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Biological dentistry refers to a form of dentistry that takes account of the human body from a biological perspective. We recognize that the masticatory apparatus is very closely connected to the entire body and is located in the immediate vicinity of eminently important organs.
The importance of the masticatory system is also evident in the fact that the fifth cranial nerve (trigeminal nerve), which supplies it, is the largest cranial nerve, accounting for 50% of the space of all cranial nerves.
1.1 Biological dentistry
Dr. Ulrich Volz provides you with an overview of the topic in this video: Biological dentistry.
The most important no-goes in the handling and implantation of ceramic implants from.
1.3 My Biohealth Week
The Swiss Biohealth Week is an elementary component of “THE SWISS BIOHEALTH CONCEPT”.
This video series revolves around the surgical focus of the implantation of ceramic implants from SDS Swiss Dental Solutions.
2.1 Implant placement from A to Z
Short overview of the individual steps of an implantation from the incision to the placement of the ceramic implant.
2.2 SDS implant system
The SDS implant system basically consists of the two product categories SDS1.1 (one-piece) and SDS2.0 (two-piece).
2.3 One-piece vs two-piece
In this video, Dr. Ulrich Volz explains the different areas of application of the one-piece and two-piece implants.
2.4 Special shapes
Overview, use, application and effect of the special shapes of SDS implants.
2.5 Number of implants
Ideal number and positioning of implants.
Interference fields in the oral cavity can be the cause of a wide range of complaints throughout the body. The concept of the interference field works on the assumption that an inflammatory process at a specific point in the body can provoke a response at another and, in doing so, lead to chronic complaints. To heal a sick person, it is necessary to remove all of these interference fields.
Root-treated teeth and NICO are among the most significant interference fields in the masticatory system. A prior interference field diagnosis and the respective medical history contribute to ensuring successful treatment.
3.1 Mix infusion
Step-by-step instructions for the correct mixing of an infusion.
3.2 Place infusion
The infusion is then placed here, with the following things having to be taken into account.
3.3 Draw blood
There are several reasons for drawing blood from the patient over the course of the operation. The correct method can be seen in this video.
3.4 Handling of the PRF membrane
The production and handling of a PRF membrane.
3.5 Titanium implant extraction
Approach for the extraction of titanium implants.
3.6 Upper jaw NICO
Protocol for the removal of NICO in the upper jaw.
3.7 NICO 26 + internal lift
Cleaning of the specified region and internal lift with a two-piece implant.
3.8 NICO 38
Operative removal of a NICO in the lower jaw.
3.9 Remove amalgam
Instructions for the complete removal of amalgam fillings.
The ALL IN ONE surgical treatment concept was developed on the basis of the 28 years of experience of Dr. Ulrich Volz and has been applied at the SWISS BIOHEALTH CLINIC since 2016.
According to this concept, all interference fields in the mouth are (to the greatest extent possible) removed within a single session and the implants are placed immediately. The SWISS BIOHEALTH CONCEPT and the SWISS BIOHEALTH WEEK are also decisive for success.
The objective is to use a perfectly functioning immune system to ensure that the individual in question undergoes the greatest possible improvement as quickly as possible.
4.1 Drilling protocol
The biological drilling protocol is based on the four bone classes.
4.2 One- or two-piece?
The decision about whether to opt for a two- or one-piece implant can be made right up to the last second.
4.3 Lower jaw balcony implant
Do not be irritated by the frequent angulation of the roots.
4.4 Upper jaw balcony implant
Procedure for the implantation of a balcony implant in the upper molar region.
4.5 Internal lift oval
Immediate implantation of a 4.6-ov implant with a perfect emergence profile.
4.6 Sinus implant
The filling of the sinus cavity with biological material.
Use of the short implant in bone class 2.
The use of the Safescraper for the safe harvesting of autogenous, compact bone.
4.9 Apical mattress suture
Using the example of the lower jaw with a lingual incision.
4.10 Canine inner curve
Principle for positioning the canines to prevent the resorption of the buccal lamella.
Peel wide, no vertical relief, no periosteal slit.
Use of the mobile Periotest M using the anterior tooth as an example.
4.13 Bone class 4
Drilling sequence for bone class 4.
4.14 Bone class 3
Drilling sequence for bone class 3.
4.15 Bone class 2
Drilling sequence for bone class 2.
4.16 Bone class 1
Drilling sequence for bone class 1.
One of the decisive success factors in the use of SDS ceramic implants is the prosthetic restoration, especially in the case of immediate implant placement with immediate restoration. The prosthetics on SDS ceramic implants differ significantly from prosthetics on titanium implants, for example.
The high-performance ceramic zirconia has its own rules. We have learned to understand them and have developed an appropriate solution for each indication.
5.1 Prosthetics from A to Z
Step-by-step instructions for prosthetics on SDS ceramic implants.
5.2 Long-term temporary restoration after
immediate implant placement
5.3 Angulation and grinding
SDS 1.1/ 1.2 front tooth upper jaw | tooth #8 – Pos. 1/1
5.4 Long-term temporary restoration
Preparation of the long-term temporary restoration after immediate implantation.
5.5 Remove cover screw
Removal of the SDS2.0 cover screw following the healing of the implants using an Allen key.
5.6 Cement SDS2.0 abutment
Step-by-step instructions for the cementation of the abutments for SDS2.0 implants.
5.7 Grind implant shoulder
After the abutment has hardened sufficiently (approx. 5 to 8 minutes) with a Red Ring diamond.
5.8 Temporary restoration and impression taking
Procedure for the production of the temporary restoration and impression taking.
5.9 Spray contact surface
Spray contact surface to gingiva with corundum 50micron.
5.10 Final prosthetic restoration
Fitting of the finished crowns, no friction with light biting.
5.11 Healing cap SDS1.1
Removal of the healing cap, shortening and positioning of the impression post.
Complications, such as a stuck cover screw, may occur in a few cases. We also have a solution at hand for these special challenges.
6.1 Cover screw is stuck
Slitting of the worn drive before turning out with the help of a spatula.
6.2 Ceramic implant explanation
In this example, a 5.0 implant that was damaged in an accident is extracted.
6.3 Root infracture
Removal of an ankylotic tooth through root infracture and densotomy.
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