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先天欠損歯のマネジメント-今何ができるのか

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In this presentation, discussed will be the diagnosis and treatment planning for the utilization of small diameter implants as well as techniques utilized to enhance the soft tissue profile. In addition, the use of orthodontics in achieving the appropriate space will also be demonstrated. Implant dentistry continues to impact the quality of care for patients with missing teeth. However, clinical situations with limited or reduced horizontal space continue to be a challenge. In cases of congenitally missing maxillary laterals or mandibular incisors, the situation can be severe. With the ability of small diameter implants less than 3.5 mm, such as Astra OsseoSpeed 3.0 implant, the narrow sites can be readily managed and aesthetic outcomes can be successfully achieved.

Date Added:
12/6/2011

Author(s):

Richard  Martin, DDS Richard Martin, DDS
Dr. Richard Martin is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in Lewisville-North Dallas, Texas. He is a graduate of New York University College of Dentistry where he was elected O...
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Questions & Comments
richard martin - (1/20/2012 7:14 PM)

Benjamin, Completion of growth can be evaluated by several radio graphic methods. Implant placement and soft tissue management has shown to predictable in late teens. Maintenance of soft tissue profile is paramount at the time of surgery. Most of today's implant designs have some form of platform switch in an attempt to maintain bone and tissue- two piece implants utilizing zirconia or gold hue CAD designed abutments allows the ability to change out and adjust margins if needed.

Benjamin Lo - (12/10/2011 10:04 PM)

For placing dental implants on tooth #7 & 10 in case one the adolescent patient I presume, do you consider the vertical discrepancy esthetic problem between dental implants and natural dentition in future ? Especially if the patient were a high smile line one, the dental implant crown margin won't be very nice to look.

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