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Negative Factors for Soft & Hard Tissue Maintenance

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Maintaining the bone is the most difficult challenge in implantology (bone grafted or native bone around implants). If a tissue want to live long, it has to follow 2 conditions: The first condition is to organize a full blood supply.. However, it’s not enough. The solution for the long term stability is to try to organize the stability of the blood supply.. by the respect of several biologic conditions. Almost of these conditions are explained in this lecture. We introduce here the new concept to avoid the reduction of blood supply by the periosteal incision: the soft brushing technique is the first technique which allows a very large increase of the flap without any incision: the flap closure without tension but without any incision.

Date Added:
5/25/2017

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Joseph Choukroun, MD Joseph Choukroun, MD
Name: CHOUKROUN First Name: Joseph
Date of Birth: 5 Novembre 1952


Diploma: Medicine 1979.
University of Montpellier, Fran...
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Questions & Comments
Jesus Aguado - (4/29/2019 8:17 PM)

Congratulations, simple and important concepts, will undoubtedly influence in better results, Tanks you

Dr. Ingo Bütow - (12/10/2017 6:59 AM)

I have a question to the brushing Technik: Dr. Choukroun, do you get more ceratinisiced gingiva with this Technik?

Lova Razafindrakoto - (11/9/2017 11:20 PM)

Merci Joseph pour toutes ces infos Amitiés, Lova

Basil Fletcher - (7/29/2017 12:11 AM)

Hi Joseph, I recently purchased your brushing kit and it has been excellent. Could you please comment on bone loss post extraction with no flap raised and no implant and Bundle bone being the main cause . Thank you , Basil Fletcher

Joseph Choukroun - (7/9/2017 10:04 AM)

Thank you all!! Apologizes for my late reply. So busy.. 1. never forget the biology during your surgery 2. I think that 1-2mm sub crestal is the best. However, the connection has to follow.. 3.About the soft brushing.. we do not detach any muscle. We just achieve disorganization of the collagen fibers.. 4. Injection of i-PRF is made behind the papilla. never 'in' the papilla. go through it to the contact of the perioteum..and inject. 5. see you in Dentalxp NY Implant summit

Rafael Molina - (6/12/2017 7:11 PM)

Dr. Joseph, a question, how use the IPRF for the papila?? injection?? or need to do space?? how work?? And thanks for the excelent lecture!! Regards

Oleg Vasiliev - (6/5/2017 1:48 PM)

Best regards, Oleg.

Oleg Vasiliev - (6/5/2017 1:48 PM)

Very nice lecture! Thank you so much! 1)I`ve got 2 questions: what is maximum depth for subcrestal implant instalation on your opinion? 2)Where can I buy instruments for "brushing" technique and what is the price?

Carlos Aguilar León - (6/4/2017 12:05 PM)

I liked in Costa Rica and I like it more the second time , you can get more tips.Cheers Dr. Choukroun.

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