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The "Dual-Zone" Approach in Immediate Implant Placement

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Improvements in implant designs have helped advance successful immediate anterior implant placement into fresh extraction sockets. Clinical techniques described have enabled practitioners to achieve predictable esthetic success using a method that limits the amount of buccal contour change of the extraction site ridge and potentially enhances the thickness of the peri-implant soft tissues coronal to the implant-abutment interface. This approach involves atraumatic tooth removal without flap elevation, and placing a bone graft into the residual gap around an immediate fresh-socket anterior implant with a screw-retained provisional restoration acting as a prosthetic socket seal device. This protocol allows for efficient management of the patient and an attempt to maintain all original contours of the extraction site. Multiple case and retrospective case studies will be cited to support this concept.

Date Added:
11/1/2018

Author(s):

Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS
Dennis P. Tarnow is currently Clinical Professor of Periodontology and Director of Implant Education at Columbia School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Tarnow has a certificate...
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Stephen J. Chu, DMD, MSD, CDT Stephen J. Chu, DMD, MSD, CDT
Dr. Stephen Chu received his doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1984 and his master’s degree in restorative dentistry and ...
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Questions & Comments
Bharathi Devi Myneni - (4/11/2019 12:52 AM)

Great presentation with lot of information.

Victor Martel - (12/28/2018 2:17 PM)

Awesome information.

Soumi SenGupta - (11/4/2018 3:29 PM)

Wow ..The information here is like taking a drink from a Fire Hydrant!...Thanks gents! First class!

Jean philippe Peyratoux - (10/13/2018 2:20 PM)

Great presentation ; it is good to hear dennis i was one of your student in. New york 25 years ago

ENRIQUE TREVINO - (10/5/2018 2:39 PM)

They are no words to thank you for all that updated information and wonderfull cases, Which GBR membrane would You prefer Dennis for the cone technique? Dr. E. Trevino

Khai Vu - (9/30/2018 1:55 PM)

Great update implant info. Thank you for sharing.

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