Implant placement begins before the extraction stage. Most of the time, dentists are discovering the extent of bone loss during the extraction stage. If nothing is done at this stage, biological healing will leave a gap in the bone, which is challenging to manage.
Guided Bone Regeneration is the solution for ridge preservation as it enables avoiding narrow ridges, complete bone loss, significant loss of width, and keeping a useful height.
The choice of bone graft cement offers the ability to regain bone loss and maintain the width of the ridge while using no membrane, no screws, no pins, and leaving the site free.
Following the right protocol enables the clinician to regain the cortical plate and to perform an optimal implant placement in the regenerated bone.
In this Webinar, Dr. Stéphane Berg will detail the GBR protocols for significant bone loss and entire ridge preservation, allowing to regenerate a cortical plate simply and with high predictability.
Participants are welcome to ask questions live and get tips and methods to improve knowledge in bone grafting.
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The maxillary sinus can be an obstacle in implant treatment planning that can be solved by the mastership of GBR. The combination of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate (BCS) and GBR protocols allows preservation of the sinus floor after extraction along with rebuild of bone volume and a new cortical plate.
In this webinar, Dr. Berg will detail the different methods and appropriate protocols for each issue imposed by the sinus with an extensive reference to the benefits of BCS in cases of vertical or lateral sinus lift.