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All-On Four-テクニックと現実

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In this presentation, Dr. Duello will focus on the specific clinical technique of the All On Four procedure. The webinar will introduce the indications, clinical exams, and pre-surgical preparations for All On Four. Next the actual surgical procedures will be highlighted using either analog/manual or computer aided guided surgery. Following the surgical placement of the implant, the viewer will be taken into the prosthetic rehabilitation of the patient with immediate loading of the all acrylic conversion prosthesis or laboratory fabricated immediate prosthesis. In the final segment, the construction of the final fixed hybrid screw retained prosthesis will be presented by Dr. George Duello.

Date Added:
6/29/2012

Author(s):

George V. Duello, DDS, MS George V. Duello, DDS, MS
George V. Duello, DDS, MS has been in private practice in St. Louis since 1983 after serving as Chief of Periodontics, MacDill AFB, Tampa, Florida. Dr. Duello was born in St....
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Questions & Comments
Ehab Moussa - (8/31/2016 9:41 PM)

Very informative lecture. Thank you. Ehab

Ehab Moussa - (8/31/2016 9:41 PM)

Very informative lecture. Thank you. Ehab

Benjamin Geller - (11/10/2013 8:45 PM)

Hello. Great presentation! As far as the conversion is concerned, can you give any insight as to how you orient the denture in the mouth at the time of conversion and maintain the established VDO, occlusion, etc. in cases where significant ridge reduction was completed. I can imagine it becomes easy to loose you orientation because the denture may not have a stable positive seating in the mouth. Thank you!

Band Ditto64 - (7/4/2012 2:20 PM)

Cheers Dr. Salama. I agree and have enjoyed the forum because of that. Band

Maurice Salama - (7/4/2012 2:04 PM)

We would all like to keep this forum civilized. Please make your remarks professional and with the sense of sharing ideas with colleagues around the globe. Thanks Dr. Salama

james mills - (3/30/2012 8:57 PM)

Great presentation Dr Duello.

Sam Busich - (3/8/2012 8:26 PM)

Daniel; Opened for me and was great quality. Check your browser and internet connection. Nice job Dr. Duello. I will try to make your course, checking the dates. regards Sam

George Duello - (1/30/2012 8:15 PM)

Henry, Thanks for the complement. Your programs are equally good especially on the topic of immediate loading. Dr. Duello

Paul Kozy DDS - (1/27/2012 4:36 AM)

George, 1/25 11:49 comment very well stated? We should all print and save and reread from time to time. Maybe add, ....poor oral hygiene AND POOR innate natural defense mechanisms. Also ... Overloaded or under -engineered prostheses and support structures. Good work and Best wishes, Paul Kozy

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