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- 18:40 Published: 11/26/2017
Patients are frequently sent to oral surgeon by orthodontists to aid in the eruption of an unerupted maxillary canine tooth. The technique is different for a palatal impaction versus a tooth that is located more facially. CBCT imaging is the most reliable way to make the determination of tooth position and orientation so that the most appropriate surgical procedure can be planned and successfully performed. This video discusses some of these concepts. Run time 18:40
- 05:04 Published: 07/05/2017
Do you want to learn how to place dental implants? Learn the right way, from an experienced oral surgeon and educator. Essentials of Implantology and Guided Implant Surgery will teach you the fundamentals that will get you off on the right foot for your implant journey.
- 19:03 Published: 07/04/2017
Guided implant surgery has improved the accuracy and efficiency of dental implant surgery. A prosthetically-based plan, combined with fully-guided placement facilitates optimal implant positioning and restoration. This video shows how the Astra Tech Implant System EV Guided Surgery kit uses these principles to deliver optimal results for our patients.
- 21:31 Published: 09/13/2016
This is a straightforward case of four partial bony third molars. Patient examination, radiographic evaluation and surgical strategy are all discussed. Duration- 21:31
- 24:09 Published: 08/24/2016
Digital technology has changed the way we practice dentistry... for the better. The integration of CAD/CAM and CBCT has improved our diagnostic ability to treatment plan toward a more predictable and successful clinical outcome. In this case presentation, Dr. Reznick discusses a patient who was referred after a motor vehicle accident and suffered an avulsed tooth and subluxation of others. The completely digital work flow and treatment sequence are described. Run time- 24:09
- 10:05 Published: 08/10/2016
This video presents a case of a fairly common pathological entity, a benign exostosis. A differential diagnosis is discussed and 3D CBCT imaging is used to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment is very straightforward and a favorite of many oral surgeons. Run time- 10:05
- 6:58 Published: 07/18/2016
A supernumary tooth in the midline of the maxilla is referred to as a mesiodens. These are fairly common, and easily removed with proper planning and surgical technique. This video shows how this is accomplished in an 11 year old patient. Run Time- 6:58
- 1:02:44 Published: 05/20/2016
Dr. Howard Farran started the website DentalTown so that "no dentist will have to practice alone". Over 200,00 dentists from all over the world log in to DentalTown to share cases, get advice, and to vent, about various clinical, practice management, and personal topics. In 2014, they launched a video podcast series that now has over 400 episodes. I was privileged to be one of the first contributors. In it, Howard and I discuss why I now do 99.99% of the implants in my practice using surgical guides planned from CBCT. If you are not already a "Townie", check out the site at DentalTown.Com. Run Time- 1:02:44
- 12:41 Published: 04/26/2016
Impacted maxillary canines can be found on the buccal or palatal aspect, or deep within of the maxilla. Where the tooth is located affects the surgical approach and technique to bring it in to the proper position. 3D imaging is essential to assess the orientation and position of the impacted tooth. This video shows a method used by Dr. Reznick to expose a palatally-impacted canine that eliminates placing a bracket and chain as initial management. Run Time- 12:41
- 23:59 Published: 04/25/2016
3D CT scans and computer-guided dental implant surgery are changing the way that dental implants surgery is planned and performed. This course introduces NobelGuide and Simplant, two of the most popular systems used for this exciting technologyRun Time- 23:59
- 10:58 Published: 04/25/2016
A failing #9 is extracted with Proximators, and an immediate Replace Select implant with provisional crown is placed. Run Time- 10:58.
- 17:45 Published: 04/25/2016
The accuracy of implant surgery has been improved significantly by the development of CT Guided Implant techniques. This case was treatment planned using a Galileos CBCT scanner and Galileos Implant software to achieve accurate implant placement is a very tight space. Duration: 17:45
- 22:15 Published: 04/25/2016
In this 3rd part of the introductory series on impacted third molars, Dr. Reznick discusses surgical technique for the various types of impactions. Pre- and post-operative regimens are also reviewed. Duration- 22:15
- 9:53 Published: 04/25/2016
Mandibular fractures are occasionally first diagnosed by a general dentist, especially in situations where an oral surgeon is not readily available. Stabilizing the fracture can reduce the risk of complications and make the patient more comfortable. A simple technique to stabilize a mandibulr fracture is demonstrated. Duration - 9:52
- 15:15 Published: 04/25/2016
Jaw pathology may be seen on routine radiographs. Many small benign intrabony lesions can be managed by the general dentist with surgical training, as long as the case is diagnosed and treated to the same standard of care as the oral surgeon would. Differential diagnosis of a radioopaque mass in a 12 year old girl is discussed and the technique of surgical removal is demonstrated in this video. Duration- 15:15.
