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Surgical Planning and Procedures

Regenerative Implant Outcomes

Daniel Buser

This lecture is based on more than 25 years of clinical experience with bone augmentation techniques. The two best-documented local bone augmentation techniques are discussed: guided bone regeneration (GBR) and sinus floor elevation (SFE). The GBR technique aims primarily at horizontal bone augmentation, whereas the SFE technique aims at vertical bone augmentation at the floor of the maxillary sinus. Both techniques typically utilize a combination of locally harvested autogenous bone chips and a bone substitute. The biological rationale for this synergistic combination is presented, supported by a series of preclinical and clinical studies. This lecture also stresses the subcrestal position of the microrough implant surface during implant insertion as an important prerequisite for the long-term stability of the implant.

At the end of this Congress Lecture you should be able to…

  • explain the importance of circumferential bone anchorage for a dental implant
  • discuss the biological rationale for the synergistic combination of autogenous bone chips and bone substitutes
  • explain the importance of subcrestal positioning of the microrough implant surface during implant insertion
31 minutes
ITI World Symposium 2017
0.5 hours
Purchase price
15 Academy Coins
Publication date: Jun 6, 2017 Last review date: May 30, 2021 Next review date: May 30, 2024
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