The video clips listed below are a small sampling of implant surgery videos taken from our massive Dental Health Video Library where demonstrations and live treatment examples exist for a variety of popular interest areas in tooth replacements and reconstructive dentistry.

    • One Appointment Full Mouth Implant Reconstruction:

      Full mouth reconstruction that incorporates extractions, bone grafts, ridge splitting,
      placement of immediate load implants and a full mouth of temporary prosthetic teeth can all take place in one day… one appointment.
      With the right combinations of technologies and surgical procedures patients can avoid being without teeth. Footage provided by
      Ara Nazarian, DDS, Troy MI.

    • Atlas One Hour Implants for Existing Loose Dentures:
      Patients who are unable to undergo traditional implant surgery and/or seek to reuse their current denture can complete an implant placement protocol in about an hour. See how existing dentures are modified, without o-rings to create a snug fit at considerable cost savings compared with other technologies. Video material produced by Henry Schein Dental, distributor of Atlas Narrow Body Implants.
    • Dental Implants vs Dentures or Bridgework:
      Animated video provides a visual outline of the different types of tooth replacement options and procedures for replacing a single tooth or several teeth. Comparisons are made with popular choices. Recommended viewing for patients still in the process of evaluating which treatment options are best, in terms of cost, endurance, comfort, cosmetics and function. Footage produced by Bicon Implants and provided through Dr. Edward Brant of Long Island NY.
    • Implants Gone Bad: Removal Procedure
      Specialized implants exist for a variety of tissue health conditions that promote the highest degree of osseointegration and biocompatibility for any given tissue area. Short implants, long implants, tapered implants, barrel type, etc. Abutment devices also add more degrees of customization. In this video, short, low profile implants failed in the rear-most (posterior) areas of the jaw. See how dental implants are safely removed without compromising tissue health so future implant replacements can be successful. Video material provided by Edward Brant, DDS, MS of Long Island NY
    • Lower Jaw Implants: One Day Tooth Replacement:
      A 4 minute video showing extractions of lower jaw teeth with same appointment placement of dental implants with immediate loading of temporary teeth. New teeth without being toothless. When implants become fully integrated with lower jawbone porcelain teeth will replace temporaries made from composite resin. Footage provided by Dr. Ara Nazarian of Troy, MI
    • Ridge Splitting for Thin Jawbone:
      GRAPHIC – About a 2 minute video demonstrating how specialized instruments are used to augment and create new width and substance to thinning jawbones. The bony ridge is carefully split to accommodate precision sized implants and then fortified with bone graft material that quickly generates new healthy bone that is fully integrated with the patient’s jawbone and the implant devices. Video footage created by Andrew Kelly, DDS of Clemmons, NC
    • Manual Ridge Split Grafting:
      A multimedia outline of how ridge splitting and bone compaction instruments improves the integrity of jawbone material as it is being prepared for dental implants. Practiced by only a few accomplished implantologists nationwide, ridge splitting can assure implant success for patients who have had a history of compromised jawbone mass. Implants for this patient (live surgery) were placed on upper and lower jaws. Material provided by Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee WI
    • Receding Gum Root Coverage – Growing New Gum Tissue
      Periodontal tunneling is a popular and effective grafting procedure to augment or replenish lost or compromised tissue. See how the gingival tissues are prepared for tunneling and the actual process of moving the graft material through the tunnel into precise locations. A proprietary suturing technique is used to create the normal snug fit for each anterior tooth while simultaneously raising the gum line higher, thereby reversing the appearance of a minor receding gum line. Video footage provided by Edward Brant, DDS, MS, Long Island, NY.
    • Easy X-TRAC System: Animation Video Extraction Technology – Preventing Extraction Related Bone Loss:
      An animated demonstration of the Easy X-TRAC System that now provides dentists and dental specialists the ability to extract teeth with no bone loss, no tilting or twisting movements and, subsequently, no post-traumatic swelling. Additional benefits may include the the avoidance of needed bone restoration (grafting) and healing time of soft tissue.
    • Jaw Trauma: Rehabilitative Implant Bone Graft Dentistry:
