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Controversies Surrounding Delayed vs. Immediate Implant Placement: Is There No Middle Ground?

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Delayed vs. Immediate Implant Placement: The two camps in this debate are both adamant that their technique is the best and that theirs will give the patients the best long term aesthetic result. Is the literature and available data definitive on this matter? Is the choice really clear for clinicians? This presentation looks critically at the literature and attempts to give clinicians a more flexible approach to immediate and delayed implant placement. Critical surgical guidelines and clinical pearls will be offered for both types of treatment as well as the management of some of the complications that may arise from immediate or delayed implant placement.

Date Added:
4/8/2015

Author(s):

Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD
Dr Gluckman completed his dental training at the university of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990. After spending a number of years in a general practice he complete...
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Questions & Comments
Howard Gluckman - (6/29/2015 8:24 AM)

Hi Hugo Thanks for the comparison to Dr Tarnow. Truly humbling.

Hugo Lemmen - (6/28/2015 11:57 AM)

Howard. Very informative and complete presentation. Links up well with the presentations of Dr.Tarnow in earlier videos.We are blessed to have such great clinicians guide us in everyday practice.

Maurice Salama - (4/19/2015 11:40 AM)

Chuck and Howard. Great discussion. I like the idea of the adjacent teeth subclassification. Very important and useful. Regards Maurice Salama

Charles Schwimer - (4/16/2015 4:12 PM)

Howie. I must agree it is a bit complicated. However, nothing compared to the detailed analysis you routinely put into every case you do. It certainly shows in your cases. All the best. Chuck

Howard Gluckman - (4/16/2015 3:55 PM)

Crumbs maybe getting a little complicated for me. Lol. thanks for the comments chuck as always.

Charles Schwimer - (4/16/2015 1:58 PM)

Howie. I also considered PET and have further sub classification ideas to add after a,b,c or d. i- implant present p- implant present with Socket sheild r- root submerged s- Socket shield present with out implant (Glocker approach) Some example classifications could be: 1Di, 2Cr ect.

Howard Gluckman - (4/16/2015 4:07 AM)

Chuck excellent idea. It will also work well with the new PET classification. Lets put it together in a paper. regards H

Charles Schwimer - (4/15/2015 8:50 PM)

Howie. In addition to your type 1234 classifications for the tooth to be extracted, I would suggest a sub classification abcd to describe the curcumstances of the adjacent teeth. For example: a - unilateral compromised adjacent tooth b - bilateral compromised adjacent teeth c - unilateral endentulous tooth d - bilateral edentulous teeth

Howard Gluckman - (4/15/2015 4:20 PM)

Thanks Chuck. Much appreciated. Not sure how we could expand to include the adjacent sites. Let me know how you think this can be done would be very interested to see your thought process. Thanks for the comments as always regards H

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