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Osseodensification: A Paradigm Shift in Implant Dentistry

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This course aims to present Osseodensification techniques designed to maximize implant primary stability, implant insertion torque, and early loading of dental implants. Atraumatic Osseodensification techniques may also be used for alveolar ridge expansion, hydraulic maxillary sinus floor elevation with autografting.

Date Added:
1/13/2016

Author(s):

Rodrigo Neiva, DDS, MS Rodrigo Neiva, DDS, MS
Dr. Neiva earned his Certificate and Master's degree in Periodontics from the University of Michigan, School of Dentistry. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pe...
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Questions & Comments
James Lamb DMD, MS - (3/11/2016 10:00 AM)

Excellent presentation.....are there any issues with using this technology in previously grafted sites?

Carlos Coello - (2/21/2016 1:50 PM)

Excellent presentation. Thank you

Ann Hunsicker-Morrissey - (2/7/2016 3:40 PM)

Exciting! Thanks for a great lecture.

Eddie Salama352 - (1/23/2016 9:08 AM)

Excellent presentation, I was able to follow and learn easily throughout the presentation. Thank you

William Escobar - (1/20/2016 6:02 AM)

Dear Dr Neiva, Outstanding work, I have really enjoyed your presentation. I `ve got just one doubt: What do you think about using this type of technique in patients under oral biphosphonates??? I believe for bone densité would be brilliant as it would get harder, but my question is do you think for revascularisation would be a problem??? Thanks once again, all the best, William

Howard Gluckman - (1/18/2016 3:09 PM)

Thanks for a great lecture!!

byron scott - (1/18/2016 12:55 PM)

very good presentation.

Rodrigo Neiva - (1/15/2016 8:57 AM)

Dear Nikki and Arshad, new videos will be posted soon. Thanks!

Rodrigo Neiva - (1/15/2016 8:56 AM)

Dear Juan, these are valid points. However, there is a significant difference between osseodensification and osteocompression. The most used method of achieving better primary stability happens through osteocompression, when the size of the osteotomy is significantly smaller than the size of the implant. This may cause osteonecrosis. Following osseodensification protocols, the size of the osteotomy is usually the size of the implant and in some cases, even larger than the size of the implant, avoiding bone compression.

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