3 GUIDE TUBES IMPLANT SURGERY with sinus lift

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Posted on By Pankaj Narkhede In Implants

Dental Implant placement without Guide surgery kit. In this video ONLY 3 GUIDE TUBES are used and sinus lift made easy with piezosurgery.

https://youtu.be/wB9mLVQjFXI

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Can you better explain the video and techniques as the music does not provide any narrative? Thnx Dr. Salama


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Dr. Salama: The concept is to perform guided surgery without investing $$$ in a large kit. And with some expertise one can avoid buying a complete surgical kit and get awesome results. Now who doesn’t like to save? 😊 As you know, Guided surgery enables us to place an implant in a precise location and angulation as designed in our software. We use different implant configurations / systems for different cases. Example Nobel in this case OR Bicon in another case. A universal technique to place any implant with guided surgery was required. I have been doing this technique for quite some time now. And I have realized that a guide hole diameter of 4.05mm / 4.10mm in a surgical guide that allows a fit of 4.00 mm outside diameter (OD) is perfect in all cases. This OD enables to place guide tube in 99.9% of available space between teeth. Guide tubes each $ 7 only as shown in the video has specific Inside Diameter (ID). Drills that are used are 0.1mm / 0.2mm less than the ID of each guide tube. A little experience is required as a drill stop for depth is missing. Although you can create one. If you intend to place a larger diameter implant skip the guide & follow the osteotomy. If you are scared of going deep use piezo surgery, and then drill. As we know, that the location & angulation of the osteotomy created by the first drill usually decides the result of how the implant will be placed. This technique enables us to get that confidence. A few generic drills and a final drill of any implant to be placed is what is required with this technique. It looks like a lot of measurements…If the video is observed carefully a few times it is very easy to figure out the simplicity of this technique. Especially, after we know which guide tubes & drills are required. Hope this helps 😊


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thank you


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