Piezosurgery in implant dentistry

Abstract: Piezosurgery, or the use of piezoelectric devices, is being applied increasingly in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Read this review and sign up to receive Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dentistry journal here: https://www.dovepress.com/articles.php?article_id=24561
Figure 1 Piezoelectric preparation of an implant site (right maxilla).

Figure 1 Piezoelectric preparation of an implant site (right maxilla).

Figure 2 Removal of an infected blade implant (left mandible).

Figure 2 Removal of an infected blade implant (left mandible).

Figure 3 Sinus elevation with simultaneous implant placement.

Figure 3 Sinus elevation with simultaneous implant placement.

Figure 4 Removal of sinus septum.

Figure 4 Removal of sinus septum.

Figure 5 Harvesting of a corticocancellous ramus bone graft (right mandible).

Figure 5 Harvesting of a corticocancellous ramus bone graft (right mandible).

Figure 6 Minimally invasive augmentation procedure (right mandible).

Figure 6 Minimally invasive augmentation procedure (right mandible).

Figure 7 Harvesting of ideally shaped bone graft from the zygomatic bone.

Figure 7 Harvesting of ideally shaped bone graft from the zygomatic bone.

Figure 8 Ridge splitting (right mandible).

Figure 8 Ridge splitting (right mandible).

Figure 9 Lateralization of the inferior alveolar nerve (right mandible).

Figure 9 Lateralization of the inferior alveolar nerve (right mandible).

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