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Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration

Description:
The IDR (Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration) technique has been used for over 6 years. With it, we can reconstruct socket tissue losses in the same surgical session of dental extraction, implant placement and provisional crown installation, minimizing the treatment time and morbidity of the procedures. In this presentation we discuss the hard and soft tissues stability when the IDR technique is applied in different types of periodontal biotypes and in sites with different defect levels. The clinical, radiographic and tomographic follow-up of some cases is shown, allowing us to evaluate the maintenance of gingival architecture and peri-implant bone stability around the implants.

Date Added:
10/16/2013

Author(s):

José Carlos Martins da Rosa, DDS, MS José Carlos Martins da Rosa, DDS, MS
Dr. José Carlos Martins da Rosa received his DDS degree in 1988 from the Federal University of Santa Maria/RS - Brazil. In 1992 he got a post graduate certificate in Pe...
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Questions & Comments
benjamin yan - (1/25/2014 4:19 AM)

Dr.Jose,impressive presentation!Thank you.

Maurice Salama - (10/22/2013 7:16 AM)

Ganesh; I believe that the graft is stabilized enough by placement of the implant and compression from outer flap. Also, the highly vascular nature of this bone graft being mostly cancellous bone should help. Regards Dr. S

GANESH NAYAK - (10/21/2013 2:03 PM)

can the graft survive without stabilization

Márcia Souza951 - (10/20/2013 10:18 AM)

Congratulation.Amazing results.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (4/28/2013 6:27 PM)

Paul Boulos - First of all for this type of bone reconstruction the maxillary tuberosity is the preferred area for graft because their biological properties. In cases with the presence of wisdom teeth and low bone availability, we can harvest bone of the lateral tuberosity. For this, we must have a cone beam computed tomography to know exactly and best area to be removed.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (4/28/2013 6:27 PM)

Paul Boulos - First of all for this type of bone reconstruction the maxillary tuberosity is the preferred area for graft because their biological properties. In cases with the presence of wisdom teeth and low bone availability, we can harvest bone of the lateral tuberosity. For this, we must have a cone beam computed tomography to know exactly and best area to be removed.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (4/28/2013 6:27 PM)

Paul Boulos - First of all for this type of bone reconstruction the maxillary tuberosity is the preferred area for graft because their biological properties. In cases with the presence of wisdom teeth and low bone availability, we can harvest bone of the lateral tuberosity. For this, we must have a cone beam computed tomography to know exactly and best area to be removed.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (4/28/2013 5:22 PM)

Charles Bruce - No. This technique was developed in cases of post-extraction sockets in the presence of alveolar bone defects.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (4/28/2013 5:20 PM)

Peter Joseph - No. When we use the cortico-cancellous graft this graft will be working as a natural membrane without the need of using a resorbable membrane.

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