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One Abutment/One Time - An Evolving Protocol in Implant Therapy

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Dr. Henry Salama presents a detailed and well documented clinical protocol, One Abutment/One Time, that calls for the placement of the final abutment on the day of implant placement and never removing it again. Dr. Salama makes the case that by not removing and replacing components, there is less chance of traumatizing the stability and position of the peri-implant soft tissue.

Date Added:
5/22/2011

Author(s):

Henry Salama, DMD Henry Salama, DMD
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Questions & Comments
Carlos Coello - (9/27/2014 11:22 AM)

excellent lecture; with the introduction of cerec omnicam and milling machine you can fabricate a custom abutment and crown, permanent or provisional, at time of implant placement using Ti bases and preserve your ever so critical peri-implant tissue. Any thoughts on this technology?

abdol samad SHAFIEI KAZEROONI - (5/16/2014 2:39 PM)

thankyou for excellent lecture.

Thanyarat Sananpanich - (1/20/2014 1:35 AM)

Thank you so much for sharing this ! Dr.Salama :-D

mizuguchi toshiyuki - (12/9/2013 9:28 AM)

Thank you for Excellent lecture !

saadia rehman - (11/25/2013 12:29 PM)

thank you doctor for your valuable lecture

David Willey, D.M.D. - (11/7/2013 12:14 PM)

Great presentation and we have used Ankylos implants for 7 years and appreciate the many features that they incorporate that you listed. Thanks you for contributing very useful info to us all.

宏二 岸田 - (8/21/2013 12:05 AM)

It was very useful,Thankyou so much!

phuc ngo - (8/4/2013 1:08 AM)

I like it very much!

peng zhang - (5/26/2013 11:38 AM)

very good!

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