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New Concepts in the Management of the Deficient Posterior Maxilla

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Poor bone quality and anatomic deficiencies have traditionally limited posterior maxillary tooth replacement. The goal of this presentation is to discuss advantages of contemporary treatment options, instruments and materials that have been developed to overcome the common challenges that the clinician encounters when planning for posterior maxillary implant rehabilitation. Advantages, limitations, and realistic short- and long-term expectations will be discussed.

Date Added:
11/5/2020

Author(s):

Rodrigo Neiva, DDS, MS Rodrigo Neiva, DDS, MS
Dr. Rodrigo Neiva currently heads the Department of Periodontics at Penn Dental Medicine as Chairman and Clinical Professor of Periodontics. After obtaining h...
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henry salama - (11/18/2020 12:07 PM)

Outstanding presentation on several critical clinical concepts. My compliments and thanks Rodrigo

Rodrigo Neiva - (11/13/2020 10:12 AM)

Thank you for your comments Drs. Szurgot, Mintz, Issa, and Fuchs. The commercial names of the collagen scaffolds are Ossix Bone and Ossix Volumax. I can post a lecture on LASSO GBR to help you understand the concept of this approach.

Kenneth Szurgot - (11/11/2020 9:36 PM)

Fantastic lecture

Shalom Mintz - (11/9/2020 9:47 AM)

Please, what is an example of ribose based membrane and ribose based bone graft? Also, what is LASSO technique?

Husam Issa - (11/7/2020 10:23 PM)

Where we can get the ribose base soft and hard tissue material

dan fuchs - (11/5/2020 12:39 AM)

Dr. Neiva A beautiful and A thorugh presentation."The future is looking bright". Regarding your "Lasso Tech",Iwould like to know more a bout it, and if you have a video on that? thank you very mach.

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