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The Reconstruction of a "Critical Size" 3D Bone Defect Utilizing the Khoury Bone Plate Technique

Description:
Bone defects and bone resorption are a common finding for the clinicians in cases where dental implant therapy is needed. These situations dictates that the defect must be first reconstructed prior to or simultaneously with placing the implants Many techniques have been described for the augmentation of a bone defect, from guided bone regeneration GBR to bone blocks to ti-mesh. This presentation will focus on a case of a bone resorption in the mandible that will be reconstructed, using only autogenous bone to accommodate a future functional implant supported restoration.

Date Added:
12/14/2017

Author(s):

Cristian Rotaru, DDS Cristian Rotaru, DDS
MR. CRISTIAN ROTARU, MD

- Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

He graduated from the Faculty of Dentis...
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Questions & Comments
Stavros Eleftheriou - (7/27/2018 1:57 AM)

Very nice presentation. May i ask what camera and set up u used to manage and capture this so nicely? Thanks

Tarek Assi - (7/22/2018 11:53 PM)

Great Presentation! Nice and neat surgery! Thank you!!!

Cristian Rotaru - (6/26/2018 9:23 AM)

Thank you , dr Salama ! Always a pleasure to read your comments, I am most humbled by your words of appreciation ! Too bad the second video was not accepted for VoiceOver ! It would have shown the DXP subscribers the honest result of this procedure, few tricks and it would have been very beneficial for them . I must say now that this was NOT a case chosen when it was finished, based on when we see which case is a failure and which is a succes. This was/ is a real time case development , posted in a video format !! I posted the first video immediately after the surgery, not knowing how it will be at the end. I read coments about Sharp edges, resorbable membrane, bone plate resorption, etc . The result i think answers a lot of the question posed.

Maurice Salama - (6/25/2018 12:54 PM)

Thank you Christian. The case is simply amazingly performed and documented. regards Maurice

Cristian Rotaru - (6/25/2018 7:02 AM)

Hi, If you would like to see the result of this procedure, the video of the implant placement, please follow the link to DentalXP forum . Thank you all for your comments ! http://forum.dentalxp.com/video/details/re-entry-implants-placement-after-khour/7661

James Albani - (2/28/2018 11:00 AM)

what screw system are you using

Hikmat Hannawi - (2/28/2018 8:47 AM)

Dr Cristian great presentation . Dr Hikmat Hannawi , MA

Osama Abdel Qader - (2/4/2018 12:11 AM)

nice job...

Jimoh Lasisi - (1/30/2018 5:14 AM)

Christian you make it looks very easy. Good job.Can we obtain a result simillar if we use allograft bone with synthetic bone which will make not follow Gold standard

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