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The Use of Emdogain and BioOss Collagen in Bone Regenerative Procedures

Description:
This video will discuss the steps necessary to preapre a site for bone regenerative procedures. The materials used for regeneration in the cases discussed will be Emdogain and BioOss collagen. Reentry of the areas will be shown and in several cases 10+ years visual evaluation will be seen.

Date Added:
2/14/2013

Author(s):

Daniel J Melker, DDS Daniel J Melker, DDS
Education: University of Florida 1966 to 1969
Emory University 1969 to 1973
Boston University School of Dentistry 1973 to 1975 - Specialty training in Periodo...
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Questions & Comments
Daniel Melker - (3/8/2013 5:47 PM)

Not meant in any way other than I believe the fee is based on the skill and overhead involved with each and every surgery. Materials also play a part in the fee obviously. Thanks!

Gregory Tuttle - (3/6/2013 3:39 PM)

What is a reasonable fee for such a service?

Daniel Melker - (2/22/2013 4:44 PM)

Certainly makes sense. Emdogain has this really property of preventing epithelial migration and thus saves us the use of barriers. If you are worried about this problem then Emdogain makes sense for sue in sockets. Thanks!

Spyridon Gialidis - (2/21/2013 6:35 AM)

Dr Melker, excellent presentation! You mentioned that Emdogain can prevent epithelial migration and therefore there is no need for a barrier. Would you consider using Emdogain mixed with the bone allograft for socket preservation if a connective tissue barrier is not going to be utilised? Would you add Emdogain alone on the coronal part of the socket?

Daniel Melker - (2/20/2013 1:54 PM)

Thanks Sam. I have multiple DVD's on ways to keep teeth for long term stability as many do on DentalXP. I am nearing 40 years in practice and have yet to place an implant. So I have yo come up with all these treatments learned from others to keep my practice going. Have a great day, Danny

Sam Busich - (2/20/2013 9:07 AM)

Dr. Melker; Incredible documentation and presentation. Much to learn from SAVING TEETH. Every seems to simply want to extract and place titanium screws. This shows that more simple and cost effective approaches can be much better. Please share more with us. THANKS Sam

Daniel Melker - (2/20/2013 8:05 AM)

I opened around 200 sites of say 300 areas treated. Why? I wanted to know if the procedure I was doing worked and so did my patients. Why do something that does not work? Seeing is believing. The discomfort to open up a site a year later is 0. Obviously no charge to the patient. The product was brand new when I started using it. Also EMD was only FDA approved to be used alone. I used it initially with freeze dried demineralized bone. Have a great day! Thanks Paul for your question. Danny

Paul Boulos - (2/20/2013 7:12 AM)

is it always a good idea to open the gum to check the healing site after one year elapsed. what is the purpose of checking the site surgically if no procedure is to be done. or is it only to show the audience how these materials work. nice presentation for what can really work. your feed back is appreciated

Daniel Melker - (2/19/2013 5:22 PM)

Always great when you comment Chuck! Danny

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