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サイナスオグメンテーションの重要要件-アクセスとグラフト材の選択肢

Description:
サイナスフロア分析において重要なことは、どのスタイルのアプローチが患者に適しているかを決定することである。クレスタル、ラテラルアクセステクニックについて話され、サイナスメンブレンパーフォレーションを防ぐアクセステクニックを促す脳神経外科的なドリルシステムが取り上げられる。また、キーとなる器具の使用や生体活性修飾因子、PRGF、線維素についても、ボーングラフティング、サイナスアクセスの密封においてのその効果とともに話される。

Date Added:
7/26/2012

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
byron scott - (12/19/2015 7:14 PM)

Excellent presentation.

tahere pourseyediyan - (8/19/2015 1:44 PM)

Thank you for great presentation

Richard Stanley - (8/7/2014 11:07 PM)

Excellet as always. Very clean porceudre and and that should be usable by most clinicials. Thank you for trianing and inspiriing so many in ways that we have not been able to lean in the past.

Maurice Salama - (3/29/2014 9:56 AM)

Seongryeol Kim and Agnieszka Milbauer; Thanks for the kind words. Yes, perforation of the sinus membrane is a significant issue if bone graft material is then pushed through into the Sinus which is the #1 cause of failure and post op infection. Dr. Salama

Seongryeol Kim - (3/28/2014 9:33 PM)

Dr Salama. It was nice to meet you in person at Cancun mexico Mar 2014.

Seongryeol Kim - (3/28/2014 9:32 PM)

What are the consequences of perforation of the membranes if not repaired? Is there educational course for revisionary surgery for failed sinus graft?

Agnieszka Milbauer - (5/14/2013 6:14 AM)

Just started doing my own sinus lifts. This video is invaluable help. Thank you Dr Salama Simon Milbauer

George Evans - (4/12/2013 3:25 PM)

As a member of aacd, I thought I was a premium member

FRANCISCO CUMINETTI - (2/4/2013 8:51 AM)

Me gustaria saber ya que no hablo ingles pero algo entiendo si se pueden traducir los videos al espanol, me sale la opcion pero no me lo traduce .Mas alla de esto cuando esta la presencia de la arteria lo hace con el piezoelectrico y el kit de fresas se puede comprar yo soy de Argentina o las trefinas que usa el Dr Lee para realizar esta tecnica.

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