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Biological Bone Augmentation - Only for REAL BONE BUILDERS

Description:
In many cases bone augmentation is necessary before implants can be inserted. Additionally, the soft tissue management can be a decisive factor for the implant success. In all cases the “Gold Standard” of using autologous bone is in competition with the use of Bone Graft Material products. 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.

Date Added:
3/20/2020

Author(s):

Frank Zastrow, DDS, M.Sc. Frank Zastrow, DDS, M.Sc.
Dr. Frank Zastrow is founder of the BBA Academy (www.bba-academy.com) and an experienced oral surgeon.

He was Senior Physician at Prof. Fouad Khou...
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Questions & Comments
mohammed Mokrani - (3/27/2020 10:43 AM)

good work and presentation ,juste i need to know if the cases like this Do you use the local or the general anesthesia ?? BR

Frank Zastrow - (3/25/2020 2:26 PM)

Dear #Yaarob Sara- you are very welcome. #Dear Emad - thanks so much for your kind comment. Looking forward to see you soon my friend. All the best for you and your family in those times. #Dear Hans Boussamba Kouka- yes, see you soon. #Dear Abdusalam Alemali, you are very welcome. If you like this technique you can get my EBOOK for SAFE BONE HARVESTING now for FREE on: bba-academy.com/ebook - you also find on my page www.bba-academy.com an ONLINE COURSE (6 modules, >5hours) where we show all techniques you need to master Biological Bone Augmentation.

yaarob sara - (3/21/2020 11:03 AM)

Awesome, Thank you very much

Emad Salloum - (3/20/2020 7:04 AM)

Great presentation Frank ....Good to see you on XP forum ...Hope to see you soon

hans Boussamba Kouka - (3/19/2020 6:50 PM)

amazing Frank see you soon

ABDUSALAM ALEMALI - (3/19/2020 3:57 PM)

be a real bone builder thanks dear Frank for sharing this strong augmentation technique BBA

Frank Zastrow - (3/19/2020 6:11 AM)

Dear Amin, thanks for your nice comment. :) Dear Fernando, thanks a lot. I answer to your questions: I use parallel technique with two bone plates only in anterior maxilla, because you need crestal incision for that- and crestal incision in terms of vertical augmentation you should do only in maxilla with thick gingiva phenotype. And this brings me to your question number 2: when it comes to vertical augmentation and the tissue followed the vertical defect: YES - we thicken the tissue in advance. You can do this with palatal pedicled flap or CTG. My EBOOK for SAFE BONE HARVESTING is now available on: bba-academy.com/ebook - you also find on my page www.bba-academy.com also an ONLINE COURSE (6 modules, >5hours) where we show all techniques you need to master Biological Bone Augmentation.

amin dinparvar - (3/18/2020 1:52 PM)

Amazing and realy bio engineering .good luck

Fernando Deon - (3/18/2020 10:28 AM)

Great lecture Dr Frank. I am a big fan of your work. I have a few questions: 1) when do you indicate the parallel bone plates technique instead the perpendicular bone plate technique ? 2)In vertical defects in posterior mandible or maxilla, do you usually increase the volume of soft tissue prior to the bone augmentation or when do you indicate this procedure?

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