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9th Edition of International Conference on Dentistry
and Oral Health

September 02-04, 2024 | Madrid, Spain

September 02-04, 2024 | Madrid, Spain
ICDO 2017

New bone grafting technique for soft tissue repositioning and radicular and or implant bone defect replacement

Samuel Tacher Levy, Speaker at Oral Health Conferences
La Klinika, Mexico
Title: New bone grafting technique for soft tissue repositioning and radicular and or implant bone defect replacement


This innovative minimally invasive bone grafting technique was developed 8 years ago having as principal objective giving bone support for repositioning soft tissues that have recessions that ranged from 2 mm to 13 mm. Very small incisions are done superior to the recession area, carefulldisection of the periostium with bold instruments is done to liberate the gingiva, the particulate bone graft (we recommend using autologous bone mixed with allogenic bone grafting material) is then condensed carefully taking the soft tissues to their original position and giving support to roots and or implants that present vertical or horizontal bone loss. Providing support for gingival repositioning and solid support for dental organs that present moderate to severe mobillity, soft tissue recessions, and bone loss replacement for implants and dental roots.


Dr. Samuel Tacher graduated from Universidad Intercontinental school of dentistry in Mexico City, did his residency in oral and maxillofacial residency at The University of Texas in Houston. Since he returned to Mexico he has been involved in teaching at university, for more than 20 years lecturing national and internationally and publishing articles mostly on implantologyandoral reconstruction. Dr. Tacher has developed social programas to provide oral care for the most needed with great succes. Recently published a new technique for mandibular local anesthesia (http://www.medigraphic.com/flipbook/od/od2017/num3/mobile/index.html#p=7). Research and questioning always if there is a better way brought as a result different techniques that improves quality and reduces costs and complications, that`s how this new bone graft technique was conceived resulting in the possibility of returning tissues both hard and soft to their anatomic and physiologic state giving the patient a much better quality of life, function ans esthetic.