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Sonic WeldとBMP-2による上顎前歯部重度欠損症例のボーンオグメンテーション

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このビデオでは、上顎前歯部の重度Type3の垂直骨欠損症例の診断と治療をお送りします。臨床ビデオとアニメーションで、Sonic Weldのテクニックと新しい強固な吸収性PLA(ポリ乳酸)メンブレンの使用方法をお見せします。欠損部分の掻爬、PLAピンの固定とメッシュの形成などの術式に重点をおいています。さらに、BMP-2とMinerossを50:50で用いてのグラフト、減張縫合、早期の治癒状態などもお見せします。

Date Added:
2/16/2013

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
Maurice Salama - (6/11/2015 10:44 AM)

Filipe; Thank you. This patient moved to another city and had his implant placed there. I have not yet received the images yet. Thanks Maurice

filipe lopes - (6/11/2015 5:21 AM)

Love the technique. Is it possible to see further treatment of this case? Filipe Lopes.

Maurice Salama - (6/10/2015 6:18 PM)

Michael; Yes, see you in Boston next month. Too bad you could not join us in Synergy in Orlando this week. I did not weld the lingual to the labial PLLA membranes. I did them independently and then placed a resorbable collagen barrier over the top as a "BOX" technique. This is a standard process. Thanks for your question and interest. regards Dr. Salama

michael melkers - (6/10/2015 11:47 AM)

Just found this video and looking into Sonicweld-great case! Question-with the lingual membrane, did you weld the lingual membrane to facial membrane or over the pins? I am looking forward to Boston next month!

Maurice Salama - (12/3/2013 1:08 PM)

Pravin and r t; We do not need to remove the pins and we do place either a pericardium membrane or CTG over the top. Thanks Dr. Salama

r t - (12/3/2013 12:40 PM)

hi,looks very nice
did you put prf or a membrane on top the rigid martin barrier?
thanks
rt

pravin jayachandran - (3/28/2013 11:44 AM)

Maurice: 1. Do we have to remove this sonic weld pins 2.what is this material clear mesh made of? 3.What is the difference between ti mesh and sonic weld mesh?

Maurice Salama - (3/14/2013 8:22 PM)

Tatyana; I placed the bone graft which was BMP-2 mixed 50:50 with Mineralized irradiated bone particles and then set the PLA membrane over the bone graft. Hope that helps. Dr. Salama

Tatyana Seregina - (3/14/2013 5:03 PM)

but in your presentation implant was placed and covered by Resorb-x membrane?

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