3D Bond – Socket Grafting With Buccal Plate Deficiency | VIDEO
3D Bond Protocol For Socket With Flap Reflection
3D Bond Protocol For Socket Without Lifting a Flap
3D Bond Socket Grafting With Buccal Plate Deficiency |VIDEO
A prospective randomized controlled clinical trial to compare hard tissue changes following socket preservation
Biphasic Calcium Sulfate – Overview
Biphasic Calcium Sulfate As an Alternative Grafting Material in Various Dental Applications
Biphasic Calcium Sulfate Grafting: A New Treatment for Peri-Implantitis
Bond Apatite – Socket Grafting With Collagen Sponge | VIDEO
The patient is a 50 year old woman who needs an extraction of tooth #36 (19) due to a fractured root and peri apical infection. We will perform the bone graft with Bond Apatite.
Bone Cement Protocol #2
Bone Preservation in Dehiscence-Type Defects Using Composite Biphasic Calcium Sulfate
Calcium sulfate bone void filler: Past and Future clinical use
Clinical and Histological Evaluation of Socket Grafting
Comparative maxillary bone-defect
This case presented with a through-and-through cyst above the upper right central incisor #21 (#9). An implant is planned in the mid to long term however there was inadequate bone at presentation to consider this. After discussion with the patient, it was agreed to perform an apicectomy in order to allow bone infill prior to extraction. The cyst was removed, the apex removed and the defect filled with Bond Apatite®.
Cyst Enucleation with Bond Apatite
Socket grafting should be an indispensable part of our daily routine practice for obtaining optimal implant placement and proper functional and aesthetic rehabilitation. Nevertheless, many sockets are left non-grafted after extraction, owing to the complexity and cumbersomeness of traditional grafting
Dr. Amos Yahav – Socket Grafting with Bone Cements
Surgical techniques using bone cements Bone cement provides the dentists with a safe and predictable material to manage and minimize potential hard and soft tissue deficiencies. The goal of this webinar is to emphasize the main hardship of working with
Dr. Amos Yahav – It’s Hard to do Things the Easy Way
Lateral augmentation procedures for the expansion of narrow bone ridges pose complex challenges for the clinician. First, traditional augmentation techniques require extensive knowledge and experience due to the instability of existing bone grafting materials at the implant site. The more
Dr. Amos Yahav – Lateral Ridge Augmentation
The lecture presents dozens of cases of surgical treatment of small and large odontogenic cysts and similar pathologies of the jaws. In the surgical treatment, endodontic microsurgery techniques were used as well as augmentation of bone defects with the use
Dr. Damian Dudek – The Use of Bone Cement in The Support of Surgical Treatment of Odontogenic Cysts
The goal of this webinar is to discuss the mechanism of using Bond Apatite Bone Graft Cement based on literature and clinical experience that was accumulated since the product’s introduction into our clinical lives. This will allow greater understanding of the
Dr. David Baranes – The Evolution of Surgical Technique in The Aesthetic Zone
In this surgery Dr. Jose Camelo Ferreira removes a large cyst and then performs an apicoectomy of the right, first premolar and a small sinus lift. The surgery highlights the various applications of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate.
Dr. Jose Camelo Ferreira – Apicoectomy of the First Right Premolar
In this webinar, Dr. Ferreira shares his journey as an oral surgeon. His time as a specialist in traditional augmentation techniques, and how he adopted a new material and method that changed his surgical practice, along with the clinical experience
Dr. Jose Camelo Ferreira – Discovering the Bone Cement – A Personal Journey
Dr. Mariano Estrada – Revision de técnicas en Aumentos Oseos: Podemos mejorar los protocolos (ES)
Description: The lecture will discuss the use of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate cement in minor oral surgery and implant surgery and guided bone regeneration. Specific clinical situation and techniques will be demonstrated and discussed. Learning Objectives: To introduce the clinician to
Dr. Michael Katzap – Bone Graft Cement in Clinical Applications
This webinar will demonstrate clinical application of Bone Graft Cement. It will discuss the unique biphasic chemical composition of calcium sulfate and its application in bone grafting applications for minor oral surgery and implant surgery. Learning Objectives: What is biphasic
Dr. Michael Katzap – Bone Graft Cement in Clinical Applications
Description: Bone cements have rapidly gained favor in the reality of oral grafting procedures. The utility of cements as a grafting option has proven to be very versatile. We will explore the use of bone cements in very simple to
Dr. Robert Mogyoros – Bone Cement: From the Simple to the Complex
Through clinical cases, we will explore the numerous abilities and advantages of bone grafting from daily practice to complex surgeries. Learning Objectives: ⁃ Discover the interests and the advantages of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate in GBR. ⁃ Understand the potential role
Dr. Stéphane Berg – Biphasic Calcium Sulfate – Use in Surgical Practice Today
Description: Implant placement begins before the extraction stage. Most of the time, dentists are discovering the extent of bone loss during the extraction stage. If nothing is done at this stage, biological healing will leave a gap in the bone,
Dr. Stéphane Berg – Ridge Preservation
The maxillary sinus can be an obstacle in implant treatment planning that can be solved by the mastership of GBR. The combination of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate (BCS) and GBR protocols allows preservation of the sinus floor after extraction along with
Dr. Stéphane Berg – Sinus Lift
Pacijent se pojavio s nagnojenjem, bolom i pokretljivošću zuba br. 11 (8). Dijagnoza parodontalne lezije koja se ne može liječiti, pacijent je upućen na CT. Ekstrakcija zuba #11 (8) i degranulacija lezije. Defekt je ispunjen Bond Apatite® .
