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Rehabilitación Completa en Zirconio sobre Implantes y porcelana rosada

Description:
En la 1a parte de esta serie de charlas, el Dr Julian Jaramilllo B, discutirá la optimización de una reconstrucción total maxilar con reconstrucción de estetica rosada en la terapia de implantes con la utilización de estructuras de zirconio. Adicionalmente, las ventajas de las restauraciones libres de metal, diseño de las estructuras, y las ventajas de cementacion Vs atornilladas serán tomados en cuenta. Se discutirá el manejo de complicaciones y pronostico a largo plazo. esta presentación se encuentra también en Ingles.

Date Added:
7/20/2011

Author(s):

Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero
1992 Graduated as Dentist From Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota.
He then went to Boston to do an, In-Office at Watkin & Osorio Dental Associates with Dr. Julian ...
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Questions & Comments
JUAN PABLO RAMIREZ MUTIS - (4/30/2013 4:51 PM)

Excelente aporte sobre la diferencia de materiales en las protesis hibridas.

Adolfo Gonzalez - (8/10/2012 1:57 PM)

Muy buena presentación, gracias Dr. Jaramillo por el aporte.

Adolfo Gonzalez - (8/10/2012 1:57 PM)

Muy buena presentación, gracias Dr. Jaramillo por el aporte.

julian jaramillo b - (8/5/2011 5:34 PM)

Andrea la primera Protesis Procera Implanto soportada fue colocada el 26 de Agsoto del 2002, una protesis Hibrida (estructura Colada con dientes y encia acrilica) sobre 4 implantes 3i de Conexion externa y diametro standard 4.25 *11,5 mm de longitud. Y la protesis de Zirconio vino a reemplazar la hibrida acilica el 14 de Noviembre del 2008. El peso de esta estructura es de 46.2 gramos solo el zirconio sin la ceramica rosada ni la blanca. Aunque es significativamente mas pesada, no logra percibir el cambio , mas si la facilidad de la higiene y sensacion de tersura de la restauracion. Una de las granedes ventajas es la de su facilidad de higiene.

Eddie Salama - (7/29/2011 8:17 AM)

Chris this presentation will be posted in English very shortly. Thanks

Chris Smith - (7/28/2011 3:49 AM)

Is it possible to have this translated into english...

Andres Paraud - (7/24/2011 11:08 PM)

Muy buena presentacion, muy explicativa, me gustaria preguntar eso si cuanto tiempo en boca lleva esta rehabilitacion total sobre 4 implantes, este protocolo de solo 4 implantes lo hace siempre?, como ha funcionado? que tipo de implantes (longitudes, anchos, tipo de conexion, como fue la apreciacion del paciente con respecto al peso de la estructura v/s la acrilica previa. saludos desde chile.

Jose Giraldo - (7/24/2011 11:06 AM)

Excelente presentacion que aclara desde el punto de vista clinico y de laboratorio los buenos resultados que se estan obteniendo con este material biocompatible.
Jose Fernando Giraldo (Colombia).

Jose Mena - (7/22/2011 10:20 PM)

Muy buena aclaracion sobre las Ventajas y Desventajas que presentan los trabajos protesicos en Zirconio y estoy muy de acuerdo con usted, excelente exposicion y muy acertada, les felicito,desde mi pequeña isla de Republica Dominicana.

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