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抜歯即時インプラント埋入とプロビジョナル

Description:
In this 2nd of a series on immediate loading, Dr. Henry Salama describes the criteria necessary for successfully utilizing minimally invasive protocols within the esthetic zone. In addition, Dr. Salama demonstrates various clinical options and techniques for efficiently and esthetically fabricating a temporary restoration immediately after implant placement in the replacement of a single tooth. Virtual treatment planning and CAD-CAM technology are also discussed.

Date Added:
10/20/2009

Author(s):

Henry Salama, DMD Henry Salama, DMD
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Questions & Comments
Erik Lennartsson - (3/15/2014 9:07 PM)

Dear Dr Henry Salama, Did My mail reach Your inbox? All the best // Erik

henry salama - (3/12/2014 1:24 PM)

Hi Erik, yes by all means, please send it to info@dentalxp.com and in the subject line, or text-box, note Attention: Dr. Henry Salama. I would be happy to look at it and give you some feed-back

Erik Lennartsson - (3/12/2014 11:48 AM)

Dear Henry, Thank You for Your presentation. I have now performed 10 cases with the Simplant 16 Immediate smile concept. However the implants end up to shallow.... I would really like to send You a PDF of a Powerpoint-presentation on one case so You can see the problem. Maybe You also have a solution to my problem?
May I ask for You e-mail adress?
All the best // DDS, MSc Erik Lennartsson

konstantinos valavanis - (11/4/2009 6:09 AM)

Beautiful work! Infomation of outmost importance about the submergence profile.

Thomas Pomierski - (10/28/2009 10:09 AM)

I wish you would have showed the connective tissue graft as that is imperative to the final results?

henry salama - (10/27/2009 11:43 AM)

To Drs Kim and West,
I usually wait approximately 8-10 weeks in the maxilla and 4-6 weeks in the mandible before restoring with the final crown.
As to the abutment impression coping shown in the video for the Xive implant used, that was done utilizing Cercon/Denstsply technology and was fabricated by my private lab. However, I believe any lab equipped with CAD/CAM technology can fabricate such a coping on demand. In addition, there are abutment systems such as the Zimmer HLA contoured abutments that have dedicated snap-on components readily available for them in both straight and angulated configurations. In such cases, a customized ceramic coping is not necessary.
Also, as Dr. Scott Ganz mentioned, his articles and lectures available on Dentalxp are a great reference for further follow-up on this subject as well as others related to CT-Derived Model-Based surgery and I highly recommend them.

Scott Ganz - (10/25/2009 8:26 AM)

Great technique... Expanding the scope of the technology and connecting planning with execution. You might want viewers to download original related articles defining the beginning of this technology right here on DentalXP... "Use of Stereolithographic Models as Diagnostic & Restorative Aids for Predictable Immediate Loading of Implants" from my article published in 2003... a follow-up article is also posted... "CT-Derived Model-Based Surgery for Immediate Loading of Maxillary Anterior Implants" from 2007... available for download on this site... and videos under Dr. Scott Ganz.

gordon west - (10/24/2009 11:15 AM)

Great video, do you have a specific lab or company that fabricated the abutment/impression coping/crown coping? Also, did you currette out the defect from the root fracture/ graft that area. thanks.

Daniel Kim647 - (10/23/2009 10:40 PM)

I would like to know how long you waited before restoring it with the permanment crown.

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