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Tag: 3D Mandible

Reconstruction of vertical bone defect in the mandible

Bone defects are very common nowadays. Many techniques have been described to solve this situation, the fastest and with the best results is the Split Bone Block technique. The Split Bone Block technique was described by Prof Fouad Khoury and nowadays is possible to reenter only 4 months after the bone graft. The next case…
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Bone Grafting! Why sometimes bone graft resorbs?How can we avoid this resorption?How is described the Khoury Technique?How to do big bone reconstructions in a safe way? If you want to see all the answers to these questions online right now just register and watch our last Webinar, 60 minutes and for free. Just click in…
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Posterior Mandible Reconstruction through a tunnel approach

Our dear colleague Yasser Chaib dedicates this case to us after attending our bone grafting course and wrote these words, Thank you Yasser! “In honor of two greats! Jose Luis Dominguez Mompell and Juan Lara Chao thank you for teaching us all about the 2D and 3D reconstructions. After a few months of finishing the…
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Vertical bone augmentation with the Khoury Technique and tunnel approach

We present the case of a patient who came to her consultation requesting a fixed prosthesis in the posterior mandible section. Clinical and radiological examination showed bone atrophy with a height on the dental nerve of approximately 7.5mm and a horizontal atrophy that precludes the placement of dental implants. In terms of treatment options, we…
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1st Iberian Euroteknika Conference finished

The 1st Iberian conference from Euroteknika Iberia has finished, to which we contributed with a surgery broadcast live from Catalunya’s School of Odontologists and Stomatologists. It consisted of a mandibular reconstruction in height with tunnel access. We would like to thanks all the speakers and the organisation for such an educational, well-organised and even friendly event – particular…
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Live surgery 13th June Barcelona: Gaining in height in posterior mandible

Dear Colleagues, Next Friday 13th June in Barcelona, in Catalunya’s Official School of Odontologists and Stomatologists, the “1st Iberian Euroteknika Conference” will take place, where we will be presenting a clinical case with a live surgery entitled: “Tridimensional reconstruction through cortical autologous bone blades and subperiosteal tunnel approach.” Those who wish to attend can consult the Euroteknika website for more…
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Implants on 3D mandibular reconstruction

Dear Colleagues, A couple of months ago we saw a case of mandibular reconstruction with tunnel access, which you can view in full at: Gaining height in the posterior mandible. After waiting for 5 months, we performed dental implant surgery, using a modified Kazanjian Vestibuloplasty access to allow us to gain adhered gum and place the…
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Gaining height in posterior mandible

The following 38-year-old non-smoking patient with no relevant medical history was referred to us. She had had three implants placed and following an infection, had lost two of them – leaving the defect visible in the photograph. We considered the possibility of short implants or mandibular reconstruction plus the placement of standard implants. With the…
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Gaining 9mm of height in the mandible: Implant surgery

As we saw in the previous post, which you can view here, we reconstructed a posterior mandibular defect with a height of 2.4 millimetres to the dental nerve. After the mandibular reconstruction, the patient became pregnant, and came back to us after one year. We requested a cone beam CT prior to implant placement, where we…
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Atrophic posterior mandible reconstruction

A 32-year-old patient with no relevant medical history was referred to us having lost an implant on tooth 46 following an infection. The patient presented with a very pronounced defect with a height to the dental nerve of 2.40 millimetres, which precluded the placement of short implants. We discounted the possibility of lateralisation of the dental nerve due to…
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