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Titanium Mesh in Anterior Augmentation - Surgical Technique Video

Description:
In this this surgical technique video, Dr. Akiyoshi Funato describes the utilization of the FT Wing titanium mesh to aid in the reconstruction of lost labial plate in the anterior maxilla. Flap design and release as well as a rotated pedicle graft from the palate are demonstrated in detail. In addition, the synergistic use of a resorbable membrane and FDBA is also discussed.

Date Added:
5/13/2012

Author(s):

Akiyoshi Funato, D.D.S. Akiyoshi Funato, D.D.S.
Professional Experience:

  • Nagisa Dental Clinic, private practice, moved to Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan, 1998 – present
  • Founder/instructor of...
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Questions & Comments
Akiyoshi Funato - (6/28/2012 1:20 AM)

Erik: Second stage and final results ca be accessed from our 4-D concept implant therapy text book. ( Quint USA )

Band Ditto64 - (5/30/2012 6:17 AM)

Maria; Go to link that Dr. Salama provided below in this thread.

Maria Rios - (5/29/2012 7:55 PM)

I would like more info and how to get these titanium membranes Dr Maria Rios E mail: offir2000@hotmail.com

Erik Lennartsson - (5/22/2012 8:45 AM)

I don´t mean to affend anyone but what is the use of showing Your surgery without showing 2nd stage and final result?

mahesh patel - (5/21/2012 5:34 PM)

I am sorry but i think this surgery could have been performed with less surgery and trauma to the patient. The english is difficult to understand as well

Maurice Salama - (5/15/2012 8:45 PM)

Shane; Go to the following link http://www.dentalxp.com/VendorDetails.aspx?id=337 It can be purchased here on XP. Diiferent sizes of CTi mesh.

Shane Claiborne - (5/15/2012 12:12 PM)

Where can I purchase the titanium used in the surgery?

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