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サイナスオグメンテーション-現在と未来のトレンドPart2

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In this second of a 2-part series of presentations, Dr. Ziv Mazor details the latest innovations in sinus augmentation. Specifically, Dr. Mazor pays special focus to new materials and techniques such as the use of Plasma Rich Fibrin (PRF) and the balloon technique.

Date Added:
6/1/2010

Author(s):

Ziv Mazor, DMD Ziv Mazor, DMD
Prof. Ziv Mazor is one of Israel’s leading periodontists. He graduated from the periodontal department at the Hadassah School for Dental Medicine in Jerusalem...
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Questions & Comments
FARHAN DURRANI492 - (7/22/2012 3:28 PM)

minimal invasive balloon technique ,where to buy the kits for that method,sir can you tell how to expand the narrow ridges?

ashok gowda - (4/22/2011 4:25 PM)

Dr.Ziv, its very informative for a fresher like me, keep posting, thank you.

Ziv Mazor - (10/20/2010 12:12 AM)

Michel,
The balloon is used once for an individual patient.If the osteotomy is clean(and the screw tap is used to clean all bone spicules in the osteotmy)than there is no balloon rapture.
The balloon is manufactured in Israel and is sold after taking a course.It will be available in the US in a couple of months.

Michel Maltais - (10/17/2010 8:59 PM)

Thank you very much for these procedures part 1 and 2. Would it be possible to get the selling name or trade mark for the Balloon device as mentioned below? You mentioned the advantages of the balloon technique but how often the balloon is used (I would assume once only)? What is the chance that the balloon break when inflating it and what happen when it does to the sinus membrane?

muhammad siddiqui - (6/6/2010 3:26 PM)

Very informative & helpful for reducing complications of the procedure.

Vijay Kumar - (6/1/2010 5:11 AM)

sir, thank you very much for giving information about the use of prf for sinus augmentation.

Vijay Kumar - (6/1/2010 5:11 AM)

sir, thank you very much for giving information about the use of prf for sinus augmentation.

Philip Kroll - (5/31/2010 9:44 PM)

Part one:good review. Part two: very informative.

DENNIS SEVEL710 - (5/31/2010 12:48 PM)

THE USE OF ONLY PRF IN THE SINUS WITHOUT ANY GRAFTING MATERIAL SEEMS TO BE AN ENORMOUS BREAKTHROUGH. WONDERING IF IT WILL SPEED UP THE FORMATION OF NEW BONE AS OPPOSED TO TRADITIONAL GRAFT MATERIALS.AS USUAL A WONDERFUL AND INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION Dr Mazor.

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