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Implant Temporization in the Esthetic Zone

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Dr. Maurice Salama described a long term treatment case requiring extraction, grafting, implant placement, restorative and orthodontic treatment. Many of the latest treatment modalities are demonstrated. Part 2 describes the initial restorative phase of the treatment plan, concluding with the fitting of the temporary restorations.

Date Added:
6/22/2008

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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 - (11/19/2014 8:16 AM)

Eman; The polycarbonate provisional crowns come in a case with multiple sizes and Right and Left sides. They work very well and as you can see are quite easy. Thank you Dr. Salama

Eman Traynor - (11/18/2014 1:18 PM)

how do you know what ply carbonate crowns to keep in stock?

Maurice Salama - (6/30/2011 10:33 AM)

Kevin; Barricade is often used to seal the screw access hole. It is a light cured periodontal dressing material. As for initial stability, initial torque insertion of 40 Ncm or greater or above 55 ISQ reading on Ostell Unit resonance frequency would be adequate for immediate temporization.
good luck
Dr. Salama

kevin potocsky - (6/29/2011 9:23 AM)

what is the barricade material? just to cover the lingual screwhole over the cotton pellets, right?

Maurice Salama - (10/16/2010 6:16 PM)

Sharon; Yes. We undercontour in the temp and then can add the contour back if required to apically displace the tissue to match the adjacent gingival margin. One thing we do not do is CUT the tissue away!! thanks for your post Dr. S

sharon goodwin - (10/16/2010 4:46 PM)

Dear Dr Salama. I understand from this very nice presentation that you allow the soft tissues to heal for 2 months around the undercontoured provisional.After the 2 month stage can you then add acrylic at the cervical aspect of the temporary crown to push the gingival margin apically to the level of the adjacent #9? Thank you

David Garber - (8/18/2010 10:17 AM)

Serge;
I work with Dr. Salama here in Atlanta. The fee should be based upon the time and difficulty of the procedure. Anterior Single Temps are amongst the most demanding so we charge the most for those and incorporate it into the entire restorative fee. Hope that helps.
Dr. Garber

serge orlov - (8/17/2010 9:08 PM)

Dr Salama, how do you calculate the charges for the temp? ( I am in Boston ). Thanks, Dr Orlov.

milind saudagar - (8/9/2010 10:25 PM)

the surgery & prosthetics were too good. do you conduct courses on bone augmentation techniques. also i am trying to locate dealers for the prgf centrifuge machine. can you help out?thanks for the beautiful video!

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