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インプラントのEmergence Profileマネジメントのテクニックとセメンテーション

Description:
In this presentation, Dr. John Doerr discusses specific clinical techniques to efficiently manage the emergence profile of healing, temporary and final custom abutments in implant therapy in order to optimize esthetic results. In addition, Dr. Doerr shares a very effective technique for clinicians to minimize or eliminate the potential to leaving excess cement in the peri-implant tissue after luting.

Date Added:
2/21/2012

Author(s):

John Doerr, DDS John Doerr, DDS

CURRICULUM VITAE

John D. Doerr, B.A., D.D.S.,F.I.C.D., F.A.C.D.

Date of Birth: October 11, l944 [read more]






Online Videos / Surgery / Implant / Techniques to Manage Emergence Profile and Cementation in Implant Dentistry




Questions & Comments
Justin Scott302 - (6/18/2014 8:46 AM)

Good stuff, not enough on here about temporization

Tommy McGee - (2/21/2012 8:54 PM)

I am not sure I understand the technique for minimizing or eliminating the potential for excess cement left in the sulcus. Is it recommended to make the analog, place cement in the crown, place the crown on the analog, wipe away excess, and then remove the crown from the analog and seat it on the abutment? If so, it seems there would not be enough cement left in the crown to properly seal it. Maybe I am missing something. Please clarify.

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