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Apical Mattress Suture: Prevention of "Oxidative Stress" of Bone & Soft Tissue

Description:
It’s impossible to heal well and fast when the tissue is in oxidative stress.. It occurs when there is an excess of oxidants or deficiency of antioxidants: smokers and diabetics have issues because they are in chronic oxidative stress... Tension free flap closure in mandatory. Otherwise, soft tissue and bone will fall in oxidative stress. The solution is to suture the flaps with an adequate technique. In this presentation, we show how to achieve soft tissue immobility and fixed buccal flap. How to manage the sutures? When to remove them? What’s the best material? How to handle a flat knot and the following knots? How to increase the soft tissue thickness? etc… All details and clinical follow-up are described in this short presentation.

Date Added:
2/20/2020

Author(s):

Joseph Choukroun, MD Joseph Choukroun, MD
Name: CHOUKROUN First Name: Joseph
Date of Birth: 5 Novembre 1952


Diploma: Medicine 1979.
University of Montpellier, Fran...
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Elisa Choukroun, DDS Elisa Choukroun, DDS
Dr Elisa Choukroun


- DDS, Private practice in Nice, FRANCE

- Graduated from the University of Nice, France

- Master in An...
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Questions & Comments
Omid Moghaddas - (7/9/2020 4:52 PM)

Great great great as always Regards Omid

Jonathan penchas - (7/5/2020 12:50 PM)

a master speaker and a fantastic "how to do it" lecture. this is what dental XP is all about. helping "average Joe" like myself improve and help people. thank you!

Seyed Hamzeh Aghaie Kakroudi - (5/2/2020 11:19 PM)

thank you

Huda AlJonaidy - (4/23/2020 10:38 PM)

Brilliant

forouz Farahmandpour - (4/22/2020 12:55 PM)

wonderful. thank you.

Dr Baskaran Rajappa - (3/11/2020 8:22 PM)

Thank you for your wonderful presentation Dr.

Jean-Pierre Roethlisberger - (2/27/2020 2:45 PM)

I live in switzerland Kind regards jp

Joseph Choukroun - (2/27/2020 5:46 AM)

Jean Pierre Roethlisberger, in which country are you living ?

Jean-Pierre Roethlisberger - (2/27/2020 12:07 AM)

Great presentation! Where can I buy your suture material in europe?

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