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Delayedでのインプラントによるシンプルな治療例

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欠損歯へのdelayedでのインプラント埋入がシンプルな方法により行われる。このビデオでは、ミネラルの骨材で骨移植をし4カ月後の、delayedでの第2小臼歯へのインプラント埋入に注目する。 バイオホライズン社のテーパードレーザーロックインプラントを使用した最小限のフラップリフレクションと唇側べニアグラフトに続いて、レーザーロックアバットメントの即時装着と即時非機能テンポライゼーションが行われる。「ワンアバットメント・ワンタイム」のコンセプトから、インプラント修復と骨頂維持の手法が紹介される。

Date Added:
5/23/2012

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (6/4/2012 4:56 PM)

Jorge and Tarek; many thanks. As a staged case after socket grafting this is typical. The reason no membrane was utilized here was that we were looking for ridge development and preventionmof further labial resorption and not bone to implant osseointegration. Thanks for all the posts my friends. Dr. Salama

Jorge Novillo - (6/4/2012 6:40 AM)

Dr Salama easy and nice presentation !!!

tarek bahsoun - (6/3/2012 4:16 PM)

very good job Maurice,with a very little flap,so no postoperative pain

Andres Paraud - (5/30/2012 3:23 PM)

Dr. Salama great presentation, wich implant do you preffer? niohorizons laserlock or ankylos with the morse cone proposal? Best regards Andres Paraud

Samir Badalov - (5/30/2012 1:48 PM)

Dr Salama, nice presentation ! Why didn't you place collagen membrane over the graft?

sameh salama - (12/3/2011 3:23 PM)

Dr. salama, thanks for this illustrative presentation. why didn't you place a protective membrane barrier around the crestally placed bone chips.

Danny O'Keefe - (11/29/2011 3:18 PM)

You make it look so easy. But, it takes so much skill, knowledge and experience. I salute you for this and so many other techniques you are sharing. thanks

Luis Leon - (11/28/2011 4:16 PM)

Gracias Dr. Salama, por excelente video y explicacion de la tecnica inmediata, grandes soluciones para este paciente.
Gracias
Dr. Luis Leon

Maurice Salama - (11/24/2011 5:49 PM)

Alper; great discussion.! I believe they are considering the removal of the machined collar. The key to success will be to place the abutments at the same time as insertion to preserve the connective tissue attachment. Great discussion and further research. Dr. Salama

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