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0:22:41 Published: 03/19/2019
Removing an ankylosed root in an older patient can be challenging. It is even more so when the surgeon is attempting to remove the root as atraumatically as possible, so that a dental implant can be immediately placed. Just like with any other task, having the right tools makes the job more efficient, precise, and straightforward. For atraumatic extractions, the use of the ultrasonic piezotome with a tip that is designed to separate the ankylosed tooth from the surrounding alveolar bone, along with Proximators to expand the socket and elevate the root, are essential. Following this with the accuracy of fully-guided implant placement provides the ideal way to preserve bone and restore function. This case illustrates how these instruments and technologies are used to make immediate implant placement at the time of extraction efficient and accurate. Run time 22:41
11:19 Published: 12/14/2018
There is no such thing as a simple tooth removal. A non-surgical extraction can have many challenges and can result in unwanted complications. Making it look "easy" requires knowledge, skill and experience. This case, removal of an erupted mandibular central incisor, illustrates a number of points. Duration 11:19.
1:03:32 Published: 08/13/2018
Dental radiology of 30 years ago has evolved in to Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology due to the advances in 3D technology and CBCT. Dr. Reznick discusses many topics in this interview with Dr. Heidi Kohltfarber. Learn why you need 3D imaging in your practice, how to decide on which unit would be best for your practice, and a systematic approach to viewing a CBCT scan to maximize your diagnostic ability. See where this technology is moving in the future. Run time 1:03:32 (1.0 hour PACE CE credit).
05:04 Published: 07/05/2017
This video is not coupled with continuing educational credits.
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.
06:51 Published: 07/04/2017
One question many dentists have when beginning to place dental implants is "what instruments will I need to have in addition to the implant kit?". You don't have to go crazy spending money, but there are some basic instruments that you should have that will facilitate implant surgery. Dr. Reznick reviews his list of basic instruments and lets you know how and where to get them.
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
10:21 Published: 06/30/2016
This video shows an alternate, minimally-invasive technique for ridge preservation grafting following the atraumatic removal of a mandibular premolar, which was completely subgingival. Use of Proximators is demonstrated and the grafting technique is introduced. Duration - 10:21
1:02:44 Published: 05/20/2016
This video is not coupled with continuing education credits.
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
11:45 Published: 04/25/2016
This video is not coupled with continuing education credits.
In this introductory video, Dr. Jay Reznick discusses the teaching philosophy of the website and how to approach oral surgery cases with confidence and competence. You will also learn about Informed Consent and why this is so important for oral surgery procedures. Duration- 11:45
25:44 Published: 04/25/2016
This course reviews some basic principles regarding the management of infections of dental origin. Topics include I & D technique, culture/sensitivity testing, and antibiotic use. Duration 25:43
18:42 Published: 04/25/2016
This course discusses the basic principles involved in surgical extraction of teeth. Strategies for single versus multi-rooted teeth are outlined. Duration 18:42.
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
11:42 Published: 12/14/2014
An important component of surgical training is understanding what needs to b done to complete a procedure if a tooth does not come out as easily as expected. When the crown breaks off with the forceps, a non-surgical extraction becomes a surgical one and the approach and instruments must change. This video shows a technique of maxillary molar root removal after the crown has fractured off. It also shows what to do when the roots project into the maxillary sinus and removal perforates the sinus membrane. Run time- 11:42
11:44 Published: 01/26/2014
Rather than showing how to do a specific procedure, Dr. Reznick discusses some concepts that are generally only taught to surgical residents. In this video, the subjects of consistency and efficiency and how they apply to oral surgical procedures is presented. Run time- 11:43.