Education

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Online Course

All the necessary information to smoothly transition to Augma bone cement.

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Webinars

Watch ABCA webinars and get complementary CE credits.
 
 
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Protocols 

Learn the protocols that are changing the concept of traditional bone grafting.
 
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Clinical Cases

A range of clinical cases by ABCA Bone Cement Experts. Sinus Lift, Lateral Augmentation, Socket Grafting, and more.

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Clinical Support

Fill up the clinical case support form and one of ABCA Bone Cement Experts will contact you shortly 

 

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Clinical Literature

Review, critical assessment and evaluation of research studies on Bone Cement.


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BCS

Biphasic Calcium Sulfate as 2nd generation technological breakthrough in the long history of CS bone regeneration

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FAQ

Do you have a question about Bone Cements? your answer is probably here.
 
 
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The Logic Behind

Why flap with tension? Why no membranes? How come maximal closure is acceptable?                                                                               

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Intro Course

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Augma Bond Apatite® Intro Course

The course is aimed to provide all the necessary information to smoothly transition to Augma bone cement from traditional grafting and shorten the learning curve to minimal.

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Webinars

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Dr. Stéphane Berg – Sinus Lift – 1 CE

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Dr. Amos Yahav – Lateral Ridge Augmentation – 2 CE

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Dr. Amos Yahav – Socket Preservation – 1 CE

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FAQ

Can PRF be used with Augma bone graft cement?

There is no need for PRF. Soft tissue healing is optimal due to the characteristics of the material and its high ability to promote angiogenesis. Use of PRF as a membrane over exposed augma bone graft cement may not provide an adequate barrier to prevent material wash out. Using PRF to mix in with Augma bone graft cement interferes with proper bone graft cement matrix formation and detracts from bone regeneration results.

Can Augma bone graft cement be mixed with autogenous bone particles to improve the result?

There is no need, as Augma bone graft cement is a bioactive material that dissolves and facilitates the formation of a new bone.  In case a clinician insists on creating a composite graft with autogenous particles, it can be done only with 3D Bone  (according to the specific protocol).

It is not recommended to mix autogenous particulate with Bone Apatite, which is already a pre-made composite graft. Please note that the key to success with Augma  Bond Apatite bone graft cement is the cohesive biphasic calcium sulfate matrix that is formed when the cement is activated placed and pressed in to place. The continuity of the matrix is of paramount importance. The introduction of other and unrelated particulate matter interfere with matrix formation and the bone regeneration potential of Augma bone graft cement.

Can Augma bone graft cement be mixed with FDBA?

There is no need to mix Bond Apatite® with other grafts since it is a pre-made composite graft. If one chooses to make their own made cocktail, 1cc 3D Bond can be mixed with any particles of other grafts according to the mixing protocol.

The key to success with Augma Bond Apatite bone graft is the cohesive biphasic calcium sulfate matrix that is formed when the cement is activated placed and pressed in to place. The continuity of the matrix is of paramount importance. Introduction of other and unrelated particulate matter interfere with matrix formation and the bone regeneration potential of Augma bone graft cement.

Is it recommended to perforate the socket walls with a bur to stimulate bleeding?

No direct socket drilling is recommended. Augma Bone Graft Cement is bioactive and pulls in resources from the surrounding circulation, which usually exists in the socket walls.

Is it recommended to decorticate the bone before placing Augma bone graft cement?

Decortication prior to placing Augma Bone Graft Cement is recommended in cases where there is a thick cortical plate. The decortication osteotomies should penetrate the entire cortex to reach the medullary bone.