      Sports activities and automobile accidents are two of the most common causes of severe trauma to the anterior jaw and teeth. See how dental implant procedures incorporating GTR membranes and injectable bone graft products are used to refortify bone health for future implant tooth replacements. Footage created by Dr. Edward Brant of Long Island NY.
    • Implant Site Preparation – Eliminating Bone Loss Associated with Extractions:
      A live clip showing the use of minimally invasive atraumatic tooth extraction instruments that eliminate or minimize the usual bone loss that can occur with traditional tooth extractions. Watch basic pre-extraction procedures that include a small pilot hole and preliminary severing of ligaments. Extraction occurs literally within seconds. Recommended viewing for prospective implant patients.
    • Missing Canines: Replacing What Mother Nature Forgot:
      Congenitally missing teeth are really not all that uncommon, representing two of the most common birth defects that occur in dentistry. Orthodontics and Maryland bridges are popular choices for treatment Dental implants however are the only products that stimulate and preserve jawbone in exactly the same fashion that Mother Nature does with natural teeth. See how congenitally missing teeth are prepared for modern dental implants. Footage created by Dr. Edward Brant of Long Island NY.
    • NobelActive Drilling Comparison
      A short animation that demonstrates the drilling sequence protocol for traditional implants versus the NobelActiv implant device. Fewer drilling steps reduces surgical trauma and by virtue of the implant design, a tighter, autocompressive result is obtained.
    • NobelActive Implant:
      Unique bone compression and redirection capabilities can make the difference for some patients becoming a candidate for implants. Special characteristics of an implant design that enable accomplished implant dentists and surgeons to effectively place implants in areas where bone has been compromised or marginalized. Material provided through Dr. Edward Brant
    • NobelReplace: Most Widely Used Implant Technology
      A visual outline of Nobel Biocare’s NobelTapered implant device that is routinely used by a wide range of implant specialists. The proven combination of titanium and zirconia materials enable patients to achieve the best cosmetic and functional outcome from their dental treatments that can endure for years and years.Material provided through Dr. Edward Brant
    • Zimmer Implant Surgery Demo
      Animated video that provides a step by step visual outline of the steps taken for placing 3 One Piece proprietary implants developed by Zimmer dental. See how sequential drilling is implemented to eliminate or minimize hard tissue loss while the implant site is prepared for a specific diameter implant. Implant surgery begins with the assumption that implant sites are replete with healthy bone (assumed bone grafting has been completed). Recommended viewing for patients considering dental implants. Created and produced by Zimmer Dental.
    • Implant Innovations: Cantilever Fixed Bridge
      Post graduate training programs are now training creative dentists to employ the latest advancements in cantilevered implant and fixed bridge design (similar to Nobel Biocare All On Four) to create tooth replacements that were once considered impossible. Watch how one doctor creates a full arch of teeth with minimum of bone… saving his patient from being forced to wear a lower denture. Material provided by Dr. Ara Nazarian, Troy MI
    • Traditional Implant – Perio Flap Surgery and Placement
      A condensed live surgery (Extremely GRAPHIC) clip showing the placement of 4 maxillary dental implants for a female patient employing traditional perio flap periodontal procedures for accommodating standard implant devices. Viewing time approximately 5 minutes. Recommended viewing for patients considering multiple implant surgeries in the upper jawbone. Media provided by Dr. James Sanderson of Birmingham AL
    • Biohorizon Posterior Guided Implants
      A slide show video of Guided Implant surgery for placing two new teeth in the posterior area of the upper (maxillary) jaw. Custom surgical guides all but eliminate some of the most common errors or mistakes that are commonly associated with free-hand placement of implants. The surgical guide used for this patient enabled the use of a perio punch, eliminating the need for a perio flap to expose the bone ridge (customary for many implant surgeries). Video footage created by Dr. Ara Nazarian, DDS, Troy MI
    • Guided Dental Implant Surgery – Nobel Guide Demonstration
      A Nobel Bio care animated film clip demonstrating the process of using Nobel Guide surgery templates for locating and assuring the best implant placements possible,
      based on the creation of templates derived from 3 Dimensional imaging technologies.
      Multimedia clip provided through Dr. James Sanderson, Birmingham AL
    • NobelGuides – Teeth In An Hour

