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The Collagen Ball Technique

Description:
This technique is the new reconstruction of tissue in implant treatments. In non-autologous tissue transplants, a large volume was able to be achieved. But, it can make a large volume by 100% non-autologous in soft tissue reconstruction. The collagen matrix was manually compressed into a hard round ball in order to prolong the time it takes to dissolve. The diameter of the ball was about 6-8 mm. Soft tissue reconstruction created a mean width increase of 4.59 mm.

Date Added:
12/21/2018

Author(s):

Toshiyuki Mizuguchi, DDS, PhD Toshiyuki Mizuguchi, DDS, PhD
Professional experience

Mizuguchi dental clinic ,private practice. Suginamiku, Tokyo, Japan, 1992-present
Mizuguchi implant center Shinjuku ,privat...
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Questions & Comments
mizuguchi toshiyuki - (1/17/2019 3:51 AM)

Thank you Dr.yosef kowalsky. I Administer penicillin after this operation for 3days. I do a partial thickness flap and sometime a full thickness flap. I don't feel the difference between partial and full.

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (1/17/2019 3:44 AM)

Thank you Dr.Alvin Aronoff. I didn't use Aviten and Mucograft together.But the mix is very interesting.I don't feel the difference between Mucograft and Avitene. We can't use this technique for increasing hard tissue. Because increasing hard tissue needs close wound. This technique doesn't need close wound. I think this technique doesn't need the membrane.

yosef kowalsky - (1/10/2019 2:01 PM)

Really enjoyed watching AGAIN. Question in the video clip you showed was it a full thickness flap for the APF cases and a split thickness for the Recovery cases?

yosef kowalsky - (1/9/2019 11:05 AM)

What is your antibiotic protocol ?

Alvin Aronoff - (1/8/2019 3:35 PM)

I am interested in whether to mix the avitene and mucograft together or use it separately? Do you get the bulkiness of the tissue by balling up the mucograft together with the avitene or is each one use separately? And what would be the advantage of using each material separately or together? And could you use this technique over particle bone and could you use the membrane between the mucosa and the balled up membrane? Lastly, do you need a primarily closure? Could you please answer this question separately. Thank you!

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (1/4/2019 8:14 AM)

Thank you Dr.Yosef kowalsky. I guess the Botiss mucoderm can get same result. I think the material is not important,the procedure is important.

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (1/4/2019 8:08 AM)

Thank you Dr.Lawrence Zager Basically I use the one type collagen matrix for one operation. I don't feel the difference between Mucograft and Avitene. It's no problem that you mix two types materials. I think it's no limited for this procedure.

yosef kowalsky - (1/2/2019 1:58 PM)

Thank you i enjoyed it very much. Can Botiss mucoderm be used as a ball?

Lawrence Zager567 - (1/1/2019 8:50 AM)

How do you mix the Avitene with with the collagen,Mucograft? Is there a limited amount of working time you have for this reaction to take place? Have you tried any other combinations with similar results? Dr. Larry Zager

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