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Treatment of the Extremely Atrophied Edentulous Maxilla Using Bone Marrow Stem Cells

Description:
Treatment of the extremely atrophied edentulous maxilla is one of the most challenging problems in reconstructive surgery. Due to the size of the graft and inherent co-morbidities of these patients they some of the most difficult and challenging to treat requiring multiple surgeries with significant morbidity. The gold standard of care has long been the use of autologous block grafts from the iliac crest prior to implant placement however harvesting bone from the iliac crest comes with significant donor site morbidity. New treatment modalities using minimal invasive procedures and the use of Bone marrow stem cells and growth factors will be discussed.

Date Added:
9/22/2016

Author(s):

Melvin Maningky, DMD Melvin Maningky, DMD
Melvin Maningky, DMD, received his dental degree at the ACTA, Amsterdam. After graduation he worked as a dentist in private practice during his medical traini...
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Questions & Comments
Juan Alberto Ruiz - (3/12/2017 5:20 PM)

Congrats, we are in the same way. Almost same protocol. Thanks for sharing

Eric Pena - (9/18/2016 8:02 PM)

Thank you Dr. Melvin !

Rene Rebeil - (9/17/2016 10:48 PM)

Thank you Dr. Melvin for so nice presentation, even thow, I would like to know your opinion in this field about PRGF uses. Very interesting lecture!

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