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Sequential Extraction Protocol

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In today’s age of implant reconstructive dentistry, the pendulum continues to swing towards extractions, alveolectomy and “All on X”. As practicing periodontist and prosthodontist, we have built a successful career around saving teeth strategically and sometimes for a life time with teeth that have a poor to hopeless prognoses. Each patient should be considered for therapy based on risk assessment and concomitant systemic issues, functional issues, and bottom line an educated decision that they can make after we have provided all of the potential solutions. Dr. Romero and Scheyer have worked together for more than 20 years rehabilitating patients with teeth and implants. We understand the true value of osseointegration, allowing for implant reconstructive dentistry. However, utilizing our specialty training achieved more than 20 years ago, we cherish the opportunity to save compromised teeth, to support long-term provisionals and/or final restorations. With the dental digital revolution underway, we further embrace comprehensive assessment through airway focused facially generated treatment planning using a digital workflow. We feel that our sequential extraction protocol needs to be shared around the XP world nation so that more teeth are saved to support provisionals and avoid the risk of immediate load and bone reduction, as well as, consider saving teeth for longer periods of time if not for the patient’s lifetime in health and function. This presentation will give you just a piece of our thought process and protocol utilizing the digital workflow and natural teeth to sequence staged treatment planning for full arch therapy. We hope you find this valuable and inspirational to look at your patients differently the next time you sit down for full mouth treatment planning. Come learn with us and XP Nation which has all of the wonderful technology available for us including: Digital Smile Design, Advanced Tissue Engineering, and new Full Arch Impressions Techniques with PIC.

Date Added:
8/26/2020

Author(s):

E. Todd Scheyer, DDS, MS E. Todd Scheyer, DDS, MS

Dr. E. Todd Scheyer, DDS, MS

Diplomat of The American Board of Periodontology

Dr. Scheyer attended dental school at The Medical College o...
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Giancarlo Romero, DDS, MS Giancarlo Romero, DDS, MS
Dr. Giancarlo G. Romero was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1970. Educated in the Venezuela school system, he graduated at the Universidad Central de Venezue...
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