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Immediate loading of a socket  shield (partial extraction therapy)  post-extraction implant with the  final CAD/CAM crown  The ONE protocol for one-day natural aesthetics  and preventing buccal collapse Immediate loading of a socket shield (partial extraction therapy) post-extraction implant with the final CAD/CAM crown The ONE protocol for one-day natural aesthetics and preventing buccal collapse

Author(s):

Filipe Lopes, DDS, DMD;Maurice Salama, DMD;Bernardo de Mira Corrêa, DDS, DMD

Date Added:

7/6/2022


Summary:

Immediate implant placement is a well-recognised and successful treatment option after tooth extraction.1,2 Success rates for both immediate and delayed implant techniques are comparable; however, the literature reports that one can expect buccal collapse of the original buccal volume and midfacial recession of at least 1mm after immediate implant placement, possibly worse in thin gingival biotypes.3

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