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Partners in Synergy - The Webinar Event; Augmentation Strategies in Implant Dentistry

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This course will highlight the current available regenerative techniques and protocols to maximize the esthetic results of tooth replacement therapy. Extraction site management, labial bone enhancement as well as current gingival augmentation techniques will be featured. These highly acclaimed clinicians and educators will team up to provide a glimpse of their upcoming LIVE Synergy VI conference June 11th - 14th, 2015 in Orlando, Florida.

Date Added:
3/2/2015

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Michael A Pikos, DDS Michael A Pikos, DDS
Dr. Michael A. Pikos Dr. Pikos is originally from Campbell, Ohio. He attended The Ohio State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa....
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Questions & Comments
Chris pace - (1/7/2016 9:50 AM)

What are the criteria in determining if I should use PRF or PRGF? Thank you.

kevin potocsky - (3/3/2015 5:13 PM)


I am looking to buy a piezo unit. DoWell co. which you like has one for 6200 or something but Salvin and most other companies have them for 10-15000. I am a average surgeon who does a slight to moderate amount of this work, which do you recommend I get?

Maurice Salama - (3/3/2015 4:11 PM)

Dear Dr. Darko Veljanovski; The barrier membrane concept is not changing but has never been "clearly" described as to the timing of how long it is required. As to "barrier by bulk" that relies on thickness of material to slow down the migration of soft tissue to the regen site....also never proven. In my practice, a large critical size defect require more time with a barrier membrane and a small size defect may require less time and only PRGF or PRF fibrin membranes with bulk underneath. Thanks for your question and I hope this answer helps. regards Dr. Salama

mark hagigi - (2/28/2015 9:27 PM)

Great presentation by experts in this field. Just not if it was new, it seems speakers refer to 2010-2011?

Maurice Salama - (2/26/2015 8:22 AM)

Gentlemen; Sorry to hear about the issues watching the webinar yesterday. There was a weather issue in Atlanta that may have caused problems with the Global Server or it could be a slow local internet connection or both. We will check on that today. But this morning, I played the entire presentation and it played very well. We apologize about this inconvenience and value your comments. Hope you will attempt to watch again. sincerely Dr. Salama

Henry Ferguson - (2/25/2015 7:34 PM)

I paid to see he pikos salama webinar and there was no sound!!!!!!

Dr. Darko Veljanovski - (2/25/2015 2:47 PM)

Brilliant webinar. Great minds. Dr. Pikos uses bone substitute as "veneer graft" to increase vestibular thickness in his second case. no membrane. I.think he said " biooss", as a slow resorbing material, is that correct? because bio oss is only spongious. Also, he advocates use of Mineross & ctg without any membrane and has evident results using that protocol. In addition , Dr. Anitua says only prf membrane ( lasting 3-4 weeks) is enough as barrier membrane, which is supposed to last much more than that. My question is: is the barrier membrane concept changing.? Or is this the Misch's "barrier by bullk"?What is the scientific principle behind graft with no membrane concept? Thank you.

Omid Moghaddas - (2/25/2015 12:20 PM)

Another perfect presentation by two of the bests, Mike and Mo Thanks

Maurice Salama - (2/25/2015 9:26 AM)

Adosh; there have been some studies that have used PRF Fibrin alone with CPF for root coverage with some success. I prefer CTG as it allows for increased thickness, greater quantity of KT and more predictable root coverage than PRF alone. thanks Dr. Salama

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