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The Role of Autogenous Bone Plates In Critical Size Defects

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A critical size defect is one that will not heal spontaneously and requires further surgical intervention to correct the situation. Those defects outside the normal scope of work also need that extra something to achieve an ideal result. Autogenous bone plates using the split bone block technique (SBBT) is one of those techniques that allows one to achieve outstanding results. This lecture will look at the benefits of autogenous bone over synthetic materials and compare solid blocks to SBBT to determine the best treatment options. The management and decision-making tree are comprehensively covered to allow the clinician to develop a structured workflow to help plan and execute these techniques. Tips and tricks will be discussed as well as indications and contraindications. The new technique of bone bending will also be shared as other exciting topics.

Date Added:
11/30/2022

Author(s):

Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD
Dr Gluckman completed his dental training at the university of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990. After spending a number of years in a general practice he complete...
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Questions & Comments
Howard Gluckman - (12/1/2022 2:58 AM)

Thanks for the kind words gentlement

Howard Gluckman - (12/1/2022 2:58 AM)

Farhan a good question. Xenograft never becomes bone and does nothing other than slow the process of healing. If I add Xeno then I need to wait the 6-9 months for healing and it adds no value. the scaffold you mention is not necessary as the bone turnover is so fast with the bone chips as shown by Burchardt et al. The whole purpose of this bone is to get the best bone quality and fast. Xeno will reduce the speed of bone turnover and will give you a poorer quality of bone.

Yaron Miller - (11/18/2022 12:58 PM)

Great presentation Howie. Not sure the audience knew what gooi meant, but I had a god laugh.

Fadi Abou Al Fadel - (11/14/2022 12:04 PM)

amazing lecture thanks.

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (11/7/2022 8:20 PM)

Membranes are not used in khoury SBBT Technique and only autogenic bone chips are used in between

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (11/6/2022 10:03 AM)

Excellent Presentation but a question dr Gluckman Why not mix xenograft with autogenous bone chips in between cortical plates? Slow turnover rate of the xenograft gives better volume of bone formation as its acts as scaffold as there is faster resorption of autogenous bone chips. And is there no need of titanium reinforced membrane for vertical augmentation? SORRY MY CORRECTION OF EARLIER COMMENT

Bernardo Mira Correa - (11/6/2022 7:33 AM)

Awesome presentation Howie! Truly an A to Z wrap up on SBBT for critical sized effects management!

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