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Osteotome Technique & Piezosurgery Utilized for Internal Sinus Lift with PRGF Protocol

Description:
In this video, Dr. Salama highlights multiple regenerative tools and protocols in the posterior maxilla. Internal sinus lift utilizing a combined osteotome technique and PRGF is featured first prior to implant insertion and followed by bone grafting of the thin labial plate using PRGF, fibrin, and 50:50 mixture of mineralized irradiated allograft bone, Miner-Oss and xenograft. Hydraulic effects of Fibrin and PRGF for sinus lift are also featured along with autologous fibrin membrane utilization to protect buccal bone augmentation.

Date Added:
6/5/2009

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (8/8/2014 6:34 PM)

Abdusalam; That was certainly another option here. I did not feel it was needed as we had adequate length of KT and bone graft for contour seems enough. See the thickness at early healing at the end of the video. regards Dr. Salama

ABDUSALAM ALEMALI - (8/8/2014 4:48 PM)

Dr. Salama: sorry but why u did not augment soft tissue with a C.T graft in this case. thank u

Maurice Salama - (9/1/2010 5:28 AM)

Michael; I also use the NSK unit and it is very good. The tips to use with their system would be the ST-2 and ST-4 but they do not seem to have a osteotomy tip as of yet. good luck Dr. Salama

Michael McClure - (8/31/2010 6:06 PM)

Dr. Salama, Is it possible to use the piezosurgery tips with an NSK piezosurgery unit. Thanks

Maurice Salama - (8/30/2010 12:12 PM)

Michael;
I utilized the "osteotome" tip provided by Piezosurgery and then went to the OT-4 once I make contact with the sinus floor. Hope that helps.
Dr. Salama

Michael McClure - (8/26/2010 10:58 AM)

Dr Salama, Which piezo tip did you use for the lift? Thanks for a great presentation.

Michael McClure - (8/26/2010 10:58 AM)

Dr Salama, Which piezo tip did you use for the lift? Thanks for a great presentation.

- (7/8/2010 8:29 AM)

Dear Dr, Bartakke
Your message has been recieved by BTI in Spain, and they will be in contact with you soon.
Good luck.
Eddie Salama

satish bartakke - (7/6/2010 7:52 AM)

Dear Dr Salama,
I have been using PRGF for last 8 years with very good results. I even visted BTI,Spain in 2005 to know the technique in depth. It is very good technique and cost effective as well. Today I would like use Dental XP platform to convey my difficulties about getting BTI material in India. I even wrote twice to Dr Anitua,but there was no reply. Dr Salama,I would be greatful to you if you direct this message to Dr Anitua. BTI office in Spain didn't respond. I need activator and other material very badly. I hope Dr Anitua will consider my problem and contact as early as possible.
Thanking you Dr Salama for developing such a great platform for dental education.
Regards.
Dr Satish M.Bartakke,Mumbai

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