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Implant Therapy Within the Esthetic Context: Immediate Implant Placement & Provisional

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Contemporary implant therapy aims to provide highly esthetic and predictable treatment outcomes, while decreasing treatment duration and complexity. The clinician must therefore become cognizant of circumstances with a predisposition for sub-optimal esthetic outcomes, and treatment plan accordingly; including scenarios where tooth preservation may be the preferred alternative. Provided that an immediate implant placement and provisionalization technique is utilized, single tooth implant sites without soft or hard tissue defects offer the most potential for predictable esthetic outcomes. This presentation will feature a comprehensive description of the protocol currently utilized at the University of Pennsylvania’s Periodontal Prosthesis program, including a discussion of the treatment rationale and technique considerations.

Date Added:
1/18/2017

Author(s):

Ernesto  A. Lee, DMD Ernesto A. Lee, DMD
Dr. Ernesto A. Lee is the Director of the Postgraduate Periodontal Prosthesis Program, and a Clinical Professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medic...
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Questions & Comments
Eric Pena - (4/23/2017 7:05 PM)

Brief and concise lectures, very informative. Thank you!

Ernesto Lee - (2/14/2017 8:06 AM)

Muchas gracias Miguel. Un abrazo!

Ernesto Lee - (2/14/2017 8:06 AM)

Hi Vic. Patients wear the appliance only at night. Have never seen eruption of teeth as a result. I prefer however, to open the bite with composite overlays through the period of osseointegration. Using this approach, you will occasionally see intrusion of one or more bicuspids. Once you remove the composite, the teeth rebound and occlusal contact is re-established within a 2-3 weeks. Hope to see you soon buddy. All the best!

Ernesto Lee - (2/14/2017 8:02 AM)

Hi Maurice. I see xenograft granules exfoliate on occasion, but it not a frequent occurrence in my experience. Bear in mind that I make an effort to keep the graft particles to the level of the crest, so that they will be contained within the clot, taking full advantage of the socket healing process. I think that if the particles are placed above the crest to the level of the soft tissue, one should observe more graft exfoliation. Great seeing you in Vegas. All the best!

Ernesto Lee - (2/14/2017 7:58 AM)

Thanks Arieh. Best regards.

Miguel Hirschhaut - (2/8/2017 6:44 AM)

Me encanto Ernesto. Te felicito. Abrazo

Victor Martel - (1/26/2017 2:55 PM)

Awesome! Have you ever seen any anterior super eruption with you partial coverage appliance? How many hours do you have them wear the appliance?

Maurice Salama - (1/22/2017 2:02 PM)

Nice job and very well described. I have seen cases with Xenograft in the GAP spontaneously exfoliate thru the flap? Have you had any cases and can you explain? See you in Vegas. Maurice

aryeh gellman - (1/21/2017 2:12 PM)

Thank you for your practical and precise lecture .I especially liked the part (the end) about occlusal management which as you said is too often overlooked and usually will make the difference between success or failure. tnx Aryeh

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