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Immediate Dental Implants; Are They a Good Option?

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Immediate implant placement used to be a controversial subject, but nowadays we can obtain long-term high survival rates with this treatment option. Since surgical and prosthetic time is reduced and a great aesthetic result can be achieved, this therapy is often practiced. The aim of this presentation is to clarify which parameters and how can they influence a successful outcome in immediate implant placement. Several documented clinical cases and supporting literature will be presented to guide through diagnosis, treatment options and improvement of final outcome.

Date Added:
5/3/2018

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Dárcio Fonseca, DDS Dárcio Fonseca, DDS
Dárcio Fonseca, DDS

- Graduated dental school at ISCS Sul in1997

- Fellow in implant dentistry University of Miami

- Post gra...
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