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Preservation of the Bundle Bone: Reality or Myth

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The loss of teeth will lead to resorption of the buccal plate with its resultant need for extensive augmentative procedures (both bone and soft tissue) as well as the risk of poor long term aesthetic stability. Partial Extraction Therapies (PET) are techniques that allow us to maintain the buccal bone plate and hence prevent the collapse of the alveolar bone creating a platform for ideal soft tissue and bone which is stable in the long term. This is a greater problem in the aesthetic areas. This lecture will take you through the different options with regards to immediate implant placement as well as the most cutting edge PET in a step by step fashion.

Date Added:
9/23/2016

Author(s):

Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD
Dr Gluckman completed his dental training at the university of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990. After spending a number of years in a general practice he complete...
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Questions & Comments
barry manson - (3/30/2017 3:01 PM)

amazing Thank you!

Howard Gluckman - (10/3/2016 3:35 PM)

Thanks Hugo. I definitely don't think that any of the South Africans have to stand back for anyone.

Hugo Lemmen - (10/3/2016 11:54 AM)

Howard Another excellent presentation.Thank you. I do think South Africa also have very good prosthodontists.

Howard Gluckman - (9/26/2016 3:02 AM)

@Patrick. thanks you for the kind words. I strongly believe that what ou say os absolutely key to getting your message out and also making your presentation on the same level as the rest of us. TO often we only see the perfection and it leaves us feeling inadequate. However we all have the bottom drawer stuff and it needs to be seen. Thanks again for an awesome compliment.

Howard Gluckman - (9/26/2016 2:59 AM)

@Jaouhar Mokaddem. the burs I use are from Komet and are slightly different to The BRassler Kit of Dr Salama however I can definitely endorse their kit it is excellent. If you have trouble getting this one then Go to Komet they have all the burs necessary

Howard Gluckman - (9/26/2016 2:57 AM)

Farhan , Emile and Rene. Thanks yo for your kind comments. Much appreciated.

Howard Gluckman - (9/26/2016 2:56 AM)

@yuly. This is a great question and an important one. You cannot do it on perio involved teeth. Having said that one normally cuts down the tooth to just above the bone level so if the bone is intact and there is no intrabony defect then go ahead and do the treatment but if there are intrabony defects then you cannot rather extract and replace with more conventional therapies.

Howard Gluckman - (9/26/2016 2:54 AM)

Thanks than you for the correction and please pass on my apologies to him. I have already corrected it. Please also let them know that they have made a massive difference and have lead the way. Kind regards From Cape Town

Howard Gluckman - (9/26/2016 2:52 AM)

Firstly mu apologies to everyone for their late replies to your questions. Firstly to Omit and Chuck thank you so much for your kind words it really means a lot to me. Chuck I would imagine it was you clapping and hopefully everyone saw the humor of it and did not take it seriously. The one issue I have with both is that everything is definitive and it has to be one way or the other and the point I was trying to make is there are many ways and that each patient even if they look and breathe the same way may need completely opposite treatment options and it is our job as clinicians to make sure that we have the skill set to deliver to each and every patient.

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