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New Generation of Customized Titanium Membranes for Achieving Predictable Buccal Bone Regeneration Every Time

Description:
Stable soft tissue can only be maintained over the long term if there is adequate buccal bone. Achieving this bone can be unpredictable at times. The grafted bone requires space maintenance along with graft stability in order to allow angiogenesis to reach all the bone that is being grafted as well as enough time for the bone conversion process to occur. This short video presents of an extremely simple technique using a titanium membrane that can be used with most implant types to create stable buccal bone. It also goes through the criteria for successful bone regeneration and how to implement them.

Date Added:
11/13/2014

Author(s):

Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD
Dr Gluckman completed his dental training at the university of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990. After spending a number of years in a general practice he complete...
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Questions & Comments
Ronni Deniger - (6/6/2015 5:11 PM)

excellent surgery

Maurice Salama - (3/30/2015 2:46 PM)

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Rick Hurst - (3/30/2015 12:19 PM)

I joined at the Basic Level to try out the site but there are almost no videos which are not premium level.

yildiray yemenicioglu - (2/6/2015 9:11 PM)

Very good presentation... Thanks...

Amer Al-Atassi - (1/5/2015 11:25 AM)

Wonderful case Howard. In your opinion, of all the technical details in this procedure, which step is the most important one?

Amir Khadivi - (11/20/2014 9:56 AM)

Hi Howard. Great case! Can you please tell me which company makes the soft membrane which you layered over the bone? Thanks!

miguel stanley - (11/14/2014 4:22 AM)

I love this product! I also enjoyed seeing you use the prof over bone under i gen! Perfectly executed

Venceslav Stankov - (11/13/2014 12:55 PM)

Great job!

Howard Gluckman - (11/13/2014 2:53 AM)

Ehab that is a good question about extra resorbable membranes and my answer is simply NO. The reason for this is that I do not believe that the exclusion of certain cells is necessary. I believe this fact comes from the extrapolation of the GTR studies with GBR but the 2 healig responses are totally different. For me the two most important things are space maintenance and graft stability. If you have both then there will be no problems. If you have any movement of the graft then you will have loss of tissue and possible graft failure. But just my opinion.

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