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Extraction and Immediate Implant of #8

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Replactment of fractured tooth #8 with a dental implant is featured using EZ extractor, a Zimmer Implant TSV, with additional bone grafting of the socket. Restorative healing abutment selection and temporization options are addressed.

Date Added:
6/29/2007

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (10/29/2014 11:17 AM)

Krenar; You can utilize acromycin, dentomycin or Arestin. It may be easier to use the Arestin or Dentomycin as they came individually packaged in small syringes. Dr. Salama

Krenar Papraniku - (10/29/2014 9:06 AM)

Excellent presentation. I can't get name of antibiotic that you use for the cementation of the snap-on component, could you write it here? Thank you.

Manuel De LA ROSA - (3/27/2011 8:53 PM)

Excellent management of the case! Congrats...I really enjoy working with the easy X-tract, when posible...

Maurice Salama - (12/3/2009 11:25 AM)

These are customized healing abutment made with clear flowable, packable composite resin. The permanent abutments are HLA contour abutments from Zimmer Dental and have the analogs, temp caps and snap impression copings available.
Hope that helps.
Dr. Salama

peter joseph - (12/2/2009 8:00 PM)

Where do you get the healing abutments? They look great!

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