Instructional Video – Socket Grafting without Flap Reflections – Wound Dressing Protocol

No need to raise a flap. Extract the tooth and prepare the socket for grafting. Eject the cement into the socket. Press firmly over the cement for 3 seconds using dry sterile unfolded gauze and finger pressure followed by another 3-second press with

Sinus & Horizontal Total Maxillary Augmentation

This video shows a full arch rehabilitation with bilateral open sinus lift.

Prosthetic Preservation, GBR with Bond Apatite

nt is a 72 year old female smoker with poor hygiene,. The treatment plan includes a complete denture in the upper jaw, as well as a complete denture in the lower jaw stabilized by two anterior implants. A provisional denture will be placed in the upper and lower jaw during the healing process.

Sinus Lift with Immediate Implant Placement

The patient presented with a lack of teeth for chewing in the 2nd quadrant, a destroyed tooth #24 (12) with an apical cyst, and a lack of aesthetics when they smiled.

Expert Panel – Full Arch Rehabilitation with Bone Cements

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Expert Panel – Lateral Ridge Augmentation with Augma

In this panel 4 Augma bone cement experts will cover lateral augmentation clinical cases with thorough explanations, useful tips and address questions from clinicians. Experts in the panel: Dr. Michael Katzap, USA Dr. Stephane BERG, France Dr. José Camelo Ferreira,

Dr. Amos Yahav – Lateral Ridge Augmentation

Lateral augmentation procedures for the expansion of narrow bone ridges pose complex challenges for the clinician. First, traditional augmentation techniques require extensive knowledge and experience due to the instability of existing bone grafting materials at the implant site. The more

Dr. Amos Yahav – Socket Grafting with Bone Cements

Socket grafting should be an indispensable part of our daily routine practice for obtaining optimal implant placement and proper functional and aesthetic rehabilitation. Nevertheless, many sockets are left non-grafted after extraction, owing to the complexity and cumbersomeness of traditional grafting

Augmentation After the Removal of Failed Implants

A 60 years old. Came in to consult for implant treatment from tooth #23 (11) to #27 (15). Scans showed a large bone deficiency in close proximity to the sinus floor.

Extraction, Immediate Placement & Socket Preservation with Bond Apatite®

treatment of #37 (18) and extraction of #36 (19) due to deep periodontal pocket with active secretion and furcation involvement. The tooth was extracted atraumatically, and an implant was placed centrally, relying on the septum.

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