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Extraction, Bone Graft and Simultaneous Implant

Description:
An extraction of the left central incisor followed by a simultaneous bone graft and implant.

Date Added:
11/6/2007

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
mansour mirzaie - (1/12/2012 12:25 PM)

thanks Dr.salama.just a question came up for me,in one of the videos on dentalxp I saw one of our colleges put prgf in a fresh socket right after the extraction without inserting any bone material in it , checking it after 4 months and he had very good amount of bone .I saw a good quantity of bone and asked him about the quality ,but did not get any answer.supposing that it is in quality and quality couldn't we utilize this Technic in cases like this ?thanks a lot and good luck.

Eddie Salama - (12/11/2011 1:23 PM)

FARHAN You can always check his course schedule at his expert page. http://dentalxp.com/xperts/msalama April in particular he has one in Las Vegas, May in Atlanta. Thanks

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (12/11/2011 9:58 AM)

DEAR DR SALAMA THANKS FOR EXCELLENT PRESENTATION SIR I AM FROM INDIA ,WILL BE COMING TO USA IN APRIL IS IT POSSIBLE TO LEARN SOMETHING FROM YOU IN MONTH OF APRIL AND MAY?

Maurice Salama - (7/23/2009 9:51 AM)

Travis;
Yes, the case was completed at the end of 2007. We will find the slides and incorporate it into a follow-up.
This is a challenge for the entire site as it gets larger. Follow-up on older cases. We are hopeful to be able to provide the follow-ups over the next several months. Keep an eye out and thanks for the post.
Maurice

Travis Epperson - (7/22/2009 10:17 PM)

Was this proceedure done in 2007? Is there a followup video posted yet? Thank you,

Maurice Salama - (6/28/2009 12:44 PM)

Cyndi;

Yes, you can use the fibrin instead of a collagen barrier. It resorbs in 3-4 weeks so if you require a longer membrane function you may want to add a collagen barrier in addition to the fibrin. Yes, I sometimes use autologous bone chips mixed with the PRGF. It works just as well.
Keep postin'.

Cyndi Nguyen - (6/26/2009 3:43 AM)

Hello Maurice, my BTI machine will be arriving next week. Could you use the layers of the fibrin as a barrier in the place of a collagen resobable membrane? Did you use any autologous bone or just MinerOss/BioOss?

Maurice Salama - (2/25/2009 9:28 AM)

Chris and XP Member 292;
The cost of this PRGF procedure would be in a range of $14-$28 per patient depending on the amount of blood used either 20cc or 40cc.
As for the Calcium Chloride that we add as an activator for the PRGF, we use 2 drops for every 4 titrations.
It's important to know that this is PRGF (sold by BTI and can be found on the products page of this site for more information), a protocol developed by a fellow Xpert Dr. Eduardo Anitua and not PRP from Harvest.
I've had much success with this product and have found it to be extremely user friendly.

Chris Smith - (2/24/2009 1:58 AM)

Hello Maurice,

to develop the fibrin membrane, what percentage of calcium chloride is added to the prp.

Thanks,

Chris

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