Ekstrakcija središnjeg sjekutića
Enhancing Extraction Socket Therapy with a Biphasic Calcium Sulfate
Learning Objectives: Learn from experts in the field about complicated surgical procedures. Explain the role of bone cement in immediate, Ao4 type cases. Explain the role of bone cements in zygoma cases. Watch as the experts present and discuss post
Expert Panel – Full Arch Rehabilitation with Bone Cements
In this panel 4 Augma bone cement experts will cover lateral augmentation clinical cases with thorough explanations, useful tips and address questions from clinicians. Experts in the panel: Dr. Michael Katzap, USA Dr. Stephane BERG, France Dr. José Camelo Ferreira,
Expert Panel – Lateral Ridge Augmentation with Augma
Dr. Guy Levi
Extraction & Augmentation with Bond Apatite
Teeth #12 (7) & #22 (10) are extracted with immediate implants. The soft and hard tissue is augmented with bone cements and a wound dressing is used to promote healing. Follow up takes place over the next 200 days until the final crowns are placed.
Extraction, Immediate Implants & Hard and Soft Tissue Augmentation
Augma’s revolutionary materials open a whole new world of opportunities. Biphasic Calcium Sulfate enables us to perform protocols which are less invasive surgical procedures with full tension on the flap without using a membrane, all while maximal closure is sufficient – the only material in
Full Tension, No Membrane, Maximal Closure – Logic Behind
The patient is a 55 year old, male. A mild smoker with a light form of diabetes which is under control. The osteointegration of the two implants in the area of teeth #44 (28) and #45 (29) was disappointing. The treatment plan was the opening of a surgical flap and augmentation with Augma Bond Apatite®.
GBR with Bond Apatite
45 year old male presented with vertical and lateral atrophy of the bone around the implant head. Implant was placed 15 years prior in tooth #45 (29).
GBR with Bond Apatite®
Bolesnica je imala nedostatak središnjih sjekutića, s velikim defektom na gornjem lijevom središnjem sjekutiću, vidljivom na osmijehu. Greben je bio sužen i dao bi nezadovoljavajući ishod. Postavljen je Bond Apatite® , a odgođeni cement je završen nakon 4 mjeseca.
Gornji središnji sjekutići, augmentacija i implantati
How To Activate 3D Bond
This is an instructional video that shows how to activate the Bond Apatite syringe.
How To Activate Bond Apatite
After activation, eject the material into a dish and let it set for 3 minutes. Use the syringe as a carrier (Any other bone carriers can be used as well). Place the material and use an osteotomy to push it inside.
Instructional Video – Closed Sinus Lift Protocol
Prepare the site for grafting. Place the cement and then press for 3 seconds with a finger, and again for 3 seconds with a periosteal elevator. Close the flap with tension.
Instructional Video – Lateral Augmentation Protocol
Activate the syringe and wait 1 minute before application. Eject the cement into the sinus cavity through the sinus lateral window until 2/3 of the sinus is filled.  For filling the last 1/3 and closing the sinus window. After activation of the cement (Do not wait 1 minute, eject it immediately into the site, place sterile dry gauze, press firmly for 3 seconds, and close the flap.
Instructional Video – Open Sinus Lift Protocol
Protect the cement by covering it with a collagen sponge and secure the sponge in place to the surrounding soft tissue by an initial suture, thereafter with a cross suturing above. During the initial stage of healing, the cement should not be left exposed.
Instructional Video – Socket Grafting without Flap Reflections – Collagen Sponge Protocol
Instructional video showing socket preservation with flap reflection using Augma Bond Apatite.
