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Advanced Immediate Placement Strategies Including Socket Shield (SS) Technique and its Complications

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Immediate implant placement in the aesthetic zone has become a controversial topic with regards to the long term aesthetic demands that both the profession and our patients have placed on this treatment modality. Since the controversy broke a few years ago there have been a number of outstanding developments that have revolutionised the way we do immediate implant placement. Soft tissue augmentations using the tunnel technique as well as the socket whiled technique are 2 of these techniques which form the baseline of treatment in our clinic. This lecture will go through all the updated protocols of immediate implant placement supported by the literature as well as deal specifically with the finer details of the socket whiled technique including step by step photos and video of the technique. More importantly it will cover numerous complications that we have had to deal with over the last few years that we have been doing this technique.

Date Added:
12/18/2014

Author(s):

Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD
Dr Gluckman completed his dental training at the university of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990. After spending a number of years in a general practice he complete...
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Questions & Comments
Howard Gluckman - (8/11/2017 5:04 AM)

Thanks all for the kind words. Samir unfortunately I don't. I don't make guided surgery guides mine are the old style made in a lab

NATALIE SOCQUE - (8/9/2017 11:13 PM)

Excellent presentation

Hugo Lemmen - (9/29/2016 11:49 AM)

Super presentation Howard.

Samir AL-heshem - (4/22/2016 11:06 PM)

Great presentation, Thank you! Was wondering if you have a video showing step by step surgical guide fabrication !

Roman Lilov - (5/16/2015 1:18 PM)

Very good and interesting presentation. Thank you Dr Lilov Roman Periodontist

Howard Gluckman - (1/8/2015 7:58 AM)

The burs are Komet burs and the codes for them are as follows. Root resection burs are as follows Bone cutter for bone tissue and tooth substance codes H254E.314.012 and LE (longer version) The LE (longer version) is the main bur. Round burs that use to prepare the SS margins and thin the shield are : ZR680L.315.014/018 and ZR801L.315.012 I hope this helps

Howard Gluckman - (1/8/2015 7:58 AM)

The burs are Komet burs and the codes for them are as follows. Root resection burs are as follows Bone cutter for bone tissue and tooth substance codes H254E.314.012 and LE (longer version) The LE (longer version) is the main bur. Round burs that use to prepare the SS margins and thin the shield are : ZR680L.315.014/018 and ZR801L.315.012 I hope this helps

John Barksdale - (1/7/2015 5:07 AM)

Comet Burs ????
Where can we purchase them and is that the correct name?
Thank you,
John

Howard Gluckman - (12/31/2014 6:55 AM)

Thank you my friends Henriette and Richard. I wish you all the best for 2015 and hope to see you both somewhere in the world. And perhaps at IFED in South Africa.

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