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The Collagen Ball Technique

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12/21/2018

Author(s):

Toshiyuki Mizuguchi, DDS, PhD Toshiyuki Mizuguchi, DDS, PhD
Professional experience

Mizuguchi dental clinic ,private practice. Suginamiku, Tokyo, Japan, 1992-present
Mizuguchi implant center Shinjuku ,privat...
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Questions & Comments
greg ganji - (5/1/2021 1:51 AM)

I’ve found the collagen ball technique to be extremely effective and kind to the patient, so I thank you for your ingenuity! Have you any seen success augmenting lost papillae with this technique?

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (4/25/2021 10:10 AM)

Dr.yosef I'm interesting SMART technique too. we should try to do minimum invasive surgical. I hope our technique develop more MI surgical.

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (4/25/2021 10:02 AM)

Dr.Fabio I'm so sorry but I didn't check my page so long time. Thank you for the nice comment.

yosef kowalsky - (1/11/2021 3:57 AM)

I attended Dr Ernesto lee S>M>A>R>T> technique course . He uses tunnel to gain BONE volume. I was thinking use osteogen plugs made into compact balls soaked in GEM21 and instead of soft tissue gain buccal bone volume . let me know what you think? Dr. Yosef Kowalsky dryossi07@gmail .com

Fabio Manuel Filannino - (1/18/2020 12:23 PM)

Very interesting technique, I've been using very compressed slices of collagen and open wound concept for tissues healing but never tried the ball technique. I will shortly and I'll keep you posted about the results. Thank you very much! You rock!

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (3/2/2019 1:42 PM)

Thank you Dr.Cameron Edwards. Good question! Yes! I do instruct my patients some points.”don’t push” “don’t touch this area” “don’t pull your lip,because the sutures tear. The pypical pain response is a same level of normally extraction.

Cameron Edwards - (3/1/2019 9:47 AM)

What an incredible technique!!! Dr. Toshiyuki, Do you recommend any special post-op instructions to your patients? What is the typical pain response following this procedure? Thank you!

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (1/24/2019 4:46 AM)

I want to thank all of the doctors who inquired about my tutorial. I wish you all the very best of luck with using it and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance.

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (1/17/2019 3:51 AM)

Thank you Dr.yosef kowalsky. I Administer penicillin after this operation for 3days. I do a partial thickness flap and sometime a full thickness flap. I don't feel the difference between partial and full.

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