Instructional Video – Socket Preservation with Flap Reflection Protocol
No need to raise a flap. Extract the tooth and prepare the socket for grafting. Eject the cement into the socket. Press firmly over the cement for 3 seconds using dry sterile unfolded gauze and finger pressure followed by another 3-second press with
Instructional Video – Socket Grafting without Flap Reflections – Wound Dressing Protocol
Pacijent ima pokretljivost i fistulu na zubima #31 (24) i #41 (25) bez očitog uzroka osim pada nekoliko mjeseci ranije. Započeto je liječenje korijenskog kanala na oba zuba, s udlaganjem za stabilizaciju zuba. Korijenski kanal je kompletiran dokazima zacjeljivanja kost na vrhovima.
Korijenski kanal i proširenje Bond Apatitom
Raise a flap The flap should be minimally reflected in order to expose the entire grafted site (Only one vertical cut should be performed no more than 2-3 mm into the mobile mucosa). Do not perform any horizontal periosteal dissection
Lateral Augmentation/Crest & Ridge Widening
Lateralno povećanje donje, desne mandibule. Nakon dekortike površine vrši se povećanje Augma Bond Apatita.
Lateralna augmentacija Bond Apatite®
Pacijent je imao vertikalni i bočni gubitak kost . Ablacija inficiranog tkivo dovršena je Erbium YSGG laserom (2780nm), nakon čega je izvršena augmentacija Augma Bond Apatitom. Posjet 4 mjeseca nakon operacije pokazao je zdravu gingivu bez džepova, a radiografski snimci pokazali su rast kost .
Liječenje periimplantitisa uz pomoć lasera s Bond apatitom
In this live surgery, Dr. Jose Camelo Ferreira performs a lateral ridge augmentation that is as less traumatic as possible in the fifth sextant of the mandible to able us to put an implant on the missing inferior left central incisive
Live Surgery – Lateral Ridge Augmentation
This course covers 3 intra crestal sinus lift surgeries including treatment plan, live surgery without edits, X-ray post op and an extended Q&A session. Surgeries are performed by Dr. David Baranes and are explained by Dr. Amos Yahav.
Live Surgery – Sinus Lift
Watch a socket grafting procedure with a coverage of Augma Shield™Wound Dressing, including a Q&A session directly from ABCA live surgery
Live Surgery – Socket Grafting with Bond Apatite and Augma Shield™ Wound Dressing
Pacijent je zakazan za operaciju drugog stadija sa 6 mjeseci. Uočen je veliki dehiscencija defekt zbog neuspjelog GBR-a, utvrđeno je da je implantat stabilan. Donesena je odluka da se ispravi s Bond Apatite® .
Neuspješna korekcija GBR s Bond Apatite®
Sinus Lift – Lateral Window Approach Activate the syringe and wait 1 minute before application. Eject the cement into the sinus cavity through the sinus lateral window until 2/3 of the sinus is filled (During cement dispersion in the sinus cavity, if needed tap gently above the
Open Sinus Lift Lateral Window Approach
Osteotome Sinus Augmentation with Less Than 5 mm of Native Bone
Otvoreno podizanje sinusa s Bond apatitom
Properties and Clinical Applications of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate
Purpose: To compare dimensional changes and bone quality of two different grafting materials used for socket preservation. Materials and Methods: Thirty-three patients requiring extraction were recruited and randomly assigned to receive: biphasic calcium sulfate/ hydroxyapatite (BCS/HA); bovine derived xenograft (BDX)
Prospective randomized controlled clinical trial to compare hard tissue changes following socket preservation using alloplasts, xenografts vs no grafting: Clinical and histological findings
Due to the replacement of the cement into the patients’ own bone, the Radiographic appearance will vary during the healing period. During graft placement – Radiopaque 2-3 weeks post-op – Radiolucent 12 weeks post-op – Radiopaque
Radiographic Appearance
Reconstruction Of A Large Bone Deficiency In The Aesthetic Zone | VIDEO
Žena 50 godina, nepušač, s lakšim srčanim oboljenjima. Pacijentica je došla s pokretnim mostom preko slomljenog zuba br. 46 (30), zuba br. 47 (31) koji nedostaje, zuba br. 44 (28) s pokretnim korijenom i nadomjestka gotovo do visine kost . Distalni oslonac starog mosta bio je slomljen i polomljen na duže vrijeme zbog pandemije Covid-19. Prednji upornjak je mobilan i cijeli most je mobilan. Greben kost je tanak, kao što ćemo vidjeti. Plan je rađen u fazama.
Rehabilitacija grebena i veliki defekti kostiju zbog prijeloma korijena
Ridge Preservation Using Composite Alloplastic Materials
Extraction of a fractured and infected tooth. The sinus communication was repaired using 3D Bond, and Bond Apatite was then used for filling the bone defect.
