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"P.E.T." & Socket Shield - The Technique Beyond the Concept

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This presentation will provide the viewer an in-depth review of a new innovative armamentarium and techniques utilized for "PET" (Partial Extraction Therapies) and specifically Socket Shield approaches for tooth replacement with dental implants. The actual step-by-step design and utilization of each bur and tool will be highlighted as well as a biological rationale supported by current literature and histology. The new Brasseler PET System will be thoroughly reviewed as well as to it's simplicity and effectiveness in contemporary dentistry today.

Date Added:
6/1/2016

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Saleh Elahwal - (5/21/2019 3:04 PM)

Thank Dr Garber for the presentation . very useful and informative .

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (11/25/2018 12:42 AM)

PET is a wonderful discovery for future of implant dentistry .
thank you dr garber for remarkable presentation and telling the minute technical aspects of the innovation kit in a very simple manner.

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (11/25/2018 12:42 AM)

PET is a wonderful discovery for future of implant dentistry .
thank you dr garber for remarkable presentation and telling the minute technical aspects of the innovation kit in a very simple manner.

Hugh Flax - (3/4/2018 12:37 PM)

As always, a great presentation David. Everyone comments are quite useful in understanding nuances of this technique that is becoming very advantageous for the challenging thin biotypes. Preservation is critical in restoration (i.e. preserving assets) Maurice, you mentioned a handson experience for this technique which is a bit of microsurgical in nature. Is there one in the works? Thanks

Lee Fitzgerald628 - (1/1/2018 10:45 PM)

Are you using the same or different parameters to do immediate loading? What are the considerations with the immediate temp related to the root fragment? Do you leave a small gap for soft tissue development over the root fragment? I understand that more and more the interproximal root is being left (C shape) to maintain the interproximal bone and papilla. Also, do you remove to the apex of the root or through the canal when pa pathology is present. Have tried to catch your hands on course, but they sell out quickly. Nice presentation David. See you all in Florida. Thanks!

henry salama - (11/16/2017 3:54 PM)

Actually, the Baumer, publication referenced with the histology is in CIDRR 2013. Baumer et al. also recently published their 5 yr result: Socket Shield Technique for immediate implant placement – clinical, radiographic and volumetric data after 5 years in COIR 2017. There are two main components to the biologic elegance of the technique. One has to do with maintaining "bundle bone", and the other is associated with the maintenance of "supra-crestal fibers" to optimize tooth-like peri-implant tissue. Therefore, if you cut the "shield" down to the crest, you'll at least gain one benefit. If you maintain it 0.5-1 mm supra-crestal, you'll gain both benefits. However, as Paul stated, the supra-crystal placement is more technically challenging and is the reason we utilize a "gingival protector" to do it without raising a flap and maintain a more minimal invasive approach. Not only does it protect the tissue but also helps put a metal background behind the tooth fragment to better differentiate it. Hope that helps.

Paul Botha330 - (11/16/2017 6:07 AM)

Apologies: "The bone crest is a few mm subgingval..."

Paul Botha330 - (11/16/2017 6:06 AM)

Is the Blaumer et al article not 2015? How critical is it that the root segment be level with or below the bone margin? The Blaumer 2015 article histology photos shows the root segment above the crest. I have seen cases of root exposure through the gingiva when removing the healing abutment or crown. If the root segment should be subcrestal or equicrestal then the reflection of a small flap is indicated in order to gain this precision in root fragment reduction as in many instances the bone crest is a few mm subcrestal and the colour match of crestal bone and tooth fragment is very close and it becomes difficult/impossible to evaluate the position of the root fragment with relation to the crest.

Paul Botha330 - (11/16/2017 6:05 AM)

Is the Blaumer et al article not 2015? How critical is it that the root segment be level with or below the bone margin? The Blaumer 2015 article histology photos shows the root segment above the crest. I have seen cases of root exposure through the gingiva when removing the healing abutment or crown. If the root segment should be subcrestal or equicrestal then the reflection of a small flap is indicated in order to gain this precision in root fragment reduction as in many instances the bone crest is a few mm subcrestal and the colour match of crestal bone and tooth fragment is very close and it becomes difficult/impossible to evaluate the position of the root fragment with relation to the crest.

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