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Managing Complications in Immediate Implant Therapy - Part 3 of 3

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Immediate implant placement in fresh extraction sockets offers several advantages which include patient comfort, ridge preservation as well as decreased treatment time. Prior to undertaking this therapeutic path, however, clinicians must consider several critical factors that become apparent in a thorough diagnostic protocol. These include socket morphology, apical pathology, deficiencies in the labial plate of bone if applicable as well as biotype. This presentation will highlight the potential complications that can occur during immediate implant placement as well as their clinical management.

Date Added:
8/27/2012

Author(s):

Abdelsalam Elaskary, BDS Abdelsalam Elaskary, BDS
Dr. Abdelsalam Elaskary is currently a visiting lecturer at University of New York, while maintaining a private practice limited to periodontics, dental implants and or...
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Questions & Comments
amr al-khairi - (3/31/2018 6:57 PM)

very nice informative presentation. poor video quality and editing.

soulafah belal - (11/20/2012 1:45 PM)

Thanks dr/Abdelsalam for your great presentation but i just have a question about the C.T graft you had used for tissue augmentation, i noticed that you didn't fix it by suturing or by any other mean which is important for its healing & viability & you just put it over the block graft or the collagen membrane, also how the blood supply takes happened for ensuring the graft viability?

abdelsalam elaskary - (9/23/2012 7:54 AM)

thanks to all for the nice comments

Muhammad Saleh - (9/1/2012 4:04 AM)

Very inspiring, Thank you alot.

Maurice Salama - (8/31/2012 9:15 AM)

Failures happen. How to avoid is most important and how to recover from failure is most urgent. Thanks for your insights. Maurice

Danny O'Keefe - (8/30/2012 1:30 PM)

Thanks good presentation. Love the statement , you learn more from failures and don't be afraid of failure, but tell patient B4 about possibilities.

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