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Immediate Molar Implant Placement With Superwide Diameter Implant - Part 1 of 2

Description:
Salvation of failing molars are now a clinical dilemma due to cost and predictability. Therefore most dental clinicians prefer extraction, healing, than placing of the implant. However, this often involves socket preservation and delayed approach due to technical difficulties in placement of an implant at the septum of the molar extraction site. Dr. Lee will present a new techique utilizing a trephine to collect autogenous bone, and placement of a superwide implant 6-8mm in diameter to fill up the extraction site.

Date Added:
10/12/2010

Author(s):

Samuel Lee, DDS Samuel Lee, DDS
Dr. Samuel Lee has earned double doctoral degree in Dentistry. He has earned Doctor of Medical Science (4-5 years full time doctoral degree) from Harvard Univ...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (2/2/2015 3:55 PM)

Ward. I get mine from GAC or Dentaurum. Many others available as well. Dr. Salama

ward clemmons530 - (2/2/2015 1:11 AM)

where did you get your tads?????

yaarob sara - (11/25/2014 12:37 PM)

MegaGen is just great

Maurice Salama - (11/25/2014 11:03 AM)

Mansour; I also do not utilize a membrane at time of immediate implant placement. As long as the gap is less than 2.25mm to the surrounding walls the literature does not support the need for a membrane. Dr. Salama

Hayri Serin - (11/15/2013 7:08 AM)

Tebrikler,Dr.Lee.

mansour mirzaie - (3/1/2012 5:33 PM)

nice presentation,but you did not cover your allograft with any kind of membrane , don't you think ,the bone quality around the implant will not be the best,since you did not cover it with membrane I mean in cases ,where you don't have enough auto-genes bone and you are forced to use allograft?thanks again

haidar algousous - (12/16/2010 6:00 AM)

Great job Doctor Lee.

Paul Ouellette - (10/22/2010 6:15 AM)

Great job Doctor Lee. As an orthodontist just learning how to place implants you have opened my eyes to several ways to better serve my patients. The majority of my orthodontic colleagues limit their practices to traditional orthodontics. After 40 years of traditional ortho I am ready to used learned ortho skills to more favorably plan and place implants. Thank you for your contribution.

Te-hsin Wang - (10/15/2010 8:01 PM)

Can you show me the diameter of abutment of Superwide molar implant. I care about the neck fracture

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