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A Microsurgical Approach in the Esthetic Zone: Recession Coverage Utilizing a Modified Tunneling Technique

Description:
This surgical video is intended to present a predictable technique for recession coverage. Using micro surgical instruments in a minimal invasive manner, we can avoid tissue damage and we can enhance the healing of the surrounding structures.

Date Added:
7/30/2015

Author(s):

Mihnea Cafadaru, DDS Mihnea Cafadaru, DDS
I have graduated from the University “Victor Babes Timisoara-Romania” in 2007. After finishing the school, i have started the training in implant dentistry and periodontology....
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Questions & Comments
Cafadaru Mihnea - (7/9/2016 7:31 AM)

Thank you Michael

Michael Maroon - (6/9/2016 3:06 PM)

Very nice technique.

Neal Johnson - (10/15/2015 12:51 PM)

a rookie question: can this be accomplished with acceluar graft material as well?

Cafadaru Mihnea - (8/26/2015 5:04 PM)

Thank you!

Cafadaru Mihnea - (8/26/2015 5:04 PM)

Ayhan Sari i only did pumice and scalling.

Cafadaru Mihnea - (8/26/2015 5:03 PM)

Thank you Sebastian!

Fatu Sebastian - (8/21/2015 11:04 AM)

Good job Mihnea. I-m glad to see your presentation on DentalXp.

ayhan sari - (8/19/2015 3:43 PM)

Very nice presentation. Thank you Mr. Mihnea... Did you anything to the root surface (tetracycline or endogain conditioning) after pumicing and cleaning?

Cafadaru Mihnea - (8/9/2015 4:32 PM)

Thank you! More to come!

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