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Management of The Critical Size Defect; New Age Tools and Techniques

Description:
This presentation highlights the placement of 2 implants in a large 3D Vertical & Horizontal defect in the anterior maxilla. The defect is treated by utilizing a mix of autogenous bone harvested using Auto-bone collector and cortical-cancellous particulate Allograft. The mix is then secured by a customized 3D pre-formed titanium membrane followed by "labial contour" augmentation of the defect which is then secured by a rigid absorbable collagen membrane to create and maintain space. This will protect the graft and help stabilize the blood clot during the critical healing time. This membrane is fixed by bone tacks for stability. The final results showing good healing of the soft and hard tissues is displayed.

Date Added:
10/30/2013

Author(s):

Ehab Rashed, B.Sc, B.D.S, MSc.Oral impl. Dipl. Dental Impl. Ehab Rashed, B.Sc, B.D.S, MSc.Oral impl. Dipl. Dental Impl.
Dr. Ehab Rashed is an Emirati dental surgeon with over 24 years of experience in Dentistry. He obtained his Bachelors in Oral Surgery and Dental Medicine f...
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Questions & Comments
Mouhamad Ahmad - (11/9/2017 11:52 AM)

thank you

Terry Chang - (11/25/2014 12:41 AM)

Ronni Deniger, that is SmartBuiler from Hiossen (Osstem)

Samir AL-heshem - (9/17/2014 10:09 AM)

Very nice work Dr.

Ronni Deniger - (4/6/2014 4:35 PM)

What is the name of the slow resorbing membrane ad where can you buy it?

Ronnie Deniger DDS

Tomislav Domić - (3/16/2014 10:33 AM)

Hi Dr.Ehab,
very nice lecture and simple to understnd presentation.

Dr.Domic

Osama Abdel Qader - (2/22/2014 9:02 AM)

very nice planning and executing

loughsala lozhal376 - (11/18/2013 4:01 AM)

Very good demonstration, thanks and I will send you all informations soon

Ehab Rashed - (11/4/2013 5:16 PM)

Adeel i need to over augment so i measured extra 3 mm so after remodeling will have 3 mm on buccal side .. l did 50-50 mix

Ehab Rashed - (11/4/2013 5:12 PM)

thanks Anupam... i gained 4 mm buccal 2 mm vertical

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