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Modern GBR Concepts, Flap Design and Materials as an Alternative to Autologous Bone

Description:
This lecture will provide a decision tree to assist the practitioner to best choose devices and biomaterials to achieve successful outcomes in bone regenerative treatment. Moreover, a straight-forward review of the step-by-step surgical maneuvers will be given, like incision design, flap management, membrane fixation strategies, and tension-free suturing technique. in the final part of the lecture, strategies to simplify the regenerative protocols will be presented with the intention to decrease morbidity and complications while boosting patients’ innate healing response.

Date Added:
12/2/2019

Author(s):

Robert Carvalho da Silva, DDS, PhD Robert Carvalho da Silva, DDS, PhD
Robert Carvalho da Silva received his dental degree from Uberlândia Federal University in 1994. Is board certificated in Periodontics at the Brazilian Dental ...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (12/6/2019 9:36 AM)

In this world of choices in regen, what are your thoughts on TYPE of membranes? Use of Growth Factors and type of sutures? Thanks again Robert and see you in Santos at the Live Surgical program at UNIMES Metropolitan University this week. regards Maurice

Robert Silva - (12/5/2019 11:14 AM)

thanks for all so nice comments see you all soon

Venceslav Stankov - (12/1/2019 10:07 AM)

Excellence

lucia amezcua - (11/29/2019 7:34 PM)

Gracias, excelente presentación

Omid Moghaddas - (11/29/2019 11:49 AM)

Great presentation my friend

Garth Hatch - (11/29/2019 12:21 AM)

Very good.

Bassam Rabie - (11/25/2019 7:24 AM)

Well executed presentation my friend. A very significant topic showing the truth and reality of our everyday work and how to plan, and avoid and treat and solve such cases. Hope to see you soon Robert.

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