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Fresh Frozen Allograft Bone Plus Bone Marrow Aspiration as a NEW Alternative to Autogenous Bone Augmentation - Part 1 of 2

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The lecture describes the behaviour of autogenous bone, how to handle it, its major indications and several challenging cases will be presented. In addition the peculiarities of Fresh Frozen Allograft Bone will be will thoroughly described, as the advantages of adding bone marrow aspiration.

Date Added:
6/4/2015

Author(s):

Dr. Juan Alberto Fernandez Ruiz Dr. Juan Alberto Fernandez Ruiz
DR. JUAN ALBERTO FERNÁNDEZ RUIZ

Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery from 1990 to 1996 by the University of Navarra

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Questions & Comments
Jorge Campos - (6/9/2015 8:02 AM)

Berto, I like very much this presentation! I´ve seen at the JTI at Madrid where you really impressed us with this cases. Thanks for giving us the oportunity to re-watch and have as a landmark!. Jorge.

Daniel Moreno - (6/7/2015 5:05 AM)

Dear doctor, my compliments, is a fantastic presentation on the basis of bone remodeling after tooth extractions, it is an issue that all dentists should be perfectly clear but apparently my experience is that it is not. The Clinical cases you've shared are great. I think that the Fresh Frozen Bone is a fantastic option. I think the use of fresh frozen bone is a great treatment option in cases where we need large bone grafts and even small grafts and in this way reduce postoperative symptoms for the patient. Thank you very much for showing us both, a big hug from Murcia my friend.

Maurice Salama - (6/6/2015 10:53 AM)

With large Defects when you go to iliac crest would you still use Fresh Frozen bone as well to provide the cortical scaffold? This is so intriguing. Do you manage the flap any differently? PRe-op and post-op meds and protocols for patient management and suture removal etc. etc. Thanks my friend. regards Maurice

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (6/5/2015 4:59 PM)

Sorry for the delay in answering. Very good questions, al always,. 1.- For me is quite clear. When i started using allograft, i felt enthusiastic, but some problems occurred, not big ones, but... then i came back to autogenous bon,since 15 years my first treatment option in cases of bone deficiency. But i met Dr. Esteban Castán and then started working and changing protocol, of course i bibliographic review and soon i understood that something else should be added, that is BMA (Bone marrow aspiration). Nowadays FFB+BMA is the first option in cases of moderate to severe bone loss. But in extreme cases i still use iliac crest, but only the bone marrow, using a minimally invasive procedure. The whole cortical scaffold comes from the allograft . 2.- in Europe the are very common, regional Tissue banks, they supply to hospital: blood, corneas, organs,....But i dont know the situation in US, sorry. But i will try to find out.

Maurice Salama - (6/4/2015 8:20 PM)

This is the future of bioengineering. How would you position this procedure against other Regenerative approaches. When would you consider this method. Where can one find a tissue bank that provides similar fresh frozen bone? Many thanks. Maurice

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