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審美ゾーンでの骨再構築のトレンド

Description:
Dr. Mike Pikos will present the technological advances needed to create the all-important bone scaffold for optimal tissue aesthetics. Evaluation with Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) will be highlighted as well as the use of a computer generated surgical guide for accurate implant placement. Labial bone augmentation techniques will be presented, including the utilization of rhBMP-2/ACS.

Date Added:
2/19/2012

Author(s):
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Online Videos / Surgery / Bone Grafting / Emerging Trends in Esthetic Zone Bone Reconstruction




Questions & Comments
saadou khalaf - (11/18/2012 3:48 AM)

very nice presentation < thanks

Maurice Salama - (5/25/2012 10:06 AM)

Mike does a great job providing multiple solutions for difficult clinical scenarios involving bone augmentation. Yes, excellent presentation.

jeffrey puglese - (5/24/2012 10:46 PM)

excellent presentation and very in formative

Richard Conner - (3/26/2012 8:23 PM)

I am a member of AACD and suposed to be a premium member why am I having such a hard time loging in?

Raul Cameras - (2/27/2012 8:07 PM)

Thank you I enjoyed your presentation, So I have a question. What is the cone-beam make and model tha you use?

Willem van der Heijden - (2/24/2012 11:59 AM)

Outstanding and vivid presentation, again I learned a lot

Maurice Salama - (2/23/2012 11:41 PM)

Alper; As Ti-mesh has a very high rate of early exposure especially in thin tissue types, this is a great question. If there is no infection, often exposed titanium can be maintained until adequate time has been established for bone ingrowth. Also, Ti-mesh harder to remove as it gets incorporated into flap. This is one reason why so many are looking for resorbable options. Dr. Salama

alper gultekin - (2/23/2012 5:31 PM)

Nice presentation. What is your treatment protocol for early exposure titanium mesh? Thanks..

warda amer450 - (2/23/2012 1:05 PM)

very good

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