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Ridge Expansion, GBR & Meshes: Decision Making in Clinical Practice

Description:
A variety of bone augmentation procedures are currently available at use to the clinician. Techniques of variable complexity can essentially yield favorable results. The choice of technique to utilize however, is often based on defect site presentation and operator comfort level. This presentation will focus on the use of ridge expansion, guided bone regeneration (GBR), and titanium mesh. Merits and indications of each technique will be discussed, and clinical cases will be presented that showcase the decision making process involved in treatment planning.

Date Added:
4/1/2020

Author(s):

Ehab Moussa, DDS Ehab Moussa, DDS
Dr Ehab Moussa graduated with a bachelors degree of dental surgery (BDS) in 2009 from faculty of dentistry, Alexandria university, Egypt. He then completed a ...
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Questions & Comments
Hatem Alassy - (7/5/2020 7:52 PM)

Good presentation, Thanks.

karim chaddad - (4/15/2020 6:29 PM)

Great presentations Dr. Moussa. very good review of the literature and the indications for the use of each technique in different clinical situations. thanks again for this excellent job.

hiszam kassem - (4/12/2020 2:48 AM)

Very nice lecture.I like your excellent presentation.Thanks very much

ricardo auer - (4/9/2020 2:49 PM)

Excellent

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (4/6/2020 11:30 AM)

excellent presentation

Chris Lee - (4/1/2020 4:04 AM)

Excellent. Really appreciated this. CL.

Jaroslaw Wrobel - (4/17/2019 8:15 AM)

I saw this lecture live and was very impressed by your presentation. Thank you very much for sharing it here.

Fadi Hasan - (1/28/2019 5:50 PM)

Great presentation Ehab and outstanding results!!

Kastytis Zymantas - (1/20/2019 9:54 PM)

Wonderful synopsis of techniques. Thanks

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