      A short demonstration of an actual Teeth-in-an-Hour implant         surgery.Watch how 4 dental implants are placedin the lower jaw using the advanced technologies of implant surgery templates for achieving precision accuracy of placement.
      Multimedia clip provided by Dr. James Sanderson, irmingham  AL

      • Chin Block Harvesting – Creating Autogenous Bone Graft Product
        WARNING – This video extremely GRAPHIC – The characteristics of jawbone frequently defines what type of bone grafting procedure will produce the best results in terms of predictability and long term endurance. In this video a male patient sustained an implant failure due to poor bone quality in the maxilla. It was determined that to augment the insufficient width and density of bone at the implant site, a solid piece of healthy bone would provide a solid foundation for recreating an “implant environment” that is second, only perhaps, to what mother nature provides. Surgery footage provided by Dr. Edward Brant of Long Island NY
      • Chin Block Graft Surgery – Autogenous Bone Grafting:
        WARNING – This video extremely GRAPHIC – This multimedia presentation is comprised of detailed still photography that outlines the steps and procedures in a more radical form of replacing bone in the jawbones that uses the best source of graft material… that of the patient. EXTREME CLOSEUP PHOTOGRAPHY shows the harvesting process of creating Chin Block Graft material that is subsequently used for rehabilitating and re-fortifying areas of the jawbone that are the weakest. provided by Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee WI
      • Lower Jaw Bone Augmentation
        WARNING – This video extremely GRAPHIC – Periodontitis requires removal of all diseased tissue and all teeth in the lower jaw. Grafting products including Puros Allograft and GTR membranes are used to rebuild what was lost to assure a healthy foundation for lower arch teeth replacement.Traditional and provisional implants are used to provide immediate dental function via a denture prosthetic with the planned goal of an implant supported bridge.
      • Diagnosing Healthy Osseointegration: Implant Loading
        Implant failures are commonly caused by osseointegration failures that can be attributed to one or several complicating factors. Technologies do exist however for dentists, surgeons, periodontists and implantologists to objectively measure the amount and rate of osseointegration which is critical for determining when an implant should be loaded with the restoration crown(s) or prosthesis. Watch a animated clip demonstrating the Ostell Mentor device. Utilizing Resonance Frequency Pulses, it provides technical data that can have a dramatic impact on treatment success.
      • I-Cat 3 Dimensional Imaging Process
        Manufacturer’s demonstration clip showing the basic operations of the I-Cat Cone Beam 3 Dimensional Imaging equipment (catscan) that many oral surgeons and implantologists are incorporating into their practice. Combined with virtual treatment planning software products, dental surgery, including implants, tmj analysis, airway passage diagnostics and bone grafting, can be performed with phenomenal accuracy. Material provided by Dr. James Sanderson, Birmingham, AL
      • Sirona Galileos 3 Dimensional Imaging Process

        Cone Beam imaging is proving to be a popular choice for dentists
        seeking accurate and detailed scans used in many oral surgery and implant dentistry procedures.
        Current three dimensional cone beam devices include ICat and Galileos, featured here.

      • Kodak 9000 3 Dimensional Catscans

        Manufacturer’s animation of the Kodak 9000 3 Dimensional imaging equipment used by oral surgeons and implant dentists
        that takes advantage of the latest developments in catscan technology.
        The Kodak 9000 offers dental surgeons the ability to switch between a 3-D mode and a 2-D
        Panographic mode through the use of user-changeable sensors. Material provided through Dr. Ara Nazarian, Troy MI

      • CoDiagnosis: CatScans Made Simple
        Chicago Implant dentist provides Catscan training for all patients seeking surgical treatments for dental implants, fixed bridges, implant supported bridges, extractions, sinus lift surgery, grafting and periodontal disease surgery. Patients quickly comprehend catscan data and participate in treatment planning that assures best uses of available technologies for replacing teeth and tissues.
      • Sirona SICAT Implant Guide – One Implant
        Surgery guides by SICAT can be made to fit OVER existing teeth and provide the precision that only a surgical guide can provide. Single implants can now be placed with precision that outstrips what can be accomplished via free hand implant placements. 3D catscan diagnostics matched with 3D fabrication of drilling templates all but removes even the most common errors that can arise from freehand placements.
      • Implant Logic Compu Guide Surgery Template
        Demonstration of the Implant Logic surgical template guide that more and more implantologists, general dentists, oral surgeons and periodontists are using to approach the levels of perfect implant placement that is now made possible through the use of advanced Cone Beam Catscan technologies. Guess work is totally eliminated. Recommended viewing for patients considering implant dentistry. Video footage created by BioHorizons. Material provided through Dr. James Sanderson, Birmingham AL
      • Guided Surgery for Laser-Lok Tapered Implants
        Live surgery showing the use of BioHorizon’s guided implant surgery technologies (see above). The need for a traditional Perio Flap is completely eliminated through the use of a proprietary instrument that removes a minimum of periodontal tissue. This minimally invasive feature reduces or eliminates the need for additonal soft tissue grafting and sutures… thereby accelerating overall healing time. Video footage created by Dr. James Sanderson, Birmingham, AL
      • Immediate Function (One Day) Implant Supported Fixed Bridge

        One day implants are the treatment of choice for a patient who has a failed
        bridge (decay issues) removed and replaced with a permanent fixed bridge.
        A GRAPHIC VIDEO showing all of the extraction surgeries, tissue grafting,
        implant placements and final fitting of the prosthesis.
        The entire reconstruction was completed in one treatment session. Material provided by
        Dr. Ira Koeppel and Dr. Edward Brant of Long Island, NY (East Setauket)

      • The Marius Bridge: Edentulous Treatment Animation

        Animated film clip demonstrating the procedural sequence for
        The Marius Bridge tooth replacement prosthesis for an edentulous maxilla,
        developed by Yvan Fortin DMD of Quebec Canada. See clip below for real life
        example of successful treatment for a female patient.

