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Partial Extraction Therapy (PET) in Everyday Practice: Part 1

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This presentation outlines the evidence-based, biological, esthetic and technical aspects of utilizing Partial Extraction Therapy (PET), such as Socket Shield technique, in everyday practice. Combining PET with Endoret® Graft, on immediate post extraction implant placement, seems to be an effective way to maintain anatomy, minimizing bone level's change after the bone remodeling period, and maximizing the aesthetic outcome, due to adequate soft tissue's levels and contour.

Date Added:
3/16/2017

Author(s):

Bernardo de Mira Corrêa, DDS, DMD Bernardo de Mira Corrêa, DDS, DMD
Bernardo de Mira Corrêa DDS, DMD

Dental degree in Oporto’s Dental University - Hospital de S. João - FMDUP.

CEO of Clínica Mira Corrêa, Oporto’s ...
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Filipe Lopes, DDS, DMD Filipe Lopes, DDS, DMD
Filipe Lopes DDS, DMD

Dental degree in Oporto’s Dental University - Hospital de S. João - FMDUP.

Member of BTI´s International Scientific Committe...
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Questions & Comments
Nour Alshammari - (1/2/2020 7:46 AM)

amzing cases . dr i want to ask if you publish these case to see the follow up results ?

Bernardo Mira Correa - (3/28/2017 5:53 PM)

HI Snjezana! We also believe combining Socket Shield with osseodensification it's a powerful strategy! We will soon reveal some very interesting approaches of it!! thank you so much for your comments! best regards Bernardo

snjezana pohl - (3/27/2017 3:55 PM)

Fantastic cases with ascending ss geometry! Have you thought about incorporating osseodensification? Thank you for sharing! Best regards Snjezana

Bernardo Mira Correa - (3/24/2017 3:50 PM)

Socket Shield rocks Barry Manson! thanks for your kind words !!!

barry manson - (3/23/2017 11:01 AM)

fascinating! Thank you Barry

Bernardo Mira Correa - (3/23/2017 5:17 AM)

Hi Chuck! Whether i perform Socket Shield or not, on immediate post extraction implants, my goal is to obtain an adequate primary stability. Since the system i use has a very active apex, its very hard not to be able to obtain it. Actually i don't even need 35N to be predictable integrating my implants, because with only 20 N i have hundreds of cases that undergo none problems! But if by any reason i can't stabilise my implant i prefer to first regenerate the socket with endoret and then place the implant on early delay stage, around 8-10 weeks. Thank you for your comments! best regards Bernardo

Bernardo Mira Correa - (3/22/2017 9:24 AM)

Hi Howie! The idea from the "O Shield" came up to my mind, when reading Baumer's pilot study and seeing the histology pics, where we can observe the bone remodelling to the first thread on the lingual side, in opposition to the bone preservation on the shield side. Until now we have experienced no complications, but of course we need more time to follow up these cases. From the biological point of view we believe it makes good sense, since we anchor the implant's apex on bone, we leave enough space for the bone to grow between the root shield and the implant surface, and we boost the osteoblast jumping distance by using the Endoret® as a biomodulator. We will show some nice advances on this "O Shield" approach very soon! Best regards Bernardo

Bernardo Mira Correa - (3/22/2017 9:09 AM)

Hi Brett Nelson! Thank you for your opinion! It might look like the root canal system was compromised, but at the pre op CT scan there isn't any sort of problem. I see no problem on leaving gutta percha if there is a good seal of the root system. Best regards! Bernardo

Charles Schwimer - (3/15/2017 6:36 PM)

Bernardo. I like your presentation very much. I have been implementing similar concepts with success in some of my Socket Shield cases. However. I using different instrumentation and abutment design. How are you managing cases when you don't obtain 35N? Best regards. Chuck

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