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Partial Extraction Therapy (PET) in Everyday Practice: Part 2

Description:
This presentation describes new tools, including burs and new trans-mucosal abutments, which may enhance the clinician's ability to incorporate the Socket Shield technique into their practice. In addition, incorporating in-office CAD CAM technology, such as Zirkonzahn, makes it possible to design and fabricate same-day custom restorations including the ability, under special circumstances, to go directly to the final restoration.

Date Added:
3/16/2017

Author(s):

Filipe Lopes, DDS, DMD Filipe Lopes, DDS, DMD
Filipe Lopes DDS, DMD

Dental degree in Oporto’s Dental University - Hospital de S. João - FMDUP.

Member of BTI´s International Scientific Committe...
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Bernardo de Mira Corrêa, DDS, DMD Bernardo de Mira Corrêa, DDS, DMD
Bernardo de Mira Corrêa DDS, DMD

Dental degree in Oporto’s Dental University - Hospital de S. João - FMDUP.

CEO of Clínica Mira Corrêa, Oporto’s ...
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Questions & Comments
filipe lopes - (7/27/2017 7:24 PM)

Loyd good question. Up until now it´s not an issue. Even on immediate load provisionals we´re now providing an occlusion pretty similar to final desirable occlusion.

Loyd Dowd - (6/15/2017 12:37 PM)

Any problems with implant integration when you place the final crown in occlusion the day you place the implant? My experience has been that I can't trust patients to chew on the other side for any length of time.

filipe lopes - (3/24/2017 2:07 PM)

... and make tissues & bone respond to your "perfect" restoration & not doing the restoration according to the tissues you end with. Yes Mo, 3D & CAD CAM complete game changers. Thx Maurice.

Maurice Salama - (3/22/2017 5:28 PM)

Filipe; It is a game change indeed to be able to provide patients with all this at the same day of treatment. Digital 3D and restorative cadcam are paving the way....save the root...save the bone....

filipe lopes - (3/22/2017 5:41 AM)

Thx Mo. Going straight to FINAL RESTORATION has been very exciting. We have a couple more cases now that are making us dazzled with this possibility. See you soon in New York.

Maurice Salama - (3/17/2017 2:44 PM)

Well done my friend...very provocative concepts. Thank you Maurice

filipe lopes - (3/17/2017 1:40 PM)

SSHIELD + same day FINAL RESTORATION + IMMED LOAD is a lot because of this UNIT abutment inteface that provides you truly with a Virtual One Piece Implant & a BIOBLOCK.

filipe lopes - (3/14/2017 6:24 AM)

Hi Peter! Thx for your input! The UNIT abutments are for BTI implants.

filipe lopes - (3/13/2017 9:01 AM)

Hi Henry! Thx for your comment! I quite agree with you. It's awesome opportunity to do it. But this ONE Protocol takes it a little bit beyond that. In fact this is just not a transmucosal abutment, it's a transmucosal and transosseous abutment. The way it connects to the implant, BIOBLOCK concept, and also the nanoroughness of its surface makes it one of a kind. This might well be the turning point of an implant centered implantology to an abutment centered biology. And on top of that you will have machined zirconia in contact with the epithelium, which seems to be the best artificial surface to deal with this attachment nowadays. See you in New York University to talk about the incredible SOFT BLOCK. Thx again Henry.

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