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Horizontal Bone Augmentation Using the “SPLIT BONE BLOCK TECHNIQUE” Step by Step - Part 1 of 2

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Bone atrophies are one of the most challenging situations in modern implantology. Several techniques have been proposed to be able to place implants in those atrophic situations. This first presentation will show step by step the Split Bone block technique as described by Dr. Khoury to perform horizontal bone augmentation procedures. Bone biology is also explain in order to understand why this technique offer us some great advantages. The second presentation will focus of vertical bone augmentation procedures using this same technique but through a tunnel approach. The advantages of this approach will also be described in this presentation.

Date Added:
3/1/2018

Author(s):

Jose L. Dominuez-Mompell, DDS, MsC Jose L. Dominuez-Mompell, DDS, MsC

Jose L. Mompell

- Clinical Professor in Oral Surgery and Implantology at URJC Master

- Clinical Professor Periodontics, Implantology and Prosthodontic...
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Juan Lara Chao, DDS, MsC Juan Lara Chao, DDS, MsC

Juan L. Chao

- Clinical Professor in Oral Surgery and Implantology at URJC Master

- Clinical Professor Periodontics, Implantology and Prosthodontics a...
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Questions & Comments
Jose Luis Dominguez Mompell - (5/16/2018 3:15 AM)

Hi Miguel! Only the periostium, no membranes at all, we want the osteogenic capacity of the periostium to be intact. We use the thin bone block as autogenous revascularizable membranes on the buccal. Very similar to an standard GBR; collagen on the buccal and closure of the flap. Thanks for your interesting question!

Jose Luis Dominguez Mompell - (5/16/2018 3:12 AM)

Hi Steve! Sorry for the late reply! Pins are from Stryker and they are 1.2mm diameter and length depend on the defect but normally between 7-8 for horizontal and 8-12 in vertical. We have also try Meissinger screws with great results. Thanks for your comment! Hope to meet you soon!

Miguel Martinez - (3/31/2018 7:17 AM)

Very inspiring to see. Thank you for sharing. For the horizontal augment, do you use membrane to cover occlusal portion of graft or only the periosteum/soft tissue? Thanks

steve rasner - (3/28/2018 3:45 PM)

Great presentation ! Curious: What exact size pins did you end up using, 1.5 x ??? Do you ever use a micro saw to split the bone graft you harvest?

snjezana pohl - (3/2/2018 1:25 PM)

Ups, no "edit" or "delete" button - my previous comment is for vertical augmentation:)) Snjezana

snjezana pohl - (3/2/2018 1:23 PM)

I feel privileged as XP member to sit comfortable in the first raw and watch your valuable presentation, Jose and Juan. It is difficult to say what is better: structure, animation, results, pics, your natural style...Shortly, thank you for generous sharing-we have been waiting for a long time, but it was worth it. Now I need a pig jaw and let´s go:)) Thank you again Warmly Snjezana

Juan - (2/22/2018 7:25 PM)

Thank you everybody for your words. We are flattered. Hope you like the vertical bone grafting part too!! Regards Juan

snjezana pohl - (2/20/2018 11:48 AM)

Jose and Juan, great step by step description and explanation why this technique works so well. Great opportunity to learn from both of you, Khoury technique artists. Looking forward to Part 2!

Omid Moghaddas - (2/19/2018 11:41 PM)

Great presentation.tnx

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