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Immediate Implant Provisionalization - A Critical Aspect in Tissue Care and Esthetics-Part 1

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The management of the hopeless tooth or an edentulous span in the Estheitc Zone is amongst the most clinically demanding procedures in tooth replacement due to the demands of tissue preservation and patient management during the healing phase. As important as the implant surgical process in these areas is the role of the immediate provisional resotration. Tissue support, emergence profile and The provisional restoration phase of implant therapy has become one of the most critical steps in immediate or delayed placement. A step-by-step protocol will be presented in how to fabricate the proper screw-retained provisional restoration from the fabrication of the acrylic shell to managing and capturing the proper supportive subgingival contour.

Date Added:
8/31/2012

Author(s):

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
Joseph Ardizzone dds - (9/23/2013 3:04 AM)

Great information on bone preservation.

Maurice Salama - (6/1/2013 1:18 PM)

e chan; It Socket Shield only 1mm of labial portion of root left behind indefinitely. In "SRT" technique we leave behind the entire root 1mmm above the crestal bone and cover with Flap or CTG. The root canal can be filled with glass ionomer if already RCT treated or left VITAL without anything added to canal space. Good luck Dr. Salama

e chan - (5/31/2013 1:53 AM)

With the piece of the tooth that was left in socket shield technique, is it left in indefinitely after the implant is placed? Is the implant directly in contact with the piece of tooth in the coronal part? Just curious, not that i will use the technique at the moment. And with Dr Salama's root submergence technique, is the tooth root canal treated before submerging it? Any restoration over the top of the root before submerging it?

tareq rashdan - (1/5/2013 8:54 PM)

Yet another reason why Dental XP is an amazing forum

Bashar imran - (12/10/2012 2:13 PM)

Informative ,,excellent work .

Agnieszka Milbauer - (9/20/2012 7:53 AM)

One of the best lectures on Dental XP. Thank you Dr Chu.

Osama Abdel Qader - (9/18/2012 9:15 AM)

I enjoyed this study so much
you approved very clearly that using BG with provisional will preserve the vertical tissue length
you answer one of my big questions
Thank you

SERGE MADHERE - (9/17/2012 10:02 PM)

Awesome presentation Dr. Chu. It was very informative.

John Zaki - (9/10/2012 8:47 AM)

Great and rich presentation dr. chu but let me get this straight , it is preferable to place a bone graft material around immediate implants to decrease the bucco-lingual collapse especially in aesthetic zone right ? also can we prevent the B-L collapse by using bioactive agents as BMP for example ?

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