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Treating the Terminal Dentition: A Patient-Center Approach

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In patients with terminal dentition esthetic and functional replacement is a necessary objective, but no longer a sufficient-objective: nowadays, due to the clinical and extra clinical characteristics of these patients, management of the therapy is as important as its conclusion. Respect of the principle of autonomy, reduction of treatment length, simplification of surgical procedures and prosthetic management of implant immediate loading are the cornerstones of this philosophy and are the object of this lecture.

Date Added:
9/25/2019

Author(s):

Leonello Biscaro, DDS Leonello Biscaro, DDS
Dr. Leonello Biscaro graduated magna cum laude in Dentistry at Bologna University in 1985. He’s active member of the Italian Society of Periodontology (SIdP) ...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (10/7/2019 7:27 PM)

Hemant; If you want to be sure get a CTX blood test on your patient but the fact that the surgeon did the extraction and bone graft without issues should be a good sign. Progress with implant placement 6 months after bone graft was done. Dr. Salama

Hemant Patel - (10/4/2019 7:49 AM)

My patient was on Fosamax for four years. She has stopped medication since Jan 2019. She had Extraction and bone graft done in June of 2019 by an oral surgeon. CT scan looks good. How long she should wait to get Implants? Can fosamax still cause necrosis?

Bruce Hicke - (10/3/2019 6:32 PM)

Hey Guys, I have been a premium member with automatic payment for a number of years. Whats up when I go to watch a video I get the free member status?

Hector Strygler - (9/25/2019 1:55 PM)

Great lecture making us aware of the importance of considering all the dental and non dental aspects when treating patients with terminal dentitions.

Bassam Michiel - (7/11/2019 2:14 PM)

Fantastic presentation!

PAOLO Mastrangelo - (1/20/2019 2:17 PM)

Congratulations, great lecture and clinic experience. Interdisciplinary approach and maintainability by patients in the long term are key factors. Strategic total extractions, bone reduction and basal implant positioning is a controversial issue anyway, imho, and Leonello indicate exactly when is possible and when is not indicated.

Kastytis Zymantas - (12/30/2018 7:41 PM)

Beautiful. Thank you

Adrian Ionut Leahu - (12/29/2018 2:44 PM)

Great lecture. For the maxilla you never graft the vestibular area to improve lip support and to fix the wrinkle under the nose of the patient?

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (12/25/2018 11:05 AM)

Simply Superb Education

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