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Dr. Cory Glenn’s Implant Pearls and Products

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Based on Cory Glenn’s Dental Town Post ‘Cory Glenn’s Implant Pearls and Products‘.

if you have a dental town login you can see the discussion here:

  • CBCT planning and guided surgery will save you money by decreasing the time needed for surgery, making your surgeries more precise, decreasing the need for lots of inventory, and making your restorative costs more predictable.
  • CBCT planning and guided surgery will make you more money through increased case acceptance, more referrals, giving you confidence to tackle more cases, and by helping determine which cases will be complicated and/or less profitable

dr glenn writes:

Which Implants To Use

Everyone’s titanium integrates……. some just integrate much cheaper!

  • Use a value branded implants with a good track record like Blue Sky Bio (my favorite)
  • Use a conical connection with a platform switch
  • Use implants with aggressive threading

Reduce Your Risks:  Failures are the Kiss of Death

  • Flap everything you can and bury the implants with primary closure in a 2 stage approach.
  • Flap rather than punch at uncover to gain keratinized gingival by rolling it to the buccal
  • Avoid immediate placement until you’re very experienced.  I suggest grafting all sites with                 Maxxues 50:50 Mineralized/Demineralized FDBA ($51 for 0.5cc) mixed with Fusion Bone Binder (Woodland Hills Pharmacy) and covered with a collaplug in single rooted teeth or a Cytoplast TXT-200 Nonresorbable membranes ($40) in molar sockets
  • Stick with shorter implants (8 and 10mm lengths).  There’s almost no value in a longer implant unless primary stability is of the utmost importance (ie immediate and single staged implants which you’re not going to do…… right!?
  • Stay 2-3 mm from anything with a name (inferior alveolar canal, mental foramen, etc)

Tips to do More Implants

  • Learn to do conservative crestal sinus lifts. 30% of all potential implant sites you encounter will need a sinus bump or a sinus lift.
  • Buy a CBCT.  Having to refer out for scans creates a much bigger barrier than you realize.  Most dentists find that the number of implants they do doubles once they get CBCT in office.
  • Plan cases in front of the patient.  The purpose is twofold:  you will be able to confidently tell them whether you can do the case and what it will cost right then and there.  It also creates a significant “wow factor” when your patients see you using this level of technology and planning.
  • Lower your prices.  Price is your gas pedal.  If you want to do more, step on the gas and lower fees.  A routine single tooth placed guided takes me an average of 2 hours total time and 3 appointments from start to finish.  Even by charging a bundle fee of $2500, you’ll still generate over $1,000 an hour.
  • Offer in house financing:  Implants are perfect for financing since they won’t get the final product for several months after starting the process.  Not staying current with payments? No implant crown for you!
  • New to Blue Sky Bio?  Listen to this webinar to learn more about the company, the owners, and their products.

Recommended Product List for Guided Surgery

  • Blue Sky Bio Software
  • Dental Mark Cone Beam Radiographic Markers- 7-8 of these are be placed on the denture prior to scanning the patient.
  • Radiopaque Barium Sulfate Acrylic 12%- for making radiopaque denture scan appliances.
  • Blue Sky Bio Single Cut Drills- These are recommended when using the single drill guided surgery protocol.  They are also the same drills that are in the BSB basic surgical kit so if you have a basic kit, you have a guided kit.  If you are buying them individually, there is a particular drill matched to each size and type of implant.  
  • Surgical Guide Tubes-  These are precisely matched to each particular drill. 
  • Guide fixation pins for use in full arch cases. 
  • Blue Sky Bio Academy for live or online training in basic and advanced guided surgery and case planning
  • Live courses:  
    Online membership:    

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3d Printing Labs…
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The Ferguson Technique – Dental implants using 3D printed surgical guides

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dr rick ferguson dmd presents a webinar hosted by michael saltzman, director of guided surgery from blue sky bio.

dr. ferguson is a diplomat of the icoi, associate fellow of the aaid, clinical assistant professor university of florida. he has lectured nationally and internationally he teaches live surgery and is a visiting lecturer at the university of miami gpr program. he has a full time private practice in davie, fl. his course in dental implants can be viewed on his website here

dr ferguson gives a brief look at previous guided surgery techniques and guides and compares them to the current method he uses and teaches in using 3d printed surgical guides. rick describes the development of his technique which enables in practice low cost guided surgery.

Several cases are presented during this webinar including each stage of the workflow for each case, reasoning and options, costs and alternatives. Please note that case documentation includes 3D scans of bones as well as photos and video of guided surgery taking place which is quite graphic, the information presented is more suited to dentists than patients.

examples of workflows in past high cost methods and current low cost 3d printed guides. dr ferguson shows examples using robox and provides comparisons to form2 dentalsg workflows and printed surgical guides.

the free software dr ferguson uses in this video can be found in the links below:

  • Blue Sky Plan is a free software package from Blue Sky Bio. You can download this software and learn techniques to use it here
  • Meshmixer
  • AutoMaker is the software used to send the .stl files created in Blue Sky Plan to Robox

383棋牌老是输you can buy a robox as used by dr ferguson directly from blue sky bio’s us website (select united states from the dropdown on their site) or from a robox reseller closer to you the material used to print surgical guides with robox is ngen by dutch company colorfabb, you can buy this from robox resellers on robox smartreels. robox does allow printing with materials from other suppliers and the range of materials available on smartreels is constantly being updated.

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