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Modern Approach of Full Arch Immediate Loading

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In Immediate loading, the survival rate is often based on the follow-up of the osseointegration, but without aesthetic appreciation... The main goal is to achieve osseointegration and aesthetics in order to get long term stability. For this goal we need to obtain both, bone formation and gum thickness, as any failure in one of the 2 factors, will induce the loss of the second factor. Several requirements must to be met in order to obtain and to maintain them together for a very long time: - Biological requirements are linked to the early vascularization (appreciation of the biologic level, growth factors, collagen environment) - Anatomical & surgical requirements will help to the best implant placement and positioning (Fast guide, sub-crestal insertion, platform switching etc..) - Prosthetic requirements are essential for aesthetics as a guidance for soft tissue design (rigid and screwed provisional prosthesis) This presentation will show my statistics about more than 1100 full arch loaded immediately since 14 years (> 7700 implants)

Date Added:
12/27/2017

Author(s):

Alain Simonpieri, DDS Alain Simonpieri, DDS
Doctor Alain Simonpieri

Doctor of dental surgery (DDS)

Professor Oral surgery department, University Federico II Naples (ITALY)

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Questions & Comments
Ron Duffin - (7/2/2018 1:37 AM)

Great presentation.. I like what I see in the design of the Tekka implant .. are they distributed in the United States? Also Wondering if the fast guide is sold in the states.. the gmail contact information that was given as a source was a dead end for me and a internet search was not productive either

- (2/7/2018 8:26 PM)

- (2/7/2018 8:20 PM) Dear dr Alain, where can I purchase the surgical fast guide? Dr Mijaata DM (dentia.info@gmail.com)

- (2/7/2018 8:22 PM)

- (2/7/2018 8:20 PM) Dear dr Alain, where can I purchase the surgical fast guide? Thank you Dr. Mijaata DM (dentia.info@gmail.com)

- (2/7/2018 8:20 PM)

Dear dr Alain, where can I purchase the surgical fast guide?

saadia rehman - (2/7/2018 3:04 AM)

excellent video and explanation

byron scott - (1/13/2018 11:15 AM)

Excellent Presentation

Mark Lubitz - (1/10/2018 9:35 AM)

what is the pin used in the canal, can you demonstrate its placement

Dr ELBAZ dominique - (1/5/2018 5:54 AM)

GOOD MORNING and congatulation from france it was amazing!!!! I WANT TO BUY THE PARRALELISM GUIDE FOR MY FUTURE SURGERY WHERE PLEASE??? see yu dominique.elbaz@hotmail.fr

ward clemmons530 - (12/30/2017 8:43 PM)

What is your rationale for placing the implants 2mm sub crystal? Is there literature to support this?

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