Bone Grafting Around Dental Implants

After the placement of Six Dental Implants on Utah County woman, Bio-Oss is grafted around them.
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“The Reganato Lecture Series” Video Presentation: Surgical Extraction #13 with Simple Socket Bone Grafting for Optimal Bone Volume at the Time of Implant Pla…
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19 Responses to “Bone Grafting Around Dental Implants”

  1. Great video, thank you for putting it up!

  2. 100% allograft…ridge augmentation may include the use of a xenograft…

  3. What brand/material do you like to use for socket preservation,

  4. Thanks alot !

    are you using Xenograf or allograft ?

  5. every surgical step allows for revisions and enhancements of the case…subsequent steps in the process demonstrate this concept…

  6. Talwinder Singh on August 27th, 2013 at 7:49 pm

    in this way there is more risk of senstivity to First premolar ,due to cementum damage

  7. Ashley Workman on August 27th, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    So glad I’m not the only one! I can watch gross surgical things all day but this stuff really makes me nauseous. :| Yet here I am, watching it….

  8. Preparation of the gingiva??? not sure what the question is friend..

  9. why the preparation of the gingiva ???

  10. I don’t mind other surgical procedure video’s but the oral procedures always gross me out..

  11. Thanks foxyrinoa and synestheticsoul for y’all responses…it helps…but I was only considering the bone graft cause the dentist told me my teeth would eventually shift within time..not sure if this is true or not…any opinions. Thanks

  12. @puchipatas when I had my wisdom teeth extracted they where impacted below the gum line. there are ways to prevent dry socket which your doctor will tell you about. I have bone grafts and mine where stitched. the grafts shorten bone regeneration time and prevent the gum from sinking into the tooth cavity. talk to your endodontist about what exactly they plan to do.

  13. And this is why i took the general anesthesia, 1 i hate the sound of a drill 2 that thing is loud as hell

  14. SynestheticSoul on August 27th, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    You can’t do anything about dry socket except wait for it to heal. I got dry socket and the pain was about 2 or 3 days. Then the socket got “used” to being exposed and now the tissue is growing over it. Doctor told me it takes 6-12 months for the bone to regenerate itself under the tissue. Don’t worry, it’s not as bad as it sounds. The pain IS terrible, but it doesn’t last the entire time.

  15. The guy is under anesthesia right? no way he is awake.
    The suturing is so COOL!

  16. I had a question,I’m kind of hesitant about getting my wisdom tooth extracted I know eventually I’ll have to do it,but my main concern was the fear of getting a DRY SOCKET!! Will a bone graft prevents this horrible pain I keep hearing about? Thanks..

  17. nice music!

  18. FDBA: Mineross
    RCM: Oraplug, Memlok

  19. great video,
    what materials did you use for bone graft and membrane.