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Angled One-Piece Implant in the Minimally Invasive Treatment of a Narrow Ridge

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In this surgical video presentation, Dr. Maurice Salama discusses the utilization of a unique angled one-piece implant as an alternative option to osseous augmentation of a deficient ridge. Flap design, implant orientation as well as immediate temporization are all demonstrated.

Date Added:
6/3/2011

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
ricardo auer - (5/21/2020 2:02 PM)

Thank you

Maurice Salama - (9/19/2014 8:43 AM)

Thair; As the implant is 17 degrees angled, the appearance on slight sinus perforation of apical portion of the implant is actually avoided by going palatal to the sinus. This can not be seen on a PA film. These one piece implants have been extremely successful in clinical practice but many people tend to avoid one piece implants as they require more precision in placement. Dr. Salama

Maurice Salama - (3/21/2013 10:04 AM)

Possible explanation or cement?? Either way good observation. Only 1mm from bone level is not enough. Interestingly, 5 yrs post op continues to look stable.

Charles Schwimer - (3/20/2013 9:46 AM)

Maurice. I am concerned about the location of the RESTORATIVE (that is what I meant by type) platform. My implication is because the restorative margin (crown/abutment interphase ) is at the osseous crest, the body seems to establish a new "biologic width" to adapt. I believe this to be a possible explanation for why we see the crestal bone remodel.

Maurice Salama - (3/19/2013 9:10 PM)

Good question. Likely soft bone at crest at placement led to some crestal bone remodeling at post op radiograph. No microgap so that could not be the factor. Chuck, Unsure what you mean regarding "this type of restorative platform"? It seems quite good from that standpoint. Dr. Salama

Charles Schwimer - (3/19/2013 2:56 PM)

My thoughts are similar to Mikhail. Do we desire this type of restorative platform at bone level?

mikhail lyakhovetskiy - (3/19/2013 12:36 AM)

Why there is a bone loss to the first thread? There is no microgap. Is it implant design at the crest? Thanks.

Maurice Salama - (6/21/2011 10:55 AM)

Yes, this implant is a One-piece from Zimmer and will be available in Japan in the coming months. The rotational tolerance is 0.5mm to the adjacent teeth. I will be speaking in Tokyo on this topic Oct. 7-8th.
regards Dr. Salama

隆広 千葉 - (6/20/2011 6:49 AM)

Thank you for a wonderful Dr.Salama case. The dress implant with the angle is an unusual implant in Japan. It admires the operation severely calculated. By the way, even how much is the tolerance in the distance between adjacent sides?

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