Site preparation and State of The art bone augmentation techniques

Maurice Salama

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Dr. Maurice A Salama
U.S.A

Speaker : Dr. Maurice A Salama

Date : 2021.07.01

Topic : Site preparation and State of The art bone augmentation techniques

To be a viable treatment choice in the edentulous patient, the implant-supported restoration requires bone in adequate position, quality and quantity. This requires development of the edentulous ridge or potential implant restorative site. The importance in developing this underlying bone support is twofold, to act as an anchor for the implant but also as a framework for the support of the gingival tissue and esthetics.

The three-dimensional reconstruction of the implant receptor site comprises two distinct phases:

Development of the hard tissues requires an understanding and specific skill sets which include;

- Extraction Site Management

- Autogenous, Xenograft or Allograft Bone selection

- Bone Particulate Grafts and GBR

- Utilization and Fixation of Membranes & Ti-mesh

- Ridge Splitting or Expansion Techniques

- State of the Art Sinus Augmentation and Crestal Approach Techniques

- Management of Implant Complications

 

This program will cover site preparation techniques prior to and at the time of implant placement. Educational Objectives:

1. Diagnosis and classification of implant recipient sites

2. Preservation techniques available for implant replacement

3. Management of the “deficient” site through augmentation techniques

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To be a viable treatment choice in the edentulous patient, the implant-supported restoration requires bone in adequate position, quality and quantity. This requires development of the edentulous ridge or potential implant restorative site. The importance in developing this underlying bone support is twofold, to act as an anchor for the implant but also as a framework for the support of the gingival tissue and esthetics.

To be a viable treatment choice in the edentulous patient, the implant-supported restoration requires bone in adequate position, quality and quantity. This requires development of the edentulous ridge or potential implant restorative site. The importance in developing this underlying bone support is twofold, to act as an anchor for the implant but also as a framework for the support of the gingival tissue and esthetics.

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