PRACTICAL OSSEOUS SURGERY IN PERIODONTICS AND IMPLANT DENTISTRY

Author: Serge Dibart
Jean-Pierre Dibart

Edition: 1st Edition

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i am thrilled to be requested to put in writing the ahead for this new ebook on realistic osseous surgical operation. This e book is substantially wanted in dentistry and, quite frankly, is past due. i am specifically glad that Serge Dibart and Jean-Pierre Dibart determined to adopt this work and to offer the dental profession with a miles-wished useful resource within the control of intraoral bone.

I cannot help however smile once I see the phrases “bone” or “alveolar bone” or “osseous.” i am reminded of long ago on the start of my graduate schooling program in periodontology at Harvard under the mentorship of Paul Goldhaber. I did no longer realize until I arrived in Boston that Paul became a global authority on bone and that he might begin to educate my fellow residents and me all the intricacies and thrilling mysteries of bone. pretty frankly, I notion i used to be at Harvard to observe “periodontal pockets.” I keep in mind that in the first month of the residency application, my classmates and i turned around thru orthopedic surgical procedure at Massachusetts general hospital. Paul wanted us to see the management of bone up close and firsthand. And so we watched as hips, knees, and elbows were repaired or changed or tumors eliminated from arms and legs and next osseous defects grafted. It changed into an amazing advent to osseous surgical treatment. and soon thereafter, upon returning to the dental faculty, we had been given new Ochsenbein chisels and Schluger files and shown a way to take away and contour the alveolar bony defects related to periodontitis. We had been also taught the initial steps in bone regeneration using allograft fabric and later, tissue-guiding membranes. It became an exceptional time of being “immersed” in the education of the surgical control of bone.

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