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Orthodontic Site Development in treatment of Consecutive Anterior Implants

Description:
Dr. Sivan Kars utilizes orthodontic forced eruption to develop the sites of adjacent hopeless anterior teeth prior to extraction and implant placement. Diagnosis, sequencing and timing of therapy are presented for discussion.

Date Added:
5/15/2011

Author(s):

Sivan Kars, DMD, MPA Sivan Kars, DMD, MPA
Dr. Kars Sivan was born in Romania in 1965 and moved to Israel in 1973. He currently maintains a private practice dedicated to oral rehabilitation and implant dentistry. In hi...
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Questions & Comments
Jon Brilka - (6/11/2013 5:15 PM)

nice case .

PHILIP KAPLAN - (11/8/2012 2:57 PM)

correction of spelling from note below-dr barry goldenberg

PHILIP KAPLAN - (11/5/2012 12:09 PM)

the fact that the metal shadow of the abutements is apparent results from lack of tissue thickness. see dentalxp lecture by dr barry goldberger.need 3mm thickness of gingiva to mask abutement.that thickness is obtained when the abutement is at least 2.2 mm deep from gingival crest.

CHRISTINA CHANG - (2/4/2012 10:09 AM)

Did you modify the temporary crowns during the Ortho. extrusions? If yes, how did you do that? Also what type of provisionals did you use for these teeth during the implant integration period?

CHRISTINA CHANG - (2/4/2012 10:06 AM)

Nice case and presentation!

Sam Busich - (1/22/2012 8:20 PM)

Govardhan; I heard the Ipad, Iphone and Android apps for XP are coming very soon. In the interim, download the Starfire browser for Ipad. It translates the flash media so it can be viewed. I have it and it works. good luck Sam

dr govardhan rao - (1/22/2012 11:38 AM)

I don't have adobe flash player and I can't install in I pad can u give any other option to download

elena rusu - (1/11/2012 7:02 PM)

Good job,Doc!Looking back,what would you do differently?(Salutari din Romania.Nici aici nu scap de tine;-))

Helder da Silva - (9/21/2011 5:29 PM)

Muito bom. O arco orthodontico ajuda a guiar o correto posicionamento do implante. Assim o direcionamento axial dos implantes ficam estrategicamente alinhados.

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