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Άμεση ολική αποκατάσταση του κεντρικού τομέα της Άνω γνάθου

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Σε αυτή τη βήμα προς βήμα χειρουργική παρουσίαση ένας καταδικασμένος κεντρικός τομέας ΑΓ θα εξαχθεί και θα αποκατασταθεί άμεσα με ένα οδοντικό εμφύτευμα και μια προσωρινή στεφάνη εκτός σύγκλεισης. Θα παρουσιαστούν οι συντεταγμένες τοποθέτησης του εμφυτέυματος στο άμεσο μετεξακτικό φατνίο καθώς και ο τρόπος τοποθέτησης των διαφόρων βιουλικών. Τέλος θα παρουσιαστεί η άμεση προσωρινή αποκατάσταση και η σωστή αρχιτεκτονική της όπως επίσης και η μετεγχειρητική κλινική εικόνα.

Date Added:
6/18/2011

Author(s):

Konstantinos D Valavanis, DDS Konstantinos D Valavanis, DDS
Dr. Valavanis attended the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Dental School, Greece, where he received his degree in dentistry in 2000. After graduating he ...
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Questions & Comments
Osama Abdel Qader - (1/23/2018 9:27 AM)

nice technique

konstantinos valavanis - (7/23/2017 10:50 AM)

Ναι / Yes always in order to better map the area and perform as minimal invasive surgery possible.

Leroy Horton - (8/16/2013 7:01 PM)

Bravo. Poli kalo video. Xrisimopoieis CT katholou?

DIMITRIOS KOFINIDAKIS - (12/15/2012 2:45 AM)

ΣΥΓΧΑΡΗΤΗΡΙΑ, ΕΞΑΙΡΕΤΙΚΟ ΒΙΝΤΕΟ !

binh tran - (5/29/2011 1:52 AM)

Thank you for your excellent presentation and quality of video. Dr. Binh Tran DDS

SHARAT SOMSUNDER - (5/26/2011 12:54 AM)

thank you dr.konstantinos for your highly informative video presentation...i have a case just like this coming up and this video was a godsend.

konstantinos valavanis - (4/3/2011 7:03 PM)

thank u:) there are many parameters that we take under consideration whether to go immediate or first augment. The 2 main parameters are : a) the volume of hard and soft tissues-if not adequate, later placement and b) adjacent implants-immediate (flapless if possible) is preferable.

alper gultekin - (4/2/2011 2:12 PM)

Nice presentation.. Do u have any guidelines between immediate implantation versus socket preservation for anterior region?

konstantinos valavanis - (3/31/2011 8:13 PM)

It was a 0,5mm Roeko Flexi Dam Non Latex from Coltene Whaledent.

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