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The botiss podcast – sharing experience around state-of-the-art regenerative dentistry from colleague to colleague
In this format, we exchange and interact with clinicians and scientists from the field of hard- and soft tissue regeneration, focusing on new trends, techniques and their daily experience, as well as the latest scientific developments and studies. Thank you to all colleagues for participating in this project and giving valuable insights into your field of expertise!
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Episode 11: Innovative patient-tailored grafting solutions – behind the scenes of maxgraft® bonebuilder
Jacek Suchan meets Lisa Hoffmann
Lisa Hoffmann is a biologist from Austria and has been working at botiss for more than 3 years as product manager for the maxgraft® bonebuilder. In this podcast she will give some exclusive insights about this unique biomaterial, including its origin, production and the biology behind it. In addition to the scientific background, she will also provide valuable hints and resources concerning its successful clinical use.
Episode 10: Cutting-edge technology: The making of the maxgraft® bonebuilder
Jacek Suchan meets Goran Nikoloski
Goran Nikoloski leads a team of technical experts in Berlin who are responsible for the creation of custom-made allogenic bone blocks.
In this podcast he will outline every step of the making of the maxgraft® bonebuilder and give valuable practical tips for clinicians who are considering to use it for the first time.
Episode 9: Meet the expert – Behind the scenes of cerabone®
Jacek Suchan meets Sascha Böhm
Dr. Sascha Böhm is the product manager of one of the most successful bone grafting materials in the world. In this podcast, he will give some rare insights into the scientific secrets behind the production process of cerabone®. Being a biologist, he will also explain the properties and reasons that lead to this biomaterial’s outstanding clinical performance, including its exceptional purity, ultimate stability and superior hydrophilicity.
Episode 8: “The Lord of the Rings” talks about the development of bone rings and his cooperation with botiss
Nathalie Martin meets Bernd Giesenhagen
This is the second episode of our podcast season on the development of maxgraft® bonering. Bernhard Giesenhagen is – together with Orcan Yüksel – the inventor of the allogenic Bone Ring Technique. They have developed a bone augmentation technique which allows implant placement and bone block augmentation in a single surgery.
Our colleague Nathalie Martin is talking with him about his long cooperation with botiss and how he came up with the idea of the technique. He has placed more than 1000 rings successfully and is eager to share his experiences with us.
Episode 7: Ensuring maximum biomaterials safety in times of Covid-19
Jacek Suchan meets Benno Buchbinder
Biomaterials safety has always been a point of strength of botiss biomaterials. With the global spread of Covid-19, the question of virus-deactivation has become even more relevant.
In this podcast Dr. Benno Buchbinder, Managing Director at botiss, will give an insight into the production processes of the different biomaterials that botiss offers. In particular, he will describe in detail how scientifically proven processing methods are used to achieve maximum safety in the products of the botiss portfolio.
Episode 6: The role of soft tissue management in implantology
Jacek Suchan meets Carlo de Annuntiis
While bone grafting has always been an important topic in implantology, the question of soft tissue management has gained particular attention in recent years.
In this podcast, Dr. Carlo de Annuntiis from Rome will share his experience and expertise in that field, describing how soft tissue augmentation has gained more and more importance in his everyday clinical work.
He will particularly focus on the use of mucoderm® as an atraumatic alternative for soft tissue thickening and reconstruction.
Episode 5: Using biomaterials in OMS: Future trends and novel surgical approach
Maria Castex meets Rafaela Scariot
Dr. Scariot discusses her clinical experience and view in the use of biomaterials in OMS.
She shares insights about her novel surgical technique, “the wrap technique” using cerabone® and Jason® membrane in an unconventional way to overcome aesthetic pitfalls, and her clinical approach on the use of biomaterials for orthognathic surgery.
Episode 4: Cooperation with botiss and the bone ring technique
Nathalie Martin meets Orcan Yüksel
Dr. Orcan Yüksel is – together with Bernd Giesenhagen – the inventor of the allogenic Bone Ring Technique. They have developed an augmentation technique which allows bone transplantation and implant placement to be performed on large three-dimensional bone defects in a single surgery. Our colleague Nathalie Martin is talking with him about his long cooperation with botiss, the development of maxgraft® bonering and the technique itself. Orcan and Bernd have placed more than 1000 rings successfully – we are looking forward to Orcan sharing his experiences with us.
Episode 3: The pathway to becoming an international speaker for botiss
Jacek Suchan meets Piero Papi
Dr. Piero Papi, one of the youngest researchers at La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy, has already published several papers on the topics of hard and soft tissue regeneration applying a diverse range of clinical techniques. He also lectured at numerous national and international congresses and events. In this podcast, Dr Papi shares with us some of the most interesting studies he has conducted as university researcher and his experience of becoming an international speaker for botiss biomaterials.
Episode 2: New approaches in socket preservation and orthodontically driven corticotomy
Arturo Robertazzi meets Alfonso Caiazzo
Dr. Caiazzo shares with us his solid clinical experience on the Buccal Plate Preservation (BPP) technique, which aims at preventing the eventuality of an unaesthetic outcome due to the resorption of the buccal plate. In addition, Dr. Caiazzo briefly discusses a new approach for regenerative orthodontics, based on the application of the application of bone grafting materials and combined with mucoderm®, which allows to expand the bony basis and the alveolar regeneration and to further increase the soft tissue profile.
Episode 1: Biomaterials in immediacy
Jacek Suchan meets Massimo Frosecchi
Shorter treatment times and growing clinical and scientific evidence have made immediacy protocols increasingly popular in the past years.
In this podcast, Dr. Massimo Frosecchi shares with us his experience in the field of immediacy with particular attention to the choice of the right combination of biomaterials.
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