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The Roll Technique in Soft Tissue Augmentation with Implants

Description:
In this surgical video, a modified roll technique is utilized for labial augmentation of an anterior implant at the time of uncovering. Incision design, de-epithelialization, tunnel flap on labial and suturing is described. Post-op results are included.

Date Added:
2/11/2015

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Abdulkarim Salem - (1/21/2021 2:48 PM)

Thank you . It added to me .

Maurice Salama - (12/2/2015 9:31 AM)

Alireza; I am unsure if this is the same material. Some form of hemostatic bandage is all you require. Simon, I only include the papilla in the incision when it requires height. regards Dr. Salama

Alireza Norouzali - (12/2/2015 7:01 AM)

Dear dr.Salama. Is gelfoam the same as Gelatamp from Colten?

Agnieszka Milbauer - (8/27/2015 5:23 PM)

Great presentation. I saw this technique with a different incision design - papillae saving instead of involving papillae as you present. Is it a safer approach? Simon Milbauer

Maurice Salama - (8/27/2015 1:33 PM)

Thanks David Garber....you are the one who taught me, and Leonard who taught you....TRADITION!!! regards Mo

David Garber - (8/27/2015 11:18 AM)

Mo GREAT APPLICATION OF TRIED &TESTED TECHNIQUE ; BEAUTIFULLY EXECUTED AND EXPLAINED It is amazing to think that this technique was taught to us both by Dr Abrams about 30 years age and he hadn't even placed an implant- - It was the Original Ridge Augmentation Procedure for bridge pontics ! - - now almost essential for implant uncovering or at times even at placement Thanks , nice teaching . .

Maurice Salama - (8/27/2015 10:08 AM)

Kevin; Yes, horizontal mattress and anchor sutures were used. Did not engage gelfoam just go over it with compression suture. regards Dr. Salama

kevin potocsky - (8/27/2015 8:28 AM)

it looks like your palatal suture is horizontal mattress. do you go thru the gelfoam to secure it? or just the palatal tissue and compress it? wont it fall out that way?

Maurice Salama - (5/29/2015 12:21 PM)

Mirna; See the link for the San Diego Hands-on below. you may also reach us at info@dentalxp.com. http://www.dentalxp.com/ContinuingEducationCourse.aspx?a=251

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