulted with Dr. Dan Spagnoli and showed him this case. He feels the Infuse is so bioactive and as long as you maintain volume, which the particulate does, no membrane is needed. He showed many cases using Infuse alone and covered with Medpor mesh tacked to maintain volume. Very interesting.

Simon Milbauer - (12/3/2010 5:31 PM)

Dr Kozy, have you used any barrier membrane to protect the Mineross particulate graft you used? Simon Milbauer

Paul Kozy DDS - (12/2/2010 11:32 AM)

Of course, Andrew, you did a fantastic job on a difficult case. Not sure about west coast but stay tuned to XP. Regards

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