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Pre-Implant Bone Grafting

Description:
Dr. Yvan Poitras outlines a variety of bone grafting techniques for reconstructing deficient ridges. Dr. Poitras discusses in great detail the techniques he utilizes to harvest, shape and fixate autogeneous bone from a variety of intra-oral sites.

Date Added:
8/7/2008

Author(s):

Yvan Poitras, DMD Yvan Poitras, DMD
Dr. Yvan Poitras is Founder and Director of the Canadian Implant Institute providing training in both surgical and prosthetic aspects of implantology. Graduated from L...
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Questions & Comments
Gerald Rudick - (2/25/2015 7:42 PM)

Excellent presentation, very well executed surgeries and wonderful results.

Formidable Gerry Rudick MOntreal

François Blackburn - (3/3/2012 5:29 PM)

very nice video yvan

Maurice Salama - (9/16/2010 5:44 PM)

Just watched this video again after 2 years and it remains outstanding. Thank you Dr. Salama

Joshua Darrin - (3/19/2009 7:00 AM)

Thanks for the great post.

Chris Smith - (2/28/2009 12:38 AM)

Nice video Yvan, on bone grafting. My question relates to the provisional prosthetics for a full arch edentulous maxilla. What provisional prostheses is the patient wearing after the maxilla is grafted, given you wish to avoid pressure to the graft ?

hugo leitao - (1/18/2009 11:23 AM)

A Recent paper by Pommer in 2008 states that new safety margins should be considered. In fact some of my cases have had some sensibility problems even using the 5mm rule. I have asked myself why?? a thousand times.
Regards

Milo Garcia Tempone - (1/9/2009 12:45 PM)

Nice surgeries thank God there are oral surgeons around that see all this complicated extreme cases but by doing these huge grafts doesnt¨he looses attached gingiva? Wonder if he does any soft tussue grafts afterwards?¡¡¡

Maurice Salama964 - (9/13/2008 4:12 PM)

Dysesthesia is common following this harvest technique but returns after several months time. The Pikos rule of 5 is best to stay away from the mental foramen, border of the chin base and the apical roots of the lower incisors by a minimum of 5mm. Other than this there is no way to avoid these post-op complications with chin harvest.

yazad gandhi - (9/3/2008 9:19 AM)

Good work Yvan. Have you ever experienced any Dysesthesia / Paresthesia in the symphysis after block harvest?? & how would you avoid it apart from leaving a safe distance from the incisor root tips.

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