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Alveolar Ridge Regenerative Strategies: Clinical Application of Autogenous, Allogeneic and Xenograft Substrates with Bioactive Modifiers and Mesh

Description:
This clinical based presentation will feature a CBCT based sequential diagnostic protocol including the latest hard and soft tissue grafting techniques for single tooth to full arch implant reconstruction. The use of autogenous, allograft, and xenograft substrates along with resorbable and nonresorbable mesh will be covered. Foundational tissue engineering principles will be covered and will include the use of PRGF, rhPDGF, and rhBMP-2/ACS.

Date Added:
4/2/2014

Author(s):

Michael A Pikos, DDS Michael A Pikos, DDS
Dr. Michael A. Pikos Dr. Pikos is originally from Campbell, Ohio. He attended The Ohio State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa....
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Questions & Comments
laurent oiknine - (4/4/2014 1:44 PM)

How do you temporize a grafted complete maxillary ridge, like the one that you showed, to prevent micromovement of the graft material. (Before implant placement)

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (4/3/2014 4:19 PM)

Really usefull and nicely explained. Thanks.

Maurice Salama - (3/29/2014 9:08 AM)

As usual, impressive material and education on advanced bone grafting in implant dentistry by Dr. Pikos. thanks Dr. S

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