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Extraction Site Management: Technical Aspects and Biologics

Description:
In this lecture and video case report, “conservative” management of posterior maxillary extraction sites are highlighted featuring new tools, techniques and biologics. How to extract teeth to preserve the socket environment using piezosurgery and extractor instruments is followed by simplified grafting with a synthetic bone substitute and biologic seal. After 4 months, the video 2nd surgery is clearly displayed with flap reflection, bone assessment and implant placement in a conservative staged approach. This is followed by final suturing using a running mattress.

Date Added:
8/19/2013

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Matias Tanga - (5/3/2015 8:55 PM)

Dr. Salama, I´ll only change the time of flap release, former to the augmentation with biomaterials. In that way I ll´ be able to do that procedure in an easier manner, without having extreme care with the biomaterials, ensuring the tension free procedure before augmentation. Excellent presentation.

Terry Chang - (11/24/2014 10:59 PM)

Dr. Salama, Awesome presentation. Thanks you.

benjamin yan - (1/26/2014 12:45 AM)

Nice Presentation. Thank you Dr.S

Maurice Salama - (9/6/2013 10:47 PM)

Thanks Georgios, sometimes predictable and simplified approaches are often overlooked. regards Dr. Salama

GEORGIOS GKRITZAPIS - (9/6/2013 4:41 PM)

Dr Salama,excellent procedure,thank you.

Maurice Salama - (8/31/2013 9:15 AM)

Thank you Felicia and Wahib. Staged therapy and 4 months seems to be very conservative but also very effective.

Felicia Sintie - (8/31/2013 4:56 AM)

I can see? I am "free""

Wahib Moussa - (8/29/2013 7:56 AM)

Dear Dr.Salama, Thanks for a Great vedio,I always let one of my staff do the extraction ,then I continue ,but your motivating presentation will get me back to extraction applying your non traumatic approach. Our problem that our patients would love to have extraction and implant at same visit. How I can motivate them to have it in two stages. Best regards. Wahib

Maurice Salama - (8/28/2013 8:07 AM)

Abdusalam; Many thanks. We use both products here in our office with very similar results. Good luck. Dr. Salama

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