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Surgical Management of Posterior Maxilla

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Replacement of missing teeth with dental Implants in the posterior maxilla presents unique challenges due to maxillary sinus, less quality of bone, and increased occlusal load. The surgical objectives to meet functional and aesthetic goals include enhancement of both quantity and quality of bone as well as ideal placement of dental implants for restorations that mimic nature. In this presentation, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi discusses current surgical techniques in implant site development in the posterior maxilla including extraction site grafting, sinus lift, bi-directional bone graft, and osseodensification for bone management.

Date Added:
11/21/2018

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H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD
Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. He is the founder and CEO of Kazemi Oral Surgery & Dental Implants and maintains a full time ora...
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Questions & Comments
dan fuchs - (11/22/2018 3:49 AM)

dr. Kazemi. a very well tough,organized,and documented lecture. it is always a pleasure to learn from a master like you. best regards.

Daniel Delrose - (11/21/2018 10:29 AM)

Enjoyed the lecture! What software are you using for planning restoration and fabricating guide.

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