The 21 Protocols
21 Step-by-step surgical protocols from free gingival grafting, through managing the missing buccal plate to crown lengthening and many more. Learn how to implement these protocols through Ziv's personalized coaching system.
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Welcome to the 21 protocols!
In the next 21 videos, I'm going to teach how to perform 21 procedures, step-by-step, in a concise and practical way.
Protocol 1: Free gingival graft
This protocol teaches you a simple technique to improve tissue quality, eliminate the frenum pull and prevent further recession.
Protocol 2: Managing the missing buccal plate
In this video you will learn to handle the missing buccal plate and the system I use.
Protocol 3: Vertical extraction
In this video I review the protocol for pure vertical extraction with minimal to no damage to the surrounding bone.
Protocol 4: Full arch closure
Following this protocol will allow you to create a full arch closure that is secure and doesn't open.
Protocol 5: Implant algorithm
The idea behind this protocol is to keep you focused on the path from tooth extraction (or a missing tooth) to the loading phase.
Protocol 6: Soft tissue grafting an implant site
Now that you know how to graft to improve tissue quality (protocol #1), let's apply the same principles for an implant site.
Protocol 7: Dry socket management
Many doctors fear this complications. Not you because you know what to expect and how to handle. All in this video
Protocol 8: Sinus perforation after extraction
That will happen. Even under the best circumstances. Some roots form the floor of the sinus. Here's the protocol
Protocol 9: Broken instrument management
Take a deep breath when it happens. Don't freak out and don't show how you feel to the outside world.
Protocol 10: Guided case work up
The guided world can be very complex and also very simple. Try to learn the basics before you tackle difficult cases.
Protocol 11: Socket Shield
I love this technique. It's not for beginners so be aware that complications can happen.
Protocol 12: Implant Surgery protocol
Every surgeon does it differently but what you'll find in this protocol is the way I do it.
The key for a proper sinus lift with the window technique is:
THE OUTLINE OF THE WINDOW.
The key for a proper sinus lift with the window technique is: THE OUTLINE OF THE WINDOW.
Protocol 14: Dentin graft processing
Great and stable graft. It gets ankylosed to the patient's bone
Protocol 15: Palatal pedicle flap
Get experienced first with a connective tissue harvesting. This technique is mostly for the esthetic zone but can also be used to closed an oro-antral fistula.
Protocol 16: Connective tissue graft harvest
This technique is called the "1 incision technique" but it's made out of 6 incisions I describe in the protocol.
Protocol 17: Local anesthesia for implants posterior mandible
Common question and you may have fallen victim to a common dogma about this.
Protocol 18: Indirect sinus lift
This procedure is a must for any dentist who wants to place implants in the posterior maxilla. Over 90% of all cases will require this simple procedure.
Protocol 19: Nerve injury management
Not fun and can lead to bad things. You must know the anatomy and prevent nerve injury.
Protocol 20: Functional crown lengthening
You don't have to live with deep sub-gingival margins or impressions that don't come out.
Protocol 21: Esthetic crown lengthening
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