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

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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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Clinical Cases

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FAQ

Can the use of a membrane interfere with the initial neovascularization and neo-osteogenesis during the first post-surgical days?

The use of membranes inhibits soft tissue proliferation above the bone cement. It blocks the periosteum and impairs its osteoprogenerativity. In addition, if membranes are used, traditional bone augmentation rules such as tension-free flaps, and primary closure must be followed.

Can membranes be used with biphasic calcium sulfate?

With Augma bone graft cement, there is no need for membranes. The cement can set and harden in situ. As such, it acts as a graft and a barrier at the same time. The exceptional biocompatibility and bacteriostatic nature of calcium sulfate provide a synergic matrix for soft tissue to proliferate safely and rapidly. Hence, invasive surgery is not needed to gain a tension-free flap, nor for primary closure, which is not mandatory. Placing a membrane above the material delays the healing and forces traditional invasive surgical protocols to be performed, and thus, also exposes the patient to all known traditional complications.

Can Augma bone graft cement be used at sinus floor augmentation when the residual bone is less than 2-4 mm?

Augma Bone Graft Cement can be used for lateral approach sinus lift as described in the protocols.

Continuous sutures often tend to become loose. What alternative can be used?

It is recommended to add additional simple interrupted sutures.

What types of sutures are recommended?

Sutures can be resorbable or nonresorbable. If resorbable sutures are used, avoid fast resorbable sutures that resorb in less than two weeks, such as the Chromic Gut. When using nonresorbable sutures, they should be taken out 10-14 days post-op.

Is the ‘brushing technique’ recommended to release the soft tissue without vertical incisions?

This technique is not recommended.

Can soft tissue grafting be performed before bone grafting if the tissue phenotype is thin?

Soft tissue grafting can be performed in this case.