Evaluation of Biomechanical Effect TS System Pre-Clinical Study on Chemically Modified CA Surface in Vivo
Jeong Jong Cheol
The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of chemically modified hydrophilic CA surface compared with conventional SA surface in various animals.
GBR with SmartBuilder
Jeong Jong Cheol
There are many methods for GBR procedure for implant placement. But sometimes very difficulty in GBR procedure, especially for severe vertical or horizontal defect area. So We would like to introduce GBR procedure with SmartBuilder in horizontal or vertical defect area. The aim of this study was to evaluate the capability of the successful guided bone regeneration in alveolar bone defect with SmartBulider
Flapless Implant Surgery : An Experimental Study
Se-Hoon Kim, Byung-Ho Choi, Jingxu Li, Han-Sung Kim, Chang-Yong Ko, Seung-Mi Jeong, Feng Xuan, Seoung-Ho Lee
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of flapless implant surgery on crestal bone loss and osseointegration in a canine mandible model.
Assessment of dentists’ subjective satisfaction with a newly developed device for maxillary sinus membrane elevation by the crestal approach
Young-Kyun Kim, Yong-Seok Cho, Pil-Young Yun
The purposes of this study were to assess the dentists’ subjective satisfaction with the crestal approach sinus (CAS) kit, a device for maxillary sinus membrane elevation by the crestal approach using a special drilling system and hydraulic pressure, and to summarize the subjective satisfaction of dental implants placed after a sinus lift procedure with the CAS kit.
TSIII SA implant installation accompanying sinus lift with lateral approach; a case report
Gi-Young Seo, Jae-Kook Cha, Jae-Hong Lee, Jung-Seok Lee, Ui-Won Jung, Seong-Ho Choi, Kyoo-Sung Cho, Jung-Kiu Chai, Chang-Sung Kim
Loss of maxillary molar teeth leads to rapid resorption of bone in the alveolar process below the maxillary sinus floor. The sinus floor augmentation procedure is one of the most predictable grafting procedures available for placing dental implants in the severely atrophic posterior maxilla. Sinus augmentation is classified according to residual alveolar bone height. When the residual bone height is 3~4 mm, 1-step lateral approach is recommended. This clinical case report presents patient subjected to a maxillary sinus lift (Lateral approach) and immediate implant placement (TSIII ) with synthetic bone grafting.
Sinus Bone Grafting with Simultaneous Implant Placement in Case of Residual Bone Height Less Than 4mm Using TSIII SA Implant
Yong-Jin Kim, Young-Jin Park, Kyung-Tae Park
Sinus bone grafting and implant placement are predictable treatment options for pneumatized maxillary sinus and severely resorbed maxillary posterior reconstruction. A minimum of 4~5 mm of residual bone height is traditionally recommended for the one-stage surgical procedure of sinus bone grafting and implant placement to ensure initial stability from preexisting residual bone.
I would like to report the survival rates of the TSIII SA implants simultaneously placed into grafted maxillary sinus where the residual alveolar bone height was less than 4mm.