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Vertical Bone Augmentation Utilizing Ultrasonic Surgery and Symphyseal Bone Block Graft

Description:
In this video by Professor Dong-Seok Sohn and translated into English by Dr. Maurice Salama, a large 3D vertical defect in the Maxilla is treated utilizing autogenous chin block graft harvested and shaped with an Ultrasonic device and then secured with bone fixation screws. Bone shaping and fitting of the block and particulate bone is highlighted. Incision design and suturing techniques for both the harvest site in the mandible as well as the recipient site in the Maxilla are clearly featured on this video. Final outcome is displayed.

Date Added:
8/25/2013

Author(s):

Dong-Seok Sohn, DDS, PhD Dong-Seok Sohn, DDS, PhD
Dr. Dong-Seok Sohn received his DDD from 1989, DDS : School of Dentistry, Kyungbook National University in 1989. He complted training of oral and maxillofacial Surgery ...
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Questions & Comments
Sok Chea - (12/29/2013 8:35 PM)

Excellent video presentation. Where can I buy Greenplast? What company in Korea?

Sok Chea - (12/29/2013 8:35 PM)

Excellent video presentation. Where can I buy Greenplast? What company in Korea?

Anupam Singh - (11/6/2013 2:00 PM)

Oh, there's no follow up pantogram. It would have been great to see a 5 year follow up Pantogram of the final implant and prosthesis. Though a lot to be learned through the surgical video and case management. Thank you Prof Sohn and Prof Salama

Anupam Singh - (11/6/2013 4:38 AM)

Very meticulously done surgery Prof Sohn. I have a query in mind which bothers me, I can see a Radiolucent demarcation seen at the junction of Onlay chin graft and the recipient site, on the follow up Pantogram. Is it normal? why there is no Bone regeneration at the junction? Warmest Regards. Dr Anupam

Dong Sohn - (9/11/2013 9:17 AM)

I think 20mm or more releasing is possible in ant. maxilla I will post the video when I get back to my country next week. Thank you.

Dong Sohn - (9/11/2013 9:14 AM)

Mini screw was used.I think 2mm w × 10 m H. We can get same results in ant. Maxill,too

Dong Sohn - (9/11/2013 9:14 AM)

Mini screw was used.I think 2mm w × 10 m H. We can get same results in ant. Maxill,too

Dong Sohn - (9/11/2013 9:11 AM)

UBS from Italy was used in this case

Dong Sohn - (9/11/2013 9:10 AM)

Yes Mirna. You can use bovine too.

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