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A Defined Algorithm for Regenerative Success Part 1

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In the rapidly changing world of bone regeneration, biotechnology has taken the forefront. Bioengineering, bioactive materials, recombinant and autologous growth factors have changed the landscape of wound healing and reduced the morbidity of our regenerative procedures. Additionally, technology related to surgical armamentarium has also changed with the advent of Piezoelectric and micro surgical tools aimed at reduced trauma and efficiency. Grafting materials, membrane technologies, tenting screws, ti-mesh etc. have also played an integral role in the changing face of regenerative therapies. These presentations will focus open the above concepts but prioritize the diagnostic phase and surgical common denominators required for a successful regenerative outcome. Flap design, space maintenance, bone and membrane selections and tension free closure provides the template for all the new age materials and technologies to be successful in clinical practice.

Date Added:
8/20/2015

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
Alejandro Saenz - (11/9/2016 8:23 AM)

Excelent Maurice, regrds from University of Costa Rica

Maurice Salama - (10/22/2016 6:35 PM)

Enrique and Ash many thanks for all the kind words. Dr. Salama

ENRIQUE TREVINO - (11/24/2015 12:28 PM)

Excelent information, Thank You, Dr. ET

Ash Mahmood - (10/2/2015 9:48 AM)

Excellent lecture as usual by Dr Salama.

Maurice Salama - (9/15/2015 4:55 PM)

Salam, Matthew and Juan Alberto, many thanks for the kind words. It does mean so much. I will try to build upon your support and hope to deliver Part 3 of this series shortly. Keep an eye out. Dr. Salama

Salam Al Akash - (9/15/2015 4:47 PM)

Priceless Webinar. I really enjoyed it .Thank you Dr. Maurice for this effort and for the high quality and clear video. It is really different and makes a big difference for all of us.

Matthew Byars - (8/24/2015 10:18 PM)

Priceless Lecture Dr. Salama! I'm so happy I joined Dental XP and signed up for your Externship program after attending Partners in Synergy Orlando this year. World Class educators! Thank You!!

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (8/24/2015 4:24 PM)

This lecture should be consider the bible of bone regeneration. Thanks my friend

Maurice Salama - (8/22/2015 1:38 PM)

Andy; Many thanks for your kind words. Yes, we are excited to be in Seattle oon for our Hands-on DentalXP Club format. I think you will enjoy the course very much. I will cove these questions you have in great detail and you will perform these procedures on pig jaws during the hands-on workshop. regards Dr. Salama

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