      • Marius Bridge Titanium Interface Try In
        A 2.5 minute video demonstrating an actual try-in of the titanium components along with the new fixed bridge prosthesis on a Diagnostic Stone Model. The Model is a precise representation of the patient’s upper jaw with six implant devices mounted. The implant bar is installed, followed up with the mounting of the interface device. As can be seen, the seemingly simple process of aligning the attachment devices progresses smoothly. The final fitting of the fixed prosthetic demonstrates the “Snap In” effect of the Marius interface.
      • Marius Bridge: Final Install
        This video is a continuation of the preceding video. After testing the calibration, the dentist installs the Marius Bridge infrastructure elements and attaches the final prosthetic. As can be seen in the video, the use of 3D catscans and CAD/CAM milling of the titanium elements creates a perfect fit into the implant configuration that was originally designed with Virtual Treatment software.
      • Marius Bridge Treatment Example

        Actual treatment example using The Marius Bridge. Specially created for upper edentulous
        jaw reconstruction by Yvan Fortin DMD of Quebec Canada, this denture treatment alternative
        utilizes proprietary technology for creating tooth replacement choices that offer the rock solid stability
        of an implant supported prosthesis while enabling patients to remove the prosthesis for routine cleaning or entire replacement.

      • The History of Dental Implants

        A history of dental implant technology from its early inception years and years
        ago from the perspective of Biomet 3i, a recognized leader in dental implant dentistry.
        Watch this entertaining video to learn about the advancements in dental implants as a
        procedure and specialty area within dentistry, from the Biomet perspective. Video footage produced by Biomet.

      • Live Surgery: 6 Imtec Mini Implant Placements in Upper (Maxillary) Jaw
        The presentation provides a sequenced demonstration of Mini Implant placements with the Imtec product line. A total of 6 implants are placed in the upper jaw, intended for upper denture anchoring. Edited for time and graphics, the entire treatment was provided in one, non-stop treatment session. Provided by Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee WI
      • Surgery: 12 Imtec Placements Both Upper – Lower Jaws
        A female patient seeking replacements for dentures that are attractive and don’t “feel” like dentures elects to undergo one day teeth replacement with mini implants in upper and lower jaws. All placed in a single treatment session, the Imtec implant devices (6 upper and 6 lower) provide rock hard stability for her dentures. Provided by Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee WI
      • Immediate Load (Same Day) Implant Surgery

        Watch a live surgery showing the extraction of a broken anterior tooth
        that was immediately followed up with an immediate load implant.
        Proprietary tooth extraction instruments eliminated the loss of
        significant bone material, thereby not requiring a bone graft procedure.

      • Sinus Lift Surgery
        Edited for graphic content and time constraints, this media segment outlines the process and procedures for performing a Sinus Lift surgery. See actual surgery sequences involved for performing sinus lift surgery that is accompanied by the insertion of bone grafting material as needed to fortify a dental implant site. Material provided by Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee WI
      • Bone Grafting Surgery

        A multimedia visual outline of basic bone grafting procedures involved with upper jaw dental implant site preparation.
        See how specialized hybrid grafting material in injected into areas where existing jawbone is the most compromised.
        Material provided by
        Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee WI

      • NobelActive Implant Surgery Demonstration

        A VERY GRAPHIC 4 minute video clip demonstrating the use of a unique dental implant device that,
        by virtue of design, compacts the surrounding bone tissue as the implant is inserted.
        Watch video of traditional bone expanders here
        ). A shorter self-drilling implant,
        well suited for sinus cavity concerns or other site preparations where implant depth cannot be liberal.
        See use of traditional surgery guide, Perio Flap surgery (GRAPHIC), bone augmentation materials (bone grafts),
        suturing and temporary restoration placements for 2 maxillary teeth. Multimedia produced by Nobel Biocare.

      • Oco Biomedical Compression Implant
        Another example of a specialized implant device that compresses bone structure as the implant device is inserted. Provides another solution for assuring higher degress of implant success in situations where bone density remains an issue after bone grafts have been used. Design characteristics establish the implant as an immediate function or immediate load implant that can complete the osseointegrative time period in days, rather than months. Video footage produced by OcoBiomedical. Material provided through Dr. Ara Nazarian, Troy, MI