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Innovative Technique for Ridge Augmentation Using SonicWeld RX Rigid Resorbable Barrier System - Part 1 of 5

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In this first of a 5 part series, Dr. Gerhard Iglhaut describes the science as well as the step-by-step techniques for incorporating hard and soft tissue augmentation in everyday clinical practice focused on esthetic implant therapy.

Date Added:
10/17/2013

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Gerhard Michael Iglhaut, DDS Gerhard Michael Iglhaut, DDS
Dr. Iglhaut completed his degree in dentistry in 1982 at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Germany. He worked as a scientific assistant in the department of Oral Surger...
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Questions & Comments
Robert Smith456 - (10/5/2013 5:16 PM)

Utilizing bicon implants where the protocol indicates 2mm sub crest head of implant position which by design has a narrower head c.f implant body into which a polished metal abutment platformed switched is Percussed permitting the microgap of a. Stealth abutment / implant crown to be placed in the gingival mucosae . Does this system suffer the same crestal bone loss as other implant screwed systems with wider heads placed at crestal bone level? Would you suggest that bicon head of implants be placed crestal or slightly above. Thank you for your presentation If you can spare the time to reply it will greatly clear up my confusion .thanks R.Alan Smith

Maurice Salama - (11/14/2012 10:37 AM)

I just utilized the KLS Martin Sonic weld with new mesh style PGA material and BMP-2 for large alveolar ridge defect yesterday. It works beautifully.
Dr. Salama

Matt Hauck - (1/24/2011 8:40 PM)

Articles mentioned Bouri A. et al. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2008 Zigdon H. et al. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2008 Adibrad M. et al. J Oral Implantol. 2009

Basil Fletcher - (12/28/2010 8:28 PM)

Could someone advise on the location of the paper by the Lindhe group regarding the critical amount of keratinised tissue around implants. Dr Iglhaut mentioned this article in part 1 of his lecture series. Thank you. Basil.Fletcher

Jorge Gutierrez - (11/26/2010 3:50 PM)

i like this video because Dr Gerhard use cientific base to explain the results.

Maurice Salama - (10/30/2010 4:05 PM)

Well done and very interesting system for GBR. I have used it several times with much success. Congrats Dr. S

Michael Mingle - (10/28/2010 1:30 PM)

nice video

jeffrey puglese - (10/27/2010 7:31 PM)

excellent video

mohamed amine slamani - (10/27/2010 12:17 PM)

thank's

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