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Ridge Split Procedure with Simultaneous Implant Placement

Description:
A ridge split procedure has been suggested in literature for increasing the bucco-lingual width of the alveolar ridge prior to implant placement. The procedure can be performed in one or two surgical appointments. It is usually combined with additional augmentation utilizing a bone substitute material and a collagen membrane. In this video Dr Kher demonstrates a ridge split procedure that has been facilitated using a piezo surgical device. Following that he places 2 implants for the proposed restoration of a missing maxillary canine and first bicuspid after preparing the ossteotomy site using expansion screws. Thereafter he uses a CPS putty to graft the gap between the implants to fill all voids and achieves a satisfactory tension free closure.

Date Added:
9/25/2014

Author(s):

Udatta Kher, BDS, MDS Udatta Kher, BDS, MDS
Dr. Udatta Kher practices in Mumbai which is focused towards Implant dentistry. He graduated from Government Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai in 199...
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Questions & Comments
ajay mootha - (9/15/2016 2:12 PM)

Excellent work Dr Kher. What kind of membrane you have used? Because sometimes they get infected and the site weeps for few days. thanks

UDATTA KHER - (12/23/2014 4:40 AM)

Thank you Bikramjit. Yaarob another horizontal cut at the apical region is not necessary. In fact it may lead to fracture of the fragment.. Ajay, usually for the maxilla you won't need to use a mallet. The bone is quite soft and can easily be manipulated. The manidibular ridge split procedure would need a second horizontal cut at the base which is a split thickness only invoking the cortical bone. That will enable better mobilisation of the segment of bone.

ajay mootha - (12/21/2014 1:28 PM)

what,s ur take on mandibular ridge split???????????

ajay mootha - (12/21/2014 1:27 PM)

great work n nicely executed, can we gentle tap on mallet with chisel to mobilise the split section?

yaarob sara - (11/18/2014 10:51 AM)

Do you use another horizontal cut apical (other than the crestal one)?

Bikramjit Sandhu - (10/25/2014 2:08 AM)

Excelent Presentation Dr Kher keep up the good work by sharing and enlightening us.... Dr Bikramjit Sandhu

UDATTA KHER - (10/20/2014 1:04 PM)

Thank you Francois. It is a simple hand bely Sony camcorder. Thanks Atish.

Atish Muchhala - (10/20/2014 3:49 AM)

Excellent work Sir...

Fran├žois Blackburn - (10/1/2014 7:45 PM)

i like you presentation, what video camera are you using for that

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