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Innovative Technique for Ridge Augmentation Using SonicWeld RX Rigid Resorbable Barrier System - Part 5 of 5

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In this fifth of a 5 part series, Dr. Gerhard Iglhaut describes the science as well as the step-by-step techniques for utilizing an innovative new resorbable rigid membrane and fixation system for ridge augmentation. This approach utilizes the Resorb-X polymer as a totally new method of craniomaxillofacial applications which consists of pure poly D, L-lactic acid (PDLLA) to isolate an osseous defect for guided bone regeneration (GBR). The advantages result from achieving an extremely stable and space preserving membrane for GBR.

Date Added:
5/2/2011

Author(s):

Gerhard Michael Iglhaut, DDS Gerhard Michael Iglhaut, DDS
Dr. Iglhaut completed his degree in dentistry in 1982 at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Germany. He worked as a scientific assistant in the department of Oral Surger...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (7/14/2013 8:43 AM)

Nicolas; Yes, these products are available in Europe. Click directly on the KLS Martin Link from the Left side of the screen or the Product Page to find out more. Dr. Salama

Nicolas Aronna - (7/14/2013 8:23 AM)

Are the KLS products authorized to be sold in Europe? I live in Spain and unfortunately here the restrictions are too strict... Thanks

Danny O'Keefe - (10/18/2012 12:16 PM)

Great, even if I don't treat I will know what can be and what to expect

BORNA RASHIDISANGSARY - (6/27/2012 9:22 AM)

Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect. "Vince Lombardi" Thank you for your perfect presentation Dr. Iglhaut

Maria Rios - (3/8/2012 10:01 AM)

Very good presentation. Now I have to watch the other 4parts Dr Maria O. Rios

Samuel Hyatt - (12/10/2011 4:43 AM)

no video is available

joakim aslanidis - (9/14/2011 11:34 AM)

phantastic presentation!!!

Matt Hauck - (5/9/2011 6:03 PM)

From Dr. Iglhaut: the name of the ozon device is OzonytronX, the new version Ozonix. Please visit the website: http://www.biozonix.de

Matt Hauck - (5/9/2011 4:12 PM)

I will ask Dr. Iglhaut about the Ozone treatment - I don't think it is available in the US, but it is available in Germany.

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