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インプラント臨床における骨造成とバイオエンジニアリング

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無歯の患者に実行可能な治療選択として、インプラントにサポートされる修復は、適切な位置、クオリティ、数量の骨が要求される。無歯のリッジまたは可能性のあるインプラント修復サイトの骨の発達が必要である。発達において重要なことは、下層の骨のサポートは2重であり、インプラントのアンカーとして、また歯肉組織や審美のためのフレームワークとしても機能を果たすことである。このウェビナーでは、効果的で予測可能なボーングラフトの解決策とすぐに臨床に取り入れることができる生物活性修飾因子についても紹介される。

Date Added:
11/13/2011

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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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (12/6/2011 7:46 AM)

Hamid and Mohamad; Thank you for the kind words. Yes, it is a never ending journey of education and experience. I hope to meet you both in the future and welcome you both personally. regards Dr. Salama

dr mohamad ali khayat - (12/6/2011 12:55 AM)

realy its nice presention thank yo dr salama we hoppe to see you as son as poseble in arabia saudi

Hamid Kazemi - (12/6/2011 12:19 AM)

Thank you for a great presentation. I am reminded, that with so many approaches, materials, and tools available in regenerative surgery, how important are detailed diagnostics and a thorough understanding of the biology of healing with each one. This will hopefully lead us in choosing the right approach and materials for the specific deformity at hand....A never ending journey in learning.

Maurice Salama - (11/17/2011 8:38 AM)

Alper and Keith; Thanks for the response. You must use ACS Collagen Sponges as carrier for BMP-2 but can mix some mineross with it. As for Sonic Weld system, I have used and continue to use the system but would not have utilized as a substitute for ortho extrusion in the vertical defect case. Dr. Salama

alper gultekin - (11/16/2011 3:24 PM)

Nice presentation... Do you mix BMP-2 with mineross instead of collagen sponges? Is there any way not to use these collagen sponges as carrier? Thanks..

Keith Marshall - (11/13/2011 5:45 PM)

Great presentation by a highly skilled educator and surgeon. I look forward to more. Thanks. One question: Would you consider using the sonicweld system on the case that you extruded the lateral incisor orthdontically instead?

marc nacar - (11/12/2011 3:48 PM)

thank you Maurice

Shih-Chung Liao - (11/12/2011 11:56 AM)

Do you consider to place implant and GBR simultaneously in the second case? Does it save time ? Is there no second surgical wound?

Shih-Chung Liao - (11/12/2011 11:52 AM)

Is it serious post operation swelling after the application of BMP? Seruma?

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