Bone Grafting Videos for Professionals

Trans Socket Bone Graft of a Large Alveolar Defect

A minimally-invasive trans-socket bone augmentation technique is demonstrated in this patient with chronic periodontal disease of upper central incisors. This approach will optimize the vascularity to an already compromised environment and help to minimize soft tissue changes seen with conventional flaps.

Plasma Rich In Growth Factors in Teeth Extractions

This video discusses use of plasma rich in growth factors (PRGF) in oral surgery for enhancing bone growth and healing process. A patient with a complex extraction is shown along with how the material is processed and inserted into the extraction site. PRGF has many biological benefits in wound healing and maturation of tissues and has become a key part of bone and tissue regeneration protocol in our office.

Single stage dental implant and sinus lift procedure

This video demonstrates a patient with missing upper molar and inadequate bone height due to sinus position. A single stage implant placement and sinus lift bone grafting was performed. A minimally invasive sinus lift technique using specialized instruments was used. This allows a small 5-6 mm window for placement of the graft.

Osteogenesis Distraction and Onlay Graft

A case report describing a patient with 3-dimensional bone deformity requiring both vertical and horizontal site development for proper implant placement and restoration. Osteogenesis and onlay graft techniques are discussed.

Harvesting Mandibular Ramus Bone for Dental Implants

In this video, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi, oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Bethesda, MD, discusses the harvesting technique of mandibular ramus bone which is a common donor site for bone augmentation and implant site development. He also discusses peri-operative patient care.