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Management of Multiple Recession Defects in the Maxillary Arch - Utilization of Acellular Dermis Matrix

Description:
In this extremely detailed surgical video, Dr. David Wong describes the management and correction of multiple recession defects in the maxillary arch. Dr. Wong specifically discusses, flap design, reflection, mobilization and adaptation to successfully incorporate acellular dermal matrix in the technique. In addition, root conditioning, dermis matrix stabilization and suturing are also demonstrated.

Date Added:
4/3/2012

Author(s):

David Wong, DDS David Wong, DDS
Dr. David Wong is a board-certified Periodontist in private practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Dr. Wong received his undergraduate education and dental training at the Un...
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Questions & Comments
david wong - (1/9/2016 11:03 PM)

Hey Karl! They let guys like you on here? Good to see you, friend! Isn't DentalXP the best?

karl jobst95 - (1/8/2016 10:50 PM)

Outstanding work and video. Thank you for sharing.

Helena DeLuca - (8/20/2014 9:22 AM)

Both the Perioderm and the flap were secured with 5-0 Vicryl sutures which were removed in 2 weeks. Are the sutures which were used to secure the Perioderm also removed/accessible? Thank you

Spencer Sarue - (2/11/2014 1:34 AM)

Excellent presentation Dr. Wong. I enjoyed watching it.

david wong - (12/30/2012 8:57 PM)

Michael, I generally will prefer the thick Perioderm and if PRF is used, I would utilize it the way you described. Francois, Dermis from Zimmer is a very similar material... both Perioderm and Dermis are acellular dermal grafts. As with any products in the same category, they do vary in thickness, handling, hydration time, etc... But both would work in producing similar results in this case.

michael conway - (10/27/2012 1:47 PM)

Hi Dr. Wong, great presentation,which thickness of perioderm do you prefer and if using prf would you just overlay it over the sutured down perioderm then close the flap? thx

François Blackburn - (9/24/2012 11:20 PM)

very nice video Dr Wong. Is dermis frow Zimmer dental is same than your ACDM material you used

omid moghaddas - (7/25/2012 2:56 PM)

Dr Wong,hans for this perfect presention,excellent.

Maurice Salama - (5/14/2012 7:43 AM)

Sivan Dr Kars; Yes, the procedure is equally successful on vital and non-vital teeth. The biggest issues are levels of interproximal bone on adjacent teeth and the amount of remaining keratinized tissue in the area of recession to cover the ACDM material. good luck Dr. Salama

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