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Alternative & New Tendencies for Alveolar Reconstruction in Modern Implant Dentistry

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Knowledge of bone biology and physiology are crucial for successful dento-alveolar reconstruction. The presentation will review the natural healing process of the bone and the sequence of events needed for proper regeneration. This process will then be discussed and compare with the present materials and technologies available in the market including alloplastics and allogenic materials. The role of the Stem Cells and rh-BMP2 will be exposed as part of these new trends in alveolar reconstruction for modern implant dentistry. Multiple cases will be presented demonstrating the versatility and outcomes in different clinical situations based on biological, bio-mechanics, and implant aesthetic needs.

Date Added:
2/13/2019

Author(s):

Alejandro Vivas-Rojo, DDS, MS Alejandro Vivas-Rojo, DDS, MS
Dr Alejandro Vivas- Rojo, DDS, MS

• Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

• Fellow Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery ICOMS

• Member Amer...
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Jesus A. Gomez, DDS Jesus A. Gomez, DDS
Jesus A. Gomez, DDS

• Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

• Doctor in Dental Surgery. Universidad Central de Venezuela

• Interns...
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Questions & Comments
Ehab Rashed - (6/29/2017 3:43 PM)

Great lecture

Thomas Faerber - (6/25/2017 10:35 AM)

Dr's Vivas-Rojo and Gomez, This was a fantastic presentation that as an OMFS I greatly respect. These are very complex cases with impressive results that you both are to be congratulated on. I have been frustrated with dehiscence problems with PTFE and I am impressed with the results from this pattern of titanium mesh. What company provides this particular pattern that you use? Best regards.

Richard Ford - (6/15/2017 3:58 PM)

Excelente presentación. Felicidades. Saludos desde Panamá.

Daniel Delrose - (6/14/2017 1:12 PM)

Amazing!!! Voodoo Dentistry!!

Tyler Binner - (6/14/2017 9:26 AM)

Hello Dr. Morze - The quiz questions should be visible now; please try to view again. If you are still having issues, please contact us directly (tyler@dentalxp.com) to resolve the issue you are experiencing. Thank you, DXP Mgmt

Michelle Morze - (6/14/2017 3:20 AM)

Is the quiz working for this webinar? I can't seem to open it.

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