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Bone Augmentation to Reconstruct a Complex Anterior Defect

Description:
In this surgical video presentation, Dr. Bassam Rabie shares with the DentalXP community his management of a severe anterior osseous defect in a complex periodontally compromised patient. Dr. Rabie utilizes digital imaging to thoroughly detail his diagnosis as well as plan his surgical enhancement procedure to facilitate future placement of implants in a staged approach. The utilization of allograftic block, membrane and flap management, for applying the principles of GBR, are well demonstrated.

Date Added:
5/8/2012

Author(s):

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

    Became a Prosthodontist in Pittsburgh, USA 1997
    Fellow American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics - 1998
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Questions & Comments
mohamed sabryy - (3/11/2015 8:38 AM)

Very nice case Dr Bassam ..i want to know what's the graft block name and company and price thanks

Sergey Dolgov - (12/24/2012 11:48 PM)

Great presentation! The pt needs SRP though)

Mohamed El Mansy - (12/24/2012 10:54 AM)

thank you doctor for that nice pesentation

Bassam Rabie - (11/26/2012 7:06 PM)

Both of the blocks show great healing and success rate If proper strict protocol is followed from recipient bed preparation with intra marow penetration and strict and firm fixation and stabilization of the block graft. Usually I prefer to leave the allogenic block at least 7 months before opening and placing implants, while autogenous blocks as known heals within 4 months. Best regards Dr Bassam

Amer Al-Atassi - (11/25/2012 3:44 PM)

How do these allogenic bone blocks differ from autogenous blocks in terms of healing and success rate ?

Bassam Rabie - (11/5/2012 1:17 PM)

Vasant, the fixation screws are removed after around 7 month in cases if allogenic bone blocks, in time of implant placement, and whether to add more bone or soft tokens graft around the implants depends on the amount of bone and soft tissue thickness available. In the second part of this presentation I will show after placing implants the need or not to use any additional grafts. Thanks.

Vasant Ramlaggan - (10/10/2012 1:26 PM)

Dr. Rable, could you please tell me how long before you remove the screws? After removal, do you simply close the soft tissue or add more bone? Thanks.

Ehab Rashed - (5/12/2012 12:49 PM)

Good work doc .

Bassam Rabie - (5/10/2012 9:04 PM)

Alper, thanks for the complement. The allogenic bone block I use is a corticocancellous block as the cortical outer wall of the block maintains the contour and has a very slow turn over rate of resorption ad the veneer grafts do. Thanks

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