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Immediate Extraction and Temporization

Description:
In this instructional clinical video, Dr. Alan Meltzer take us through the treatment of a clinical example of an extraction of a maxillary central incisor and its replacement with an implant and the placement of an immediate temporary restoration. Dr. Meltzer outlines every clinical step in the process in great detail, including implant site preparation, restorative abutment selection and preparation as well as fabrication of the provisional restoration all in the same visit.

Date Added:
10/28/2008

Author(s):

Alan  M. Meltzer, DMD, MScD Alan M. Meltzer, DMD, MScD
Dr. Alan M. Meltzer received his D.M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He later received his certificate in Periodontics and his M.Sc.D. degree from Boston Unive...
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Questions & Comments
Osama Abdel Qader - (9/24/2016 12:56 PM)

nice presentation... after 8 years of this video.... will you use now the same implant diameter of 5 mm in anterior zone ? thank you

Sam Busich - (6/30/2011 1:49 PM)

Personally, I prefer to use Polycarbonate Preformed Crowns and reline with acrylic or composite. Standard abutments on most systems now have temp caps specifically designed for this with lab anaologs.
Sam

kevin potocsky - (6/29/2011 8:28 AM)

so what was the temp crown made of? and what was the stability testing device you used to check stability? and where do yo uget it? thanks kevin

Pete Spalitto - (4/7/2011 10:14 PM)

Good case thanks for the opportunity to watch. I know how tough blending front teeth can be in a temp. Any thoughts on adding comp to temp that better blends?
pete

Kenneth Serota - (11/22/2008 11:07 AM)

He did reference the fact that the implant does need to be tucked behind the facial plate of bone Dr. Weinberg, on a number of occasions. Your point however is well taken; would that XP develop an ancillary method of posting graphics or animations to drive home the point - 3D is 3D in learning whether it's cbCT or drawings.

Michael Weinberg - (11/1/2008 8:56 PM)

He should have shown an occlusal view of the Osteotomy which would explain how in these cases we want to engage the palatal bone and stay away from the labial plate. The starting point with the spear shaped drill is the most crucial part of the Osteotomy as it creates the palatal position. Dr. Meltzer glanced over this point very nonchalantly. For the dentist just beginning to contemplate immediate placement, this is the most crucial point of all. He also should have illustrated when to take radiographs during the procedure. The description of the video states he outlines "every clinical step in great detail". I don't believe that this was the case. An average effort.

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