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抜歯、インプラント埋入、骨造成

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Dr. Maurice Salama described a long term treatment case requiring extraction, grafting, implant placement, restorative and orthodontic treatment. Many of the latest treatment modalities are demonstrated. Part 1 takes the clinician from extraction to implant placement.

Date Added:
8/4/2010

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
Joseph Ardizzone dds - (9/22/2013 7:55 PM)

Thanks for sharing.

Maurice Salama - (6/23/2013 7:16 AM)

Tom; good question. This requires a comparative study. Until then I prefer to over build. Thanks Dr. Salama

Tom Cassidy - (6/20/2013 4:21 PM)

Would a connective tissue graft not have accomplished the same long bterm result as it is thought that implants cannot stress bone similar to natural teeth and that resorption of bone is inevitable.

Band Ditto64 - (11/12/2012 9:18 AM)

Dr. Salama You provide sound reasoning and explanations in your presentation and answers. many thanks Band

Maurice Salama - (11/11/2012 5:13 PM)

Emad; thank you for your response. Yes, immediate temporization is an option but as the patient was under going ortho treatment I chose to delay loading. Regards Dr. Salama

emad habib - (11/10/2012 11:24 PM)

Dr Salama,thank u very mutch for ur greatfull surgery I am always like ur fantastec presetation My question is Why not u do immediat loading because u get 45 n as a primery stability Thank you againe

Maurice Salama - (7/4/2012 2:17 PM)

Carl; thank you for the comments. Yes, you are correct in your thoughts regarding my reasons for performing this procedure in this manner. Healing abutments allow for support ofmthvertical component of the soft tissues and move the barrier of GBR 3 mm above the implant fixture head. Yes , PRGF can assist in creating a stable soft tissue barrier during wound healing. Dr. Salama

Carl Choi - (7/2/2012 7:11 PM)

Dr. Salama, thank you for the elegant presentation. Given that you are performing GBR, why did you elect to place a healing abutment on the implant rather than a coverscrew and obtain primary closure? Is it to reduce distortion of the mucogingival position? Is the reason why an "open" GBR technique can work here without increasing the risk of infection due to the use of PRGF which seals the graft despite the lack of primary closure? Thanks so much again.

Charles Botbol - (7/2/2012 12:28 PM)

Beautiful surgery!!!

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