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Managing 3D Shape and Space in Bone Augmentation: Putty Assisted Regeneration.

Description:
Various grafting materials have been successfully utilized to increase bone volume before or during implant placement. A common challenge of augmentation protocols, however, especially when bone grafting with a granules or even most putty systems, is the possibility of migration and/or inadequate space maintenance, which ultimately decreases the possibilities of achieving the desired bone volume. Novabone is Calcium-Phosphosilicate bone putty that results in an osteostimulation regeneration process that is FDA approved. It has excellent adaptability characteristics and lack of migration. It can be dispensed in a unique cartridge system in a variety of sizes. This presentation will demonstrate the utilization of Novabone in several different applications to include ridge preservation and sinus grafting and immediate implant placement.

Date Added:
4/4/2012

Author(s):

Richard  Martin, DDS Richard Martin, DDS
Dr. Richard Martin is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in Lewisville-North Dallas, Texas. He is a graduate of New York University College of Dentistry where he was elected O...
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Questions & Comments
richard martin - (6/4/2013 10:47 AM)

what I mean by that is that yes you can place healing abutment and interrupted suture mesial and distal and because material stays in place tissue will seal around in 24-48 hrs- if you can immead temporize it is better because temp crown will seal area- hope that is better

kevin potocsky - (6/4/2013 10:32 AM)

I know that but you didn't answer my question? please see again

richard martin - (6/4/2013 10:16 AM)

Kevin, I like to use it for this because it "stays put" in the gap

kevin potocsky - (6/3/2013 1:38 PM)

for an immediate placement with novabone to fill in gap, if it torques i can place healing abut for a premolar right or do i always have to bury immediate placed implants?

richard martin - (5/30/2013 4:29 PM)

Kevin, Yes I am-I like to use for internal sinus augmentation and to "fill the gap" during immead placement- I thoughts are to wait a solid 4-5 months if used alone

kevin potocsky - (5/30/2013 3:25 PM)

are you still using novabone? good results?

richard martin - (4/10/2012 3:25 PM)

Tony, great question if you send me your email I will respond. Thx

richard martin - (4/10/2012 2:49 PM)

Thanks Muhammmad

richard martin - (4/10/2012 2:48 PM)

Farhan, the Zimmer putty is not synthetic and does not have osteostimulative properties and delivery system is different as well. I do not think it is an issue of what is better but what works best in each of our hands

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