Sinus Communication Repaired with 3D Bond® & Bond Apatite®
Sinus Lift – Intra Crestal Approach Activate the syringe. After activation, eject the material into a dish and let it set for 3 minutes. Use the syringe as a carrier (Any other bone carriers can be used as well).
Sinus Lift – Intra Crestal Approach
Sinus Lift – Lateral Window Approach Activate the syringe and wait 1 minute before application. Eject the cement into the sinus cavity through the sinus lateral window until 2/3 of the sinus is filled (During cement dispersion in the sinus cavity, if needed tap gently above the
Sinus Lift – Lateral Window Approach
Socket Grafting – No Buccal Wall | VIDEO
Before Flap reflection perform mesial oblique vertical incision (up to 2 mm into the mobile mucosa).  Raise full thickness flap, minimally as needed to expose the entire defect (Do not perform any manipulation to get tension free flap. No horizontal dissection release cuts,
Socket Grafting With Flap Reflection
Eject the cement into the socket.  Press firmly over the cement for 3 seconds using dry sterile unfolded gauze and finger pressure followed by another 3-second press with a peritoneal elevator.
Socket Preservation Without Flap Reflection
The patient is a Female, 38 years old and non smoker. She had an edentulous area for more than 10 years. The height of the under sinus bone: #15 (4) was 8 mm and #16 (3) was 4 mm. We
Summers’ Sinus Lift Using Augma Bond Apatite – A Case Report
The Biologic Effects of Bond Apatite® in New Bone Formation in Osseous Defects
Listen on Apple Podcast (iTunes) Listen on Google Podcast    EPISDOE 1 – “Starting from the Beginning” We took Dr. Yahav Amos, founder and CEO of Augma Biomaterials, for an in-depth discussion around the factors that led to the development
The Bone Cement Podcast – #1 Dr. Amos Yahav
EPISDOE #2-#4 – “The Logic Behind” This time we focus on the logic behind bone cement protocols through 3 key questions that contradict traditional bone grafting principles: #2 – Why Full Tension #3 – Why No Membrane #4 – Why
The Bone Cement Podcast – #2 The Logic Behind
EPISDOE #5 – “Off to the Races with Dr. Jonathan Abenaim” We hosted Dr. Abenaim for a fascinating podcast that transcended way beyond the dental treatment and touched the importance of patience for dentists, the significance of  non-verbal communication and the commitment to his patients.
The Bone Cement Podcast – #5 Off to the Races with Dr. Jonathan Abenaim
EPISODE #6 – “Spread the Word with Michael Katzap DDS” We enjoyed having our bone cement expert Dr. Michael Katzap for an in-depth discussion on his early career and the applications of bone cements. Michael shared his view on how
The Bone Cement Podcast – #6 Spread the Word with Michael Katzap DDS
EPISODE #7 – “Breaking Paradigms with Dr. Alberto Miselli” We were privileged to have Dr. Alberto Miselli for a fascinating discussion around personal and professional topics. Among the topics covered, Miselli shares his view on how it is mandatory to
The Bone Cement Podcast – #7 Breaking Paradigms with Dr. Alberto Miselli
EPISODE #8 – “Positive Forces with Dr. Omri Rudberg” “The corona is forcing the world to improve”. We had the pleasure of speaking to Dr. Omri Rudberg about his journey starting from the geriatric field and the need to help
The Bone Cement Podcast – #8 Positive Forces with Dr. Omri Rudberg
EPISODE #9 – “Pushing the Boundaries with Dr. Robert Mogyoros” We had the privilege of hosting Dr. Robert Mogyoros to discuss how he is utilizing bone cements to push the envelope, turning complicated surgeries into much simpler procedures. Dr. Mogyoros
The Bone Cement Podcast – #9 Pushing the Boundaries with Dr. Robert Mogyoros
The Use of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate (Bond Apatite®) for Surgical Treatment of Osseous Defects Resulting from Radicular Cysts – Clinical Study of 6 Months Follow‑up 
The Use of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate for Surgical Treatment of Osseous Defects Resulting from Radicular Cysts

The use of grafting material biphasic calcium sulfate for the treatment of osseous defects resulting from radicular cysts. Clinical study and six-month follow up
This webinar covers the work with bone cements from multiple aspects. For new users, This webinar provides you practical tips which increase predicatbility and clinical success. For existing users across all levels, this webinar will allow you to elevate your
Tips for Success with Bone Cements
Two Composite Bone Graft Substitutes for Maxillary Sinus Floor Augmentation
What to Expect – Soft Tissue Healing