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Immediate Total Tooth Replacement Immediate Total Tooth Replacement

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD;Maurice Salama, DMD;Henry Salama, DMD

Date Added:

3/1/2001


Summary:

Successful implant placement at the time of extraction has been documented. Implant placement at the time of extraction was initially performed as a two-stage procedure often with barrier membranes and sophisticated second-stage surgical uncoverings. The authors describe the next generation of this technique, including atraumatic tooth removal with simultaneous root form, implant placement, and temporization at one appointment. This technique of “Immediate Total Tooth Replacement” allows for the maintenance of the bony housing and soft-tissue form that existed before extraction, while at the same time establishing a root form anchor in the bone for an esthetic restoration.

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