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MDI in Difficult Mandible

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In this section, I cover how to treat less than ideal edentulous mandibles. Both horizontally and vertically resorbed mandible treatment protocols are clearly illustrated in successful procedures performed in my office. When you learn these techniques, you will be able to treat nearly all edentulous mandible cases.

#1 – Minimal Flap Management for MDIs in Atrophic Tall/Thin Mandibular Ridge
#2 – Immediate Extraction, Mini Placement & Immediate Load of FLD
#3 – Handling Vertically Atrophic Mandibles
#4 – Incision & Flap management in Edentulous Mandible
#5 – Preventing Coronal Tissue Migration in Mini implant Surgery with Flap

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#1 – Minimal Flap Management for MDIs in Atrophic Tall/Thin Mandibular Ridge
Tall and thin bony crest often makes it impossible to place minis without cresting a flap.  This segment shows how you effectively manage thin and tall crest by creating a small minimal flap and place minis for immediate loading.

#2 – Immediate Extraction, Mini Placement & Immediate Load of FLD
This very interesting immediate case illustrates coordinating extraction of remaining lower teeth, placement of mini implants, followed by insertion of immediate full lower denture and  immediate loading of minis under the immediate denture.  Practical and clear step by step protocol to combine multiple procedure in fewer visits is demonstrated

#3 – Handling Vertically Atrophic Mandibles
This instructional segment teaches how to safely & successfully handle edentulous mandible with advanced vertical bone atrophy.  Treating these cases can be very tricky and difficult.  In this segment, you will gain practical insight,  essential background and confidence to treat these cases

#4 – Incision & Flap management in Edentulous Mandible
Extensive flap is created in edentulous mandible with thin and tall ridge that does not allow flapless osteotomy.  Alveoloplasty and simultaneous mini implant placement are featured

#5 – Preventing Coronal Tissue Migration in Mini implant Surgery with Flap
Soft tissue growth following the surgery that requires creating flap is not uncommon.  This segment reviews how to prevent unfavorable coronal migration of soft tissue associated with flap surgery

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