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Piezo Hydro-Dynamic Intra Sinus Elevation

Description:
Minimally invasive procedures became the trend of modern dentistry, that resulted in more precision and predictability, as well as more patient acceptance to surgical therapies.<Br><br> Sinus floor elevation is a widely needed procedure in implant surgery, with piezo Hydrodynamic technique the sinus lift surgery became much easier and more predictable, with less complications, and less post operative symptoms and more patients acceptance. <br><br> This presentation will show in details the surgical technique with a clinical study done on 74 patients with end results.

Date Added:
10/1/2015

Author(s):

Imad Erfan Salloum, DDS Imad Erfan Salloum, DDS
Name: Imad Erfan Salloum

DATE OF BIRTH : 17/4/1959

Current address: Hamrat st. –Salloum buil. TARTOUS – SYRIA

Tel: 00963 – 43- 229348...
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Questions & Comments
yi chen - (12/6/2015 10:16 AM)

wow respect all of the dentist from syria !!!

Howard Gluckman - (11/22/2015 2:07 PM)

THANKS for your great lecture. One question. Why did you choose TCP as a graft material and did you find the you had a lot of graft resorption over time. Would a less resorbable material not be a material of choice for this. Thanks

Jean philippe Peyratoux - (11/17/2015 3:55 AM)

Thank you for this video. Could we use the kit with a Mectron piezo system?

Timothy Kaufmann - (10/14/2015 4:09 PM)

Imad, thank you for the presentation. Very exciting. Any possibility of this procedure being done without a flap? Or with an immediate placement after extraction?

Thank you

Alaa YASSIN - (10/6/2015 2:32 AM)

So impressive!! Great video!
Big big thanks from Seattle to Tartous and Syria ;)

Emad Salloum - (10/5/2015 4:22 PM)

Ward ..yes it is almost very similar with the same principle of the technique presented by Dr. Sohn

Emad Salloum - (10/5/2015 4:16 PM)

Thank you Maurice ....you are always a mentor ...it is a pleasure for me to be again on Dental xp

ward clemmons530 - (10/4/2015 9:59 PM)

Do you know how this compares to Dr. Sohn's (sp) technique?

Maurice Salama - (10/1/2015 2:47 PM)

Imad; Really great and informative. Thanks Maurice

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