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Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration (IDR) - A New Technique for Compromised Extraction Sites

Description:
The Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration (IDR) is a technique established to broaden indications for immediate loading on individual teeth even in compromised sites. In this way, tissue losses with varied extensions are reconstructed in the same surgical session of implant placement and provisional crown installation, reducing the number of interventions and keeping predictability on esthetic aspects. This presentation outlines this new surgical/restorative protocol by describing it in step-by-step detail. Extraction site management, buccal bone reconstruction and soft tissue enhancement will be featured.

Date Added:
10/5/2012

Author(s):

José Carlos Martins da Rosa, DDS, MS José Carlos Martins da Rosa, DDS, MS
Dr. José Carlos Martins da Rosa received his DDS degree in 1988 from the Federal University of Santa Maria/RS - Brazil. In 1992 he got a post graduate certificate in Pe...
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Questions & Comments
Larry Meyer - (11/20/2013 12:54 AM)

What a joy to watch such excellence and willingness to share with others. I am so glad I have joined DentalXP!!!
Larry J. Meyer DDS

Hayri Serin - (11/15/2013 6:28 AM)

güzel bir düşünce.tebrikler

Yung Ming Yang - (1/26/2013 1:00 AM)

Excellent speech. But could u provided subtitles on screen.

JAIME SERRANO NAVAS - (1/14/2013 1:17 AM)

excellent new technique,presentation and results. Thank you jaime serrano

JAIME SERRANO NAVAS - (1/14/2013 1:17 AM)

excellent new technique,presentation and results. Thank you jaime serrano

Jose Carlos Rosa - (11/13/2012 7:28 AM)

Olá Felipe, eu fico muito feliz que vocês estão usando nossa técnica e obtendo excelentes resultados. Meu email é josecarlos@rosaodontologia.com.br ou rosa@rosaodontologia.com.br. Hello Felipe, I am very happy that you are using our technique and getting excellent results. My email is josecarlos@rosaodontologia.com.br or rosa@rosaodontologia.com.br.

Jose Carlos Rosa - (11/13/2012 7:24 AM)

Charles Schwimer - Thank you for your words. I believe this bone harvested from tuberosity will remodel and maintain the thickness of the graft. This is what we are observing in the scans of control up to 6 years.

Felipe Saliba - (11/10/2012 9:26 AM)

Olá Jose Carlos, sou Gustavo de Deus do Rio de Janeiro e temos usado com bastante sucesso a sua tecnica. obrigado por compartilhar o conhecimento. Pode me dar seu mail para contato ou telefone

Charles Schwimer - (11/7/2012 8:15 PM)

Dr.Excellent presentation and technique. I employ a similar technique and achieve similar results utilizing dfdba to facilitate clot adjacent to implant and place a connective tissue graft where you place the cortical plate graft. In the long term, do you believe the grafted buccal bone remains or do you find it remodels into connective tissue? Thank you for sharing. Charles Schwimer

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