- 11:22 Published: 04/25/2016
Obstruction of the submandibular duct by a stone is a common condition seen in a surgical practice. Supportive management is discussed, followed by the surgical technique to remove a stubborn stone from Wharton's duct. Run Time- 11:22.
- 16:33 Published: 04/25/2016
Subcutaneous air emphysema is a rare but dramatic complication in dentistry. It is due to air being driven into the perioral soft tissues during a dental procedure. This video discusses the etiology and treatment of this complication. It can be prevented by the use of a rear-venting handpiece for surgical procedures. Duration - 16:32
- 27:47 Published: 04/25/2016
Guided Implant Surgery has revolutionized implantology. In this case, this technology is used to place an implant at the time of extraction in to the most ideal position. A custom provisional crown was prepared ahead of time that fitted precisely on the implant at surgery, without any adjustment. The workflow to accomplish this is discussed. Duration 27:47.
- 8:18 Published: 04/25/2016
In this video, Dr. Reznick discusses the removal of a bony impacted mandibular 3rd molar in a medically-compromised 92 year old woman. Special considerations in this case are discussed. Run time 8:17
- 36:03 Published: 04/25/2016
This course covers the basics of managing the common intraoperative and postoperative complications that can occur with any oral surgical procedure. Duration- 36:02
- 18:49 Published: 04/25/2016
The anterior esthetic zone presents unique challenges to the implant surgeon. In this region, perfect implant placement is critical to get a good esthetic and functional result. The extraction-immediate implant case is especially complicated, since it is easy for the implant to become redirected during drilling and/or placement, even in the hands of an experienced surgeon. 3D imaging and CBCT-Guided implant surgery makes this process more accurate and predictable. It also allows for a custom provisional restoration to be made, which can be delivered at surgery, with minimal adjustment. The software and workflow of GALILEOS CBCT facilitate this treatment, as the software is very intuitive and the surgical guides allow deliver accuracy. This case demonstrates how GALILEOS Guided surgery made removal of tooth #8 and placement of an immediate implant a predictable and successful procedure. Run Time- 18:49
- 6:20 Published: 04/25/2016
This video shows the technique for removing a small buccal exostosis from the lateral maxilla using an osteotome. Duration 6:20.
- 16:41 Published: 03/24/2016
Oral surgery is more than just taking out teeth and placing implants. It also includes the evaluation and management of pathological lesions of the mucosa and within the bones of the face and jaws. Some of these are quite common and seen frequently in practice. Others are more rare. The process to evaluate and manage such lesions is an important skill to master, not only for specialists, but also for the general practitioner who practices in an area where there is not a specialist close by. This video explores the case of a patient presenting with pain in the mandible, the diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of the pathologic entity. Run time - 16:41
- 13:18 Published: 10/15/2015
This is another lesson in our series discussing intraoperative surgical complications. Preoperative evaluation of the patient and radiographs should alert the clinician to potential pitfalls. Should they occur, prior planning will help manage the situation and avoid untoward consequences. Run Time 13:18.
- 17:00 Published: 05/19/2015
This video shows a case using the BioHorizons Guided Surgery kit in which a ridge-split was performed to widen a narrow alveolar ridge and allow placement of four dental implants to replaced a failed maxillary anterior bridge. Using the available technology to plan accurate surgery and create a surgical guide to direct implant placement, the BioHorizons Guided Surgery kit facilitated accurate, precise implant placement in half the time of traditional techniques. Duration 17:00.
- 17:05 Published: 09/14/2013
An infected maxillary molar can encroach upon the maxillary sinus and create an oral-antral fistula when extracted. Large defects will not close on their own. When this complication is anticipated, surgery is planned to close the defect primarily. This video demonstrates a technique to do just that. Run time- 17:05
- 15:03 Published: 09/14/2013
This case demonstrates and discusses the removal of full bony impacted third molars in a healthy 16 year old. Run Time: 15:03