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A Microsurgical Approach in Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting in Post Extraction Sockets

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Minimally invasive surgery has demanded us to develop innovative tools and techniques and instruments to reduce postoperative complications and enhance faster and better healing in regeneration and reconstruction in hard and soft tissue grafting , especially in the esthetic zone. This case report shows the use of microsurgical approach and intervention to reconstruct the post extraction socket and the soft tissue around it.

Date Added:
6/13/2014

Author(s):

Bassam F.  Rabie, BDS Bassam F. Rabie, BDS
Dr. Bassam F. Rabie

    Became a Prosthodontist in Pittsburgh, USA 1997
    Fellow American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics - 1998
    Fell...
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Questions & Comments
robert d'orazio - (5/13/2015 7:51 PM)

very interesting presentation and explanations. thank you

ABDUSALAM ALEMALI - (8/8/2014 4:25 PM)

thank u, my teacher as u tough me in the course exactly. great presentation, explanation,and work of course.

mahmoud shalash805 - (7/15/2014 3:24 PM)

Thanks for sharing..like other colleagues have mentioned would love to see the PO.How would the results compare to other non-invasive techniques for socket grafting? Does subjecting the patient to the trauma and morbidity of two donor sites in addition to that at the extraction site provide any added benefit? Thanks

Bassam Rabie - (6/21/2014 11:12 PM)

Edison Thanks for the comments . You can use PRF to seal the socket and get great results. The palatal free gingival graft to seal the socket gives more height of the crestal gums and creates a suitable environment for implant placement. Yes you can use only allograft bone mixed with the acellular fibrin glue and you will get similar results, the only difference is that cortical autogenic bone contains BMP. THANKS

Edison Louie - (6/21/2014 10:27 PM)

Dr. Rabie, could you also eliminate the palatal harvesting by using L-PRF membrane solely to provide the barrier for primary closure? How far can you "push" the L-PRF membrane to accomplish the primary closure?

Edison Louie - (6/21/2014 10:20 PM)

Nicely detailed presentation of your surgical procedure. I,too, would like to see the definitive healed case with radiographs and clinical pictures. Would one expect to see the same results with the L-PRF mixed with allograft bone particles and thereby eliminating the second surgical site?

Mohammad Khandaqji - (6/20/2014 12:16 AM)

Thank you.

Andrew Gabriel - (6/18/2014 11:14 PM)

Very nice surgical approach.. skillful hands.

Bassam Rabie - (6/17/2014 12:19 AM)

Thanks to all of you my friends. Hope to see many of you at dental xp symposium miami

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