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Bone Augmentation & Vascular Enhancement Concepts: It’s Time to Make it Simple!

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Growing bone is fascinating, and clinicians have developed many techniques in that matter, most of them restricted to an elite. Yes, it does take a lot of skills to harvest bone blocks, to stabilize them with screws etc, and without forgetting the soft tissue handling as it can be a real challenge to cover the bone graft especially for a vertical augmentation. The purpose of this presentation is to make the participant think biology first, not mechanical. A biological thinking will dramatically simplify vertical and/or horizontal bone augmentation procedures. We will also be introducing a new approach for the simplification of soft tissue handling: the Soft Brushing Technique, that will allow the coronal advancement of both buccal and lingual flaps, but also the palatal flap without the need for periosteal releasing incisions.

Date Added:
5/18/2022

Author(s):

Jérôme Surmenian, DDS Jérôme Surmenian, DDS
Jérôme Surmenian

- Dental Degree from the Dental School in Nice, France

- Master of Science in Oral Biology, Boston University...
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Questions & Comments
Dorian Hatchuel - (7/30/2022 2:49 AM)

Thanks for a great presentation. Do you not use collagen membranes? Only PRF membranes?

lb schwab - (5/18/2022 10:24 PM)

why are you offering old courses which i have taken four years ago?

Jesus Aguado - (11/19/2020 1:09 PM)

your concepts incredible Jerome, do you combine the graft with autologous bone? Thanks

Eduardo Rodriguez - (11/4/2020 3:52 PM)

where can I order the Soft Brush instruments and the Fast Ti mesh system. Thank you!

Fabio Manuel Filannino - (11/2/2020 8:34 AM)

Great knowledge and tips in GBR Jerome! Thanks for sharing

marc nacar - (10/28/2020 3:39 PM)

Hello Jérôme, Are you still using allogenic bone as described in the lecture or are you now using mainly bovine bone ?

ricardo auer - (4/3/2020 3:26 PM)

Thank you For divede your knowledge

ricardo auer - (4/3/2020 3:25 PM)

Good

Dr. Robert Kaufman - (2/22/2020 7:11 PM)

Who manufactures the Fast System (titanium mesh) and where can it be ordered from? Additionally, where can one order the instruments for the Soft Brush technique? Thank you.

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