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Surgical and Prosthetic Reconstruction of a Periodontally Compromised Case in the Esthetic Zone

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Management of severe compromised cases in the esthetic zone entitles proper planning and the use of all tools and technologies and biomaterials to achieve an acceptable result. In this video it is demonstrated the surgical steps utilizing conebeam and microscope in the use of allogenic bone blocks and acellular dermal matrix.

Date Added:
3/28/2013

Author(s):

Bassam F.  Rabie, BDS Bassam F. Rabie, BDS
Dr. Bassam F. Rabie

    Chairman and CEO Presidential Esthetics Center & Institute
    Became a prosthodontist in Pittsburgh, USA 1997
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Questions & Comments
Douglas Laurie - (11/10/2015 10:59 PM)

Bruce Laurie
Concise and not overly basic. Very good presentation for experienced surgeons such as those that use Denal XP.
Well done. We're all looking for jewels.

Leanne McDonald - (1/8/2015 7:27 AM)

Enjoyed watching your video and techniques. Nice job.

Mike Glassman - (4/24/2013 4:34 AM)

great presentation. well done!!

Bassam Rabie - (4/23/2013 3:49 PM)

Thanks Dr Wahib for the nice comments. Greetings from miami

Wahib Moussa - (4/22/2013 3:43 AM)

Dr Rabie,I really enjoyed watching this case,you have used your technology in the best way...Best of luck

Bassam Rabie - (4/11/2013 7:15 PM)

Thanks Adriana for the nice comments. Regarding the mandibular arch it is scheduled to remove the lower anterior teeth with both hard and soft tissue reconstruction to finalise proper implant placement and definitive restoration to the proper centric and eccentric bite.

Adriana Castellanos - (4/11/2013 1:48 PM)

Very nice case, and the protocol was followed according the most recent standards of bone regeneration. But what happened with the lower anterior area? It can be seen an advanced bone loss and a poor stability due to de pathological migration.

amjed raslan - (4/7/2013 8:52 AM)

Great video i learn from u alot of ideas

Maurice Salama - (4/4/2013 3:05 PM)

Great stuff shown all the way through from grafting to implant placement in Part 1 and 2 by my dear friend Bassam. I hope to see more in the future. Dr. Salama

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