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Immediate Implant Placement and Loading of a Canine with a Thin Labial Plate - Surgical Video - Part 1 of 2

Description:
In this extremely detailed surgical video presentation, Dr. Alvaro Ordonez, a surgeon based in Miami, demonstrates the minimally invasive approach to the treatment of a canine with root resorption and a thin labial plate. Digitally based diagnosis and treatment planning leads the way to meticulous extraction, implant placement and temporization. The utilization of an angled implant to facilitate restorative orientation is also discussed in detail. In addition, a step-by-step temporization process is outlined for both surgeons and restorative dentists.

Date Added:
8/29/2011

Author(s):

Alvaro Ordoñez, DDS Alvaro Ordoñez, DDS

Dr. Ordonez first received his dental degree from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogota (Colombia) and served as a dental resident before his graduation at San Ant...
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Questions & Comments
yaarob sara - (12/19/2014 6:44 PM)

nice case dr ordonez, why such a long implant? is it due to length of canine root?

jaime schutt insignares - (4/10/2012 11:02 PM)

alvaro :necesito ver todos tus videos de casos que aparecen tanto en you tube o en dental xp quiero estar en conacto con tus demostraciones jaime schutt

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (12/11/2011 9:47 AM)

DEAR DR ALVARO EXCELLENT PRESENTATION PLEASE DO TELL ABOUT WHAT KIND OF OCCLUSION WAS GIVEN TO THIS PT AFTER TEMPROIZATION

Alvaro Ordonez - (9/2/2011 10:37 AM)

Dear Dr Florez:
As you saw in the video the provisional restoration was the same extracted tooth relined in some areas with composite, therefore you would expect the same type of staining that a regular composite placed in a tooth would have. This case is now restored and perhaps we could post the restorative phase as a second part here in XP, i will talk to eddie about it.

Alvaro Ordonez - (9/2/2011 10:35 AM)

I do Know your son, he has been helping me with a paper, I met him at the U. of Florida and was very impressed with his personality and his spanish. We recently lost contact since I resigned my position at the school.

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (9/1/2011 5:29 PM)

me ha salido agradez en vez de agradecer: lo lamento

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (9/1/2011 5:28 PM)

Queria agradez a Alvaro su excelente comunicación, como siempre talento a raudales, espero vernos por Colombia

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (9/1/2011 5:28 PM)

Queria agradez a Alvaro su excelente comunicación, como siempre talento a raudales, espero vernos por Colombia

Marwan Assaf - (8/31/2011 11:04 PM)

Excelent demonstration of immediate tempoization. Excellent video.

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