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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 reconstruction in posterior maxilla

Hello everyone, today we present this case referred to us by a colleague, he is a 43 year old patient that due to a localized periodontal disease his upper left molar are moving and hopeless. The extraction is perform and after 2 months a 10 mm vertical bone defect is left. We performed a tunnel approach…
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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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Reconstructive surgery: Partial maxillary atrophy following loss of implants

Dear Colleagues, Next Friday 10th of April in Madrid, we will be delivering a seminar and performing a live surgery consisting of a partial maxillary reconstruction with tunnel access and auto-graft of the mandibular ramus, which will be broadcast to attendees via a closed circuit. The event is free of charge and will take place…
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Reconstruction of vertical defect located in the mandible

The next case we present to you is that of a middle-aged non-smoking male with no relevant medical history. This patient was referred to us because of a bone atrophy that precludes the placement of an implant in its ideal position. We observed a vertical bone atrophy in the 46th tooth, which we attributed to a traumatic…
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Complications: Schneiderian membrane perforation + lack of buccal bone plate

A 60-year-old patient with no relevant medical history was referred to us for fixed rehabilitation based on dental implants in the second quadrant. She presented a bone deficit in the left maxillary sinus as well as an internal reabsorption of tooth 25, for which we decided on the following treatment plan: extraction of tooth 25…
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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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Live surgery course finished

Dear Colleagues, Having finished the live surgery course last Saturday, here are some photographs from the event. Many thanks to those who attended, to David the cameraman, and to all the staff of the Puche Lázaro Clinic for making sure everything went smoothly. The surgery consisited of a three-dimensional reconstruction with tunnel access according to…
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19th October – Course in maxillary reconstruction through tunnel approach

Dear Colleagues, Next Saturday, 19th October, in Aranjuez, Madrid, we will be delivering a course on maxillary reconstruction through tunnelisation with the Khoury technique with theory and live broadcast of surgery. The surgery will consist of a tunnel approach, sinus lift and crestal graft; all without opening a flap, but via tunnel. Price, sign-up and…
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One case, three techniques: Block + Regeneration + Sinus lift

This 55-year-old patient made an appointment with us for the placement of a fixed prosthesis, after years of having a removable prosthesis in the upper maxilla, retained with attachments, that had now failed. He had no relevant medical history, so we proceeded to request a CT scan. With it, we observed that he needed three…
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