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Extraction and Bone Grafting Techniques to Optimize Site Preservation

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Implant placement is dependent upon bone quantity and quality. The ideal opportunity for bone preservation exists at the time of tooth extraction. All too often this opportunity is lost. Extraction techniques will be demonstrated that not only preserve but augment the amount of alveolar bone. The importance of piezosurgery, atraumatic surgical technique, the use of bone grafts, resorbable membranes and growth factors will be elucidated.

Date Added:
8/14/2013

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Michael Sonick, DMD Michael Sonick, DMD
Dr. Michael Sonick is a full time practicing periodontist and implant surgeon in Fairfield, Connecticut. He is also an active teacher, clinical researcher and author. ...
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Questions & Comments
Mike Sonick - (3/28/2014 8:31 PM)

If the buccal and palatal plates are intact I degranulate, irrigate, hydrate bone allograft (frequently Puros cancellous or a cortical/cancellous mix), use a growth factor e.g. Gem 21 and place a collagen plug. I usually add 5 drops of Gem-21 to each 0.5 gram of bone.

Ross Morgan - (3/25/2014 2:59 PM)

What materials would Dr. Sonick recommend for grafting at the time of extraction when the buccal plate is intact. Hybrid of cortical/cancellous bone with collagen plug? Brands and mixes would be appreciated. Thanks!

Eric Pena - (2/3/2014 11:14 AM)

Thanks for sharing this presentation. I got your book implant site development which equally helpful to us practitioners . Excellent book

Salvatore Korecki - (1/16/2014 10:14 AM)

I`m an aspiring periodontist and your videos are wonderful to watch!

Devren Anderson - (9/7/2013 10:27 PM)

great presentation

Krystyna Zietkiewicz - (8/15/2013 12:34 AM)

The presentation was very informative and easy to follow. I enjoyed it very much. Thank you! Krystyna Zietkiewicz

Mario Marcone - (8/14/2013 8:01 PM)

Excellent review and advice for achieving success. Thank you!

Harold HORTON - (8/14/2013 3:35 PM)

Great presentation Mike I was glad I got to see it. Harold Horton

Maurice Salama - (8/14/2013 7:54 AM)

Nice job Mike. Nicely presented. Thoughts on bone graft materials and membranes was clearly described. Maurice

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