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  • Journal:Implant-Supported Milled Bar Overdenture Volume: vol. 8 No. 8 Date: December 2016
    Authors:Dr. Les Kalman, Algabri RS, Al Adashi OQ, Alqutaibi AY, Shandy M, Fahmmy A, Kai-Chiao J. Chang, Kristyn Hope, Leyvee Cabanilla Jacobs, Michelle Wheater, Zachary S. Goettsche, Ronald L Ettinger

    6. Implant-Supported Milled Bar Overdenture Edentulism is a common condition affecting a significant portion of the population. A conventional approach to compensate for this condition is the fabrication and placement of dentures; however, traditional denture rehabilitation has its limitations. Implant-retained dentures provide increased retention, while implant-supported dentures provide ideal bracing and resolution of many patient…

  • Journal:Reviews of Complications from Lateral and Crestal Sinus Lifts Volume: vol. 8 No. 7 Date: November 2016
    Authors:Dr. Pranav S Patil, Dr. M. L. Bhongade, Edward Ruvins, Mark Stein, Dr. David Gozalo, Dr. Kerri Font, Dr. David Moreno, Dr. Nikolaos Soldatos

    6. Sinus Augmentation Complications: Part-I Associated with Lateral Technique (Direct Approach): A Review Maxillary sinus augmentation procedures using crestal or lateral approach are the predictable treatment modalities for placing the implant in atrophic maxillary posterior area. Like any other dental procedures there is always risk of encountering the intra or postsurgical complications. This review article…

  • Journal:Xenograft Treatment of Multiple Recession Defects Volume: vol. 8 No. 6 Date: October 2016
    Authors:Dr. Nikolaos Soldatos, Dr. Kerri Font, Dr. Charles Powell, Dr. Mark Stein, Dr. Susanna Kayserman, Dr. Ahmed Fayad

    6. Creeping Attachment After Xenogenic Collagen Matrix Placement for Multiple Recessions Treatment: A Discussion of Two Case Reports The combination of coronally advanced flap (CAF) with a subepithelial connective tissue graft (SCTG) is the gold standard for root coverage treatment. Xenografts represent a viable alternative to the SCTG. The following cases represent the application of repositioning of the cementoenamel junction (CEJ) where a xenogeneic collagen matrix (CM)…

  • Journal:Horizontal Augmentation of the Deficient Alveolar Ridge Volume: vol. 8 No. 5 Date: September 2016
    Authors:Dr. Edward Ruvins, Dr. Mark Stein, Dr. Susanna Kayserman, Dr. Dan Holtzclaw, Dr. Smriti Kapur, Dr. Aman Arora, Dr. Aditi Goyal, Dr. Fawaz Alqahtani, Dr. Abdullah Alnasser, Dr. Nader Almutairi, Dr. Abdulhameed Alodaib

    6. Horizontal Augmentation of the Deficient Alveolar Ridge Associated with Concurrent Implant Placement: A Retrospective Analysis of Outcomes The challenges of many clinical cases lie in difficulty of managing severely compromised ridge defects. History of previously sustained alveolar trauma, past surgical procedures and variable pathologic developments cause substantial alteration of normal bone structure requiring osseoregenerative…

  • Journal:Augmentation of Severe Ridge Defect with rhBMP-2 and Titanium Mesh Volume: vol. 8 No. 4 Date: August 2016
    Authors:Dr. Dan Holtzclaw, Amr Zahran, Ziad Rabie, Basma Mostafa, Souheil Hussaini BDS MS, Seyed Milad Nejat, DDS, Amr Zahran, BDS MDS PhD, Basma Mostafa BDS MDS PhD, Ahmed Hanafy BDS MDS, Mona Darhous BDS MDS PhD

    6. Dehydrated Human Amnion-Chorion Barrier used to Assist Mucogingival Coverage of Titanium Mesh and rhBMP-2 Augmentation of Severe Maxillary Alveolar Ridge Defect: A Case Report Recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein (rhBMP-2) is a potent osteoinductive protein that has proven to be a valuable tool for augmentation of severe alveolar dental defects. Because rhBMP-2 must be combined with a collagen carrier, it lacks space maintenance and must…

  • Journal:Titanium Mesh Ridge Augmentation for Dental Implant Placement Volume: vol. 8 No. 3 Date: June 2016
    Authors:Dr. Lanka Mahesh, Dr. Dildeep Bali, Dr. Vishal Gupta, Dr. Taran Preet Singh, Robert Schneider, DDS, MS, FACP, FAAMP, Steven Fletcher, DDS, Kyle Stein, DDS, Dan Holtzclaw, DDS, MS, Dr. Maha Elkerdawy, Dr. Nancy Elsherbini

