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Ögram System and exodontia protocol

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The Ögram System began with a clean sheet of paper to determine how the 
modern sciences would script exodontia protocol with today’s scientific 
information. An extensive team of professionals from many scientific 
disciplines in the U.S. and Europe collaborated during the six years of 
development with Gunnar Philipp as team leader and lead surgical designer. 
Our team consisted of specialists in biology, histology, stomatology, 
dental anatomy, radiography, bioengineering, physics, geometry, mathematics 
and dentists from various specialties. This was the first scientific 
exodontia effort of its’ kind in the history of dentistry.

A histological assessment of soft and hard tissues surrounding teeth was 
investigated initially to determine which tissues should be preserved to 
avoid permanent defects. Periosteum and cortical bone were deemed to be
the key tissues for preservation and avoiding bone fracture. The motion 
equations were scripted for technique and finally the instrumentation was 
chosen for optimal technique delivery.

Our goal was to engineer and design an easy atraumatic system for simple 
and complex tooth removal that protects the cortical shell, alveolus, 
periosteum, and surrounding tissues. Also, to accomplish the atraumatic 
removal in less than 10 minutes of technique time with high predictability.
Mucoperiosteal flaps at the gingival papilla, which causes bone loss, and 
bone removal was not an option. This was accomplished and more.

Dental schools in Berlin, Cologne, and Heidelberg completed independent 
Ögram System studies and Ögram was clinically proven to have exceeded these 
goals and was shown to be easy to implement in the dental practice.
Over 85% of non-impacted teeth extracted were trauma free to surrounding 
tissues using the Ögram protocols compared to less than 9% using conventional 
tooth removal protocols.

The Ögram System offers new possibilities for dentistry and shares very 
little with traditional technique or logic. About 85% to 90% of the technology 
will be new to the dental profession.

Join the thousands of dentists who now can remove the majority of difficult 
non-impacted teeth, without reflecting a flap, trenching, or osteotomy, 
averaging less than 6 minutes of technique time. Simply put,
there is no other exodontia method that carries these distinctions offering 
so much to patients and dentists.

Doctors wishing additional information can contact Daniel Marinic, DDS FICOI,
for additional information or visit for additional details

Gregori Kurtzman commented on your post in ROOTS, Facebook forum
8:48am Jun 11  . 2013
this system was developed and is taught by an efficency expert who has never 
used the technique on a real patient. Spoke to him some years ago and after 
much pushing and prodding he finally admitted he never attended any dental
or medical school

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