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Site Preservation of Tissue (SPOT): The Synergy of Partial Extration Therapy & Osseodensification

Description:
Tooth extraction leads to loss of bundle bone and soft tissue. This is a possible limitation for immediate or delayed implant placement. As a result, it is often necessary to performed extensive augmentation procedures to facilitate implant placement. Partial Extraction Therapy preserves bundle bone and soft tissue while Osseodensification improves primary implant stability through preservation of and autografting of trabecular bone. This presentation outlines the biological rational and benefits of tissue preservation to optimize oral reconstruction with dental implants. S.P.O.T is a comprehensive treatment methodologies based upon preservation of nature. The objective is to emphasize how the use of innovative diagnostics, surgical techniques, and instrumentation can preserve or enhance treatment outcomes.

Date Added:
11/5/2020

Author(s):

Charles Schwimer, DMD Charles Schwimer, DMD
Dr. Charles Schwimer maintains a full-time private practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA limited to periodontics and implants, specializing in biologically based preservat...
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Questions & Comments
Charles Schwimer - (10/28/2020 9:26 PM)

Farhan.I very much appreciate your response. Afterall that’s why we are all here at DentalXP.

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (10/27/2020 1:30 PM)

amazing new learning

Charles Schwimer - (10/26/2020 6:58 AM)

Snjezana I just love your take on Spot! Given your level of PET expertise and experience you clearly understand the need for increased control and precision as we widen the scope of PET to include more complex sites. Spot and Robinhood walk hand “KEEP THE GOOD LOSE THE BAD”

Charles Schwimer - (10/26/2020 6:50 AM)

Richard. Thank you for your kind words and most importantly your interest and willingness to incorporate Spot into your digital work flow. The Spot biological and technical concepts are ideal for the digital world. It’s time to Richard fy it!

snjezana pohl - (10/24/2020 2:34 PM)

SPOT is on the best way to become the gold standard in implant treatment. Incredibly didactic and conviencing lecture to the technique that allows us to control the procedure and get as much precision as possible!

richard martin - (10/23/2020 10:09 PM)

Chuckle, You know how much I appreciate this technique - the predictability of it is its beauty SPOT ify Cheers,

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