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Management of Implant Complications - Posterior Maxilla

Description:
In this surgical technique video presentation, Dr. Alvaro Ordonez demonstrates the management of clinical challenges faced by the need to remove poorly placed implants from within the sinus, subsequent repair procedures of the Schneiderian Membrane prior to osseous augmentation. Dr. Ordonez also discusses surgical principles of flap design, the choice of membrane as well as placement and stabilization. In addition, patient management and medico-legal considerations are also discussed.

Date Added:
6/18/2011

Author(s):

Alvaro Ordoñez, DDS Alvaro Ordoñez, DDS

Dr. Ordonez first received his dental degree from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogota (Colombia) and served as a dental resident before his graduation at San Ant...
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Questions & Comments
Helios Houenou172 - (4/10/2013 12:07 AM)

Great surgical control! I believe the Txt 200 cytoplast mb is a Non resorbable mb (please, correct me if am wrong), if so, considering the size of the access, and the fact that you were able to suture the tear (on right side), could this procedure have been done exclusively with a Resorbable membrane instead to avoid re-entry? Thank you!

milind saudagar - (5/13/2012 11:17 AM)

excellent! unbelivable!

james kim - (9/8/2011 7:16 PM)

Maravilloso!

julian jaramillo b - (8/8/2011 12:27 AM)

Alvaro muy interesante, felicitaciones. El polipo era indurado o estaba lleno de liquido. Cual sera el tratamiento final de este paciente?

Pavel Krykhtin - (6/23/2011 12:25 PM)

Great presentation - would love to see the follow up when available!

Mark Neale - (6/22/2011 10:46 PM)

Most interesting. thank you

hector norero - (6/22/2011 6:53 PM)

Felicitaciones Dr Ordoñez....Muy grafica e ilustrativa cirugia Dr Hector Norero

Marwan Assaf - (6/21/2011 10:31 PM)

Excellent video

Victoria Zubkina - (6/21/2011 4:44 PM)

what happened to the polyp in the R sinus?

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