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Reconstruction of a Failed Implant Site

Description:
In this clinical video, Dr Moghaddas will demonstrate a large type 2 defect following an implant failure after 6 months of its placement utilizing a collagen and resorbable membrane.

Date Added:
10/23/2014

Author(s):

Omid Moghaddas, DMD, MSD Omid Moghaddas, DMD, MSD
Dr Omid Moghaddas, DDS,MSD
Board Certified Periodontist

  • Founder of Moghaddas Periodontics and dental implant center

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Questions & Comments
tahere pourseyediyan - (8/19/2015 10:33 AM)

Thank you for the good presentation.

nidal elias - (11/9/2014 1:48 PM)

Thank you for the presentation. I'm perplexed of why the surgery was limited to one rather than two implants since both exhibited inflammation next to each other?
thank you.

darawsha jaser - (10/28/2014 1:22 PM)

thank you nice presentation

Omid Moghaddas - (10/27/2014 4:09 PM)

Thanks Maurice and Mohammad. I will post the part2 of this procedure soon.

mohammad jahri - (10/27/2014 3:18 AM)

thank you for the good presentation.how predictable is to use the suturing technique and the material that you used for this type of defect? i would love to see the outcome if possible. thanks again

Maurice Salama - (10/24/2014 5:39 PM)

Omid; Well done, nice and clean surgery. Please keep us posted on how things progress with your case. regards Maurice

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