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Making Effective Surgical Guides

Description:
In this short video, Dr. Kazemi discusses one of the common mistakes in fabrication of implant surgical guides and criteria for an 'effective' surgical guide.

Date Added:
8/27/2012

Author(s):

H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD
Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. He is the founder and CEO of Kazemi Oral Surgery & Dental Implants and maintains a full time ora...
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Questions & Comments
Hamid Kazemi - (2/21/2021 10:58 AM)

Close to a decade since I posted this video on how to make effective implant surgical guides, we can all agree much as changed and 'analog' surgical guides are simply inaccurate and inadequate in today's implant dentistry. While the suggestions on this video are truly outdated, I've decided to leave it here as a reminder of our evolution in thinking towards total digital planning and fabrication of computer-assisted and designed surgical guides giving us total control for 3-D positioning of implants.

Aly Sergie64 - (10/14/2012 8:22 PM)

While there are some good points in the first 1-2 minutes, this should not be offered as a course. It is simply incomplete.

Haitham Alaa - (9/30/2012 3:59 AM)

please we need detailed vedio of fabrication of surgical guide with cone beam C.T

Kirk Rathburn - (9/9/2012 9:20 AM)

To simple a video. Please beef it up in the future

Hamid Kazemi - (9/6/2012 9:05 AM)

Thank you for your feedback. I will be following up with a short video on how to fabricate 'quick' in office guides for simple cases. But you can watch the following video link on how to make imaging guides, which is essentially the same process and describes one technique. Here is the link: www.facialart.com/videos/fabrication-of-cbct-imaging-guides/ For single teeth replacement, I commonly use a thermoguide- EZ Stent (from Applied Dental). On a cast, you prepare the exact implant position and trajectory according to occlusion, place a pin from the kit, soften the material in hot water (until turns clear) and place it on the guide pin while conforming the material over adjacent teeth. Once cooled off, it will turn white again and becomes more solid. For more complex occlusions or multiple teeth, I simply send it to a lab for wax up and acrylic guide and request a 2.0 or 2.3 mm sleeve in the precise position. I hope this is helpful.

Ahmed Al Abbadi - (9/4/2012 2:47 PM)

can you please show us how to fabricate it :)

Leonard Nelwan - (9/3/2012 7:37 PM)

wider hole in the plastic surgical guide will allow us to ajust the inclination of the bur with the acceptable implant position. my opinion, this guide is more simple for compromise alveolar bone.

Fernando Pessoa - (8/30/2012 3:21 PM)

I was hoping to learn how to actually make them.

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