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Biological Bone Augmentation - Only for REAL BONE BUILDERS Premium Member Content

Biological Bone Augmentation - Only for REAL BONE BUILDERS
This Online Webinar is addressed to all clinicians, who want to learn safe and predictable bone harvesting and augmentation techniques for different clinical situations. Clear guidelines for the use of augmentative procedures like the Split bone technique by Prof. Khoury and Biological Bone Augmentation with pure autogenous bone and advanced soft tissue management in order to achieve predicable results will be provided.

Presented By:: Frank Zastrow, DDS, M.Sc.
Presentation Style: Video
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Socket Shield Preparation: An Oral Surgeon's Perspective Premium Member Content

Socket Shield Preparation: An Oral Surgeon's Perspective
Periodontists and general practisioners are used on working with high speed, whereas oral surgeons are used to preparing hard tissue utilizing a straight handpiece. One can object that a straight handpiece is causing more vibrations and may dyslodge the shield. However, in our experience (myself:>300 socket shield procedures, Richard Martin, Michael Pikos) it works very well. This is not recommendation for the periodontists and GP to start to prepare socket shield utilizing a straight handpiece, but the explanatory video for oral and maxillo-facial surgeons used on a straight handpiece.

Presented By:: SnjeĹžana Pohl, MD, DMD
Presentation Style: Video
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"The Biology of Time" - A Retrospective Look at Bone Graft Protocols Premium Member Content

"The Biology of Time" - A Retrospective Look at Bone Graft Protocols
Uncompromising treatment planning is therefore essential to ensure the long term aesthetic stability of our esthetic cases. Treatment planning involves both bone and soft tissue therapy as both are critical for the stability. This lecture will highlight the importance of different treatment options as well as show numerous new techniques that are possible to achieve the results that both our patients and practitioners are proud of.

Presented By:: Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD
Presentation Style: Video
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The "Magnetic Mallet" for Implant Osteotomy Preparation & Immediate Provisionalization Premium Member Content

The "Magnetic Mallet" for Implant Osteotomy Preparation & Immediate Provisionalization
In this clinical case I had to restore the upper right jaw where the tooth number 14 and 15 had to be extracted. The 16 and 17 were inserted 6 months ago with crestal sinus lift using the Magnetic Mallet as well. Same on the other side of the maxilla. Crown removing by the magnetic device, palatal tooth portion extracted by the magnetic mallet and implant inserted by using the magnetic mallet for the osteotomes preparations and the implant insertions (15) to achieve the adequate primary stability for the immediate loading.

Presented By:: Fabio Manuel Filannino, DDS
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Clinical Investigation of an Immediate Load Protocol Using Axial & Tilted Implants to Treat Patients with Failing Dentition or Complete Edentulism

Clinical Investigation of an Immediate Load Protocol Using Axial & Tilted Implants to Treat Patients with Failing Dentition or Complete Edentulism
The clinical investigation evaluated a specific surgical/prosthetic protocol for full-arch fixed dental restorations supported by immediate loaded axial & axial tilted implants, as well as the verall prosthetic survival rate. Mid-study results confirmed that immediate loading of axial & tilted implants following the studied protocol provides a viable treatment modality for the rehabilitation of edentulous arches & terminal dentition.

Author(s): Andrea Mastrorosa Agnini, DDS;Alessandro Agnini, DMD;Richard Martin, DDS;Roberto Apponi, DDS
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Biologics in Regeneration: What Is Their Impact on Periodontal and Dental Implant Surgery?

Biologics in Regeneration: What Is Their Impact on Periodontal and Dental Implant Surgery?
This article discusses in detail the origins, differences and benefits of RECOMBINANT PDGF vs Autologous Platelet Concentrates in Periodontal & Implant Surgery.

Author(s): Myron Nevins, DDS;Donald S. Clem, III, DDS; Samuel E. Lynch, DMD, DMSc
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Reconstruction of a Horizontal and Vertical Bone defect using The Cortical Lamina Technique

Reconstruction of a Horizontal and Vertical Bone defect using The Cortical Lamina Technique
For many years guided bone regeneration has been a challenge in oral and implant surgery. Many techniques and devices have been used in trying to regenerate and reconstruct resorbed edentulous ridges. The literature in the field is scarce due to the impossibility to perform RCT on such lesions, therefore the judgement of the international community is based on case reports and retrospective studies. In the last ten years a new device has proved to be quite successful and predictable on top of showing a very low morbidity, a membrane made of xenogeneic collagenated bone with features that are very different from any other material used in the past. This paper will show the application of the cortical lamina technique where a vertical and horizontal defect was corrected and successfully restored.

Author(s): Roberto Rossi, DDS;Edoardo Foce MD, DDS
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Survival of Implants after Indirect Maxillary Sinus Elevation Procedure: A Two Years Longitudinal Study

Survival of Implants after Indirect Maxillary Sinus Elevation Procedure: A Two Years Longitudinal Study
The aim of the study was to evaluate the survival rate of two diverse implant systems with different implant surfaces with the same geometrical design. In the present study, we achieved clinical success with both kinds of implant surfaces however Bioetched implant surface showed promising results comparable to Tiunite surface of Nobel BioCare Implants. In the future, more case-controlled studies with longer follow-up are needed to validate the results of the present findings.

Author(s): Lanka Mahesh, BDS, MBA;Ashutosh Agarwal; Jose C Guirado; Praful Bali; Nitika Poonia
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Surgery Courses
Biological Bone Augmentation- Only for REAL BONE BUILDERS Premium Member Content

Biological Bone Augmentation- Only for REAL BONE BUILDERS
This webinar is addressed to all clinicians, who want to learn safe and predictable bone harvesting and augmentation techniques for different clinical situations. Clear guidelines for the use of augmentative procedures like the Split bone technique by Prof. Khoury and Biological Bone Augmentation with pure autogenous bone and advanced soft tissue management in order to achieve predicable results will be provided.

Presented By:: Frank Zastrow, DDS, M.Sc.
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
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Protocols for Aesthetic Zone Management: From Maintenance to 3D Reconstruction Premium Member Content

Protocols for Aesthetic Zone Management: From Maintenance to 3D Reconstruction
During the lecture Dr. Bessa will systematize how to face each different clinical situation, utilizing different autogenous tissues combined with a micro surgical approach, in order to have the best healing patterns and scar-less surgery.

Presented By:: Luis Lapa Bessa, DDS
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
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Autogenous Bone Harvesting Today Premium Member Content

Autogenous Bone Harvesting Today
This lecture focuses on autologous bone block harvesting techniques as described by Prof. Khoury: from the donor site identification and harvesting techniques, to an analysis on how computer-guided 3D technology can help the surgeon performing safe and effective mandible bone harvesting procedures.

Presented By:: Luca De Stavola, DMD
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
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Autologous Bone vs. Bioactive Modifiers/BMP-2: A Clinical Update in Bone Regeneration - Part 1 of 2 Premium Member Content

Autologous Bone vs. Bioactive Modifiers/BMP-2: A Clinical Update in Bone Regeneration - Part 1 of 2
There are several techniques and materials available for implant site development. The choice may depend on a number of factors including size of the defect, osseous morphology, costs and surgeon or patient preferences. Autogenous bone has long been considered the gold standard of graft materials. The trend today is to reduce patient morbidity but still provide predictable outcomes. This lecture will discuss the use of autogenous bone versus using bioactive modifiers such as platelet concentrates, rhPDGF and rhBMP-2 as replacement for the need to harvest bone.

Presented By:: Craig M Misch, DDS, MDS
Presentation Style: Online Self-Study Course
CE Hours: 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
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