    Titanium Mesh Ridge Augmentation for Dental Implant Placement 11. Localized Ridge Augmentation using Titanium Mesh with Alloplast and Simultaneous Implant Placement: A Case Report Implant placement in the atrophic anterior part of the maxilla was once a difficult task. Many procedures have been developed over the years for reconstruction of the alveolar ridge to enable implant placement. Alveolar ridge augmentation along with guided bone regeneration…

  • Journal:Guided Dental Implant Surgery Volume: vol. 8 No. 2 Date: April 2016
    Authors:Heba E. Khorshid, Hamdy Aboul Fotouh Hamed, Essam A. Aziz, Dr. Les Kalman, Kyung-ah Jang, Nelson G. Woo, Paul D. Eleazer, Michael D. Huffer, Souheil Hussaini, Elham Yagoobi, Maryam Khalili, Saul Weiner

    Guided Dental Implant Surgery & Custom Made Chairside Dental Implant Stents 11. The Effect of CAD/CAM versus Conventional Casting Frameworks on the Passivity of Fit for Screw Retained Implant Supported Maxillary Prostheses The Target of this work was to study the effect of two different techniques of framework construction; Conventional Cast Metal Technology and the CAD/CAM Technology on the passivity of fit of…

  • Journal:Modified Mandibular Implant Bar Overdenture Volume: vol. 8 No. 1 Date: March 2016
    Authors:Adnan Al-Fahd, Iman Radi, Luis Roberto Sanchez Garza, Francisco José Carrillo Morales, Dr. Britto Falcon, Dr. Adnan Al-Fahd, Dr. Nadia Abbas, Dr. Mohamed Farouk, Dr. Ahmed Yassin Al-Qutaibi

    Modified Mandibular Implant Bar Overdenture 11. A Modified Design of the Mandibular Implant Bar Overdenture in Reduced Interarch Spaces: A Case Report The patients with limited interarch space are more susceptible to denture base fracture. This technique aims to reinforce the denture base of implant bar retained mandibular overdenture and to protect it against anticipated fracture. The overdenture framework design is easy to fabricate, predictable and provides a good…

  • Journal:Sticky Bone Use in Implant Dentistry Volume: vol. 7 No. 10 Date: December 2015
    Authors:Dong-Seok Sohn, Bingzhen Huang, Jin Kim, Charles C. Park, Paul P. Binon, Henning Visser, Dr. Preety Desai, Dr. Ahmed Yaseen Alqutaibi, Dr. Mohammed Farouk

    “Sticky Bone” Use in Implant Dentistry   11. Utilization of Autologous Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF) Enriched Bone Graft Matrix (Sticky Bone) and CGF-Enriched Fibrin Membrane in Implant Dentistry Platelets are known to release several growth factors which stimulate tissue regeneration. Several techniques for platelet concentrates have been introduced in surgical field for the prevention of hemorrhage and acceleration of tissue regeneration. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) and plasma…

  • Journal:Lateral Sliding Flap to Assist with Anterior Maxillary Dental Implant Esthetics Volume: vol. 7 No. 9 Date: November 2015
    Authors:Hernán Bontá, Nelson Carranza, Facundo Caride, Mariana Rojas, Federico Galli, Dr. Adnan Al-Fahd, Dr. Iman Radi, Dr. Amir Fayaz, Dr. Mohammad Jafarian, Dr. Yeganeh Memari, Dr. Seyedeh Mahsa Sheikh-Al-Eslamian

    Lateral Sliding Flap to Assist with Anterior Maxillary Dental Implant Esthetics   11. Laterally Sliding Flap Surgical Approach for Soft Tissue Closure in Post-Extraction Alveolar Ridges: Technique and Clinical Results Presented in a Case Series Since the decade of the 1970s different techniques have been developed to achieve primary closure. An alternate lingual/palatal sliding flap surgical technique to obtain primary soft tissue closure in…

Featured Journals


Dr Leon Chen: Global Implant Academy of Minimally Invasive Dentistry

Date: July 2016



Sticky Bone Use in Implant Dentistry

Date: December 2015

Volume: vol. 7 No. 10


Lateral Sliding Flap to Assist with Anterior Maxillary Dental Implant Esthetics

Date: November 2015

Volume: vol. 7 No. 9


Dr Leon Chen and the One Minute Dental Implant

Date: August 2015


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