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Pre-Implant Ridge Bioengineering: The Bone Block Allograft Technique - Part 1 of 2

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Narrow ridge deficiencies can limit dental implant placement. As well, the pain and various complications associated with chin, ramus and hip bone block grafts for ridge augmentation purposes discourage many from pursuing this method of treatment. The 'bone block allograft technique' helps overcome narrow ridge limitations for dental implant placement as well as minimizing surgical post-op pain, risks and complications. This is an extremely versatile procedure which can be performed in the anterior and posterior sextants of both the maxillary and mandibular arches. The 'bone block allograft' technique helps overcome narrow ridge limitations for dental implant placement as well as minimizing surgical post-op pain, risks and complications. This is an extremely versatile procedure which can be performed in the anterior and posterior sextants of both the maxillary and mandibular arches.

Date Added:
12/10/2012

Author(s):

Herbert Veisman, BSc, DDS, FRCD Herbert Veisman, BSc, DDS, FRCD
Founder, The Periodontal Specialists
Fellow and Examiner, Royal College of Dentists of Canada
Certified, American Board of Periodontology
Adjunct Professor, Uni...
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Questions & Comments
Adriana Castellanos - (4/19/2013 7:20 PM)

I liked the protocol for this ridge augmentation, it was followed step by step just like the most recent standards of bone regeneration.

DARIUSZ PITUCH - (4/3/2013 11:29 AM)

Dariusz Pituch I use fresh frosen bone block allograft for past 7 years with great success and always remove bone marrow from cancelous part of bone block. What is the reason with remaining bone marrow?

serge orlov - (12/26/2012 11:02 PM)

What is your contact at Capital Health in Halifax, Nova Scotia? I could not find a link to the bone bank on their website. Thanks

Herbert Veisman - (12/18/2012 7:10 PM)

Thank you for the kind words Alper. I use these bone block grafts occasionally (in the right indication) in combined vertical/horizontal ridge augmentation. Stay tuned for that presentation in the near future. Happy holidays and a healthy and prosperous 2013.

alper gultekin - (12/16/2012 4:13 PM)

Nice presentation. Do you use these blocks in vertical augmentation?

Herbert Veisman - (12/15/2012 1:16 PM)

@William Atop-the bone block grafts come from the Queen Elizabeth II hospital from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. @David Bistritz-the only brand I use is from Capital Health in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I don't know if you can purchase this product OUTSIDE of Canada for FDA and certifications reasons. @Amer Al-Atassi- we have hundreds of carefully documented cases with dental implants in these bone block grafts. Without exception, ALL smokers have either had complete failure of the bone block or very limited success. On the other hand, those who were considered NON-smokers, and who's dentists made a PASSIVE fitting transitional restoration (so as to NOT place any pressure on the bone block) had very high success. Based on the literature, smokers have a much higher failure rate for all surgical procedures.

William Atop - (12/14/2012 9:47 PM)

Where do you buy the block allograft?

david bistritz - (12/14/2012 10:15 AM)

what brand bone blocks are the ones you prefer?

Amer Al-Atassi - (12/14/2012 2:04 AM)

You mentioned that this procedure is 100% failure in smokers! and 99% successful in non-smokers. It this based on experience or science?

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