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The Modern Age of Regeneration: Tenting, Fixating and Space Creation

Description:
Regeneration requires a common biological thread for predictable results. Space Maintenance, Graft Stability, Bone Biologics, and Wound Management. This presentation will describe the importance of each critical step in regeneration and introduce a new technical system to assist the surgeon in managing and stabilizing the space required for optimal bone regeneration. Flap design, release, biologics selection and enhancement as well as bone stabilization, fixation, and secure membrane adaptation will be further highlighted as to it's critical value in the final results.

Date Added:
8/6/2018

Author(s):

Homa Zadeh, DDS, PhD Homa Zadeh, DDS, PhD
Dr. Zadeh is a tenured Associate Professor and interim director of graduate Periodontology Program at the University of Southern California (USC), Herman Ostr...
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Questions & Comments
Rola Shadid - (8/10/2018 12:20 PM)

Thanks alot Dr. Zadeh, interesting presentation.

Lalit Thanki94 - (8/9/2018 1:05 PM)

Very informative and well presented. Thank you.

yaarob sara - (8/8/2018 8:33 AM)

Very clear and helpful. million thanks dr zadeh.

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