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Fibers retention in the resective surgery
07.08.2017 | Clinical international

Fibers retention in the resective surgery

Nowadays, irregularities of bone and intraosseous defects within 2-3mm can be treated with the use of the modern fibers retention method, offered long time ago and often implemented now. This method is also of high importance for crown lengthening procedure.

A woman, 35 y.o., healthy, non-smoker, without diabetic disease, admitted with probing depth, bleeding probe and slightly mobile molars. B

Interdental multiple papilla amplification flap with the lateral position for enlargement of the attached gingival tissue on a tooth with an abnormal surface of the root
19.06.2017 | Clinical international

Interdental multiple papilla amplification flap with the lateral position for enlargement of the attached gingival tissue on a tooth with an abnormal surface of the root

The main subject of this article is the use of interdental multiple papilla amplification flap with the lateral position for the enlargement of the attached gingival tissue on a tooth with an abnormal surface of the root.

A man, 35 y.o., nonsmoker and non-diabetic was presented with relapsing inflammation of gingiva on a lower cuspid tooth. A surgical treatment was ordered after several recall

Case report Bio3 Implants: implantation on fully edentulous jaw
08.05.2017 | Clinical international

Case report Bio3 Implants: implantation on fully edentulous jaw

This case demonstrates placement of six Bio3 implants on fully edentulous upper jaw.
The surgeon made an incision in the upper jaw and then pulled the gum tissue. After that, he formed implant bed and placed six implants by Bio3 company.


Case report provided by Dr. Kobiakov.

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Closure of Schneiderian Membrane Perforation with the ‘Parachute’ Method and Placement of Two Implants During a Sinus Lift Surgery
01.05.2017 | Clinical international

Closure of Schneiderian Membrane Perforation with the ‘Parachute’ Method and Placement of Two Implants During a Sinus Lift Surgery

A sinus lift surgery is a method of a vertical dimension augmentation in a posterior maxillary alveolar process with the purpose of one-stage or deferred implantation upon its severe athrophy and/or significant pneumatization of the maxillary sinus. The method has been initially described by O.H.Tatum and P. Boyne (Tatum, O.H. (1986) Maxillary and sinus implant reconstruction. Dental Clinics of No

Materials improved for direct anterior restoration
28.04.2017 | Clinical international

Materials improved for direct anterior restoration

Due to the clinical requests that have taken place in recent years, dentistry acquired a lot of new techniques, which are direct, and new products that make the work of every dentist easier.

This is a case of a 16-year-old dental patient. The patient came to the clinic to replace class IV direct composite restorations situated on molars 1.1 and 2.1.

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