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Tomando decisions clinicas criticas en la consulta de perio-orto

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Durante la presentacion se muestran 2 casos extremos en los cuales se tuvieron que tomar algunas decisiones complejas que nos ayudaron a lograr terminar favorablemente los casos. Se hace incapie en el manejo de los tiempos y del manejo biologico.

Date Added:
7/12/2011

Author(s):

Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID
Dr. Manuel de la Rosa-G received his specialty certificate and Master Degree in both Periodontics and Implantology from the University of Texas in Houston, wh...
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Questions & Comments
Rene Rebeil - (2/9/2014 10:31 PM)

Muchas gracias, estimado Manolo, por compartir tan interesantes casos en este importante escaparate. Felicidades y espero sigamos aprovechando tus precentaciones, al menos por este medio. Un abrazo!

saadou khalaf - (2/7/2014 1:57 PM)

thank , i would like to ask about english version on the same topic

Manuel De LA ROSA - (2/20/2012 7:51 PM)

Dr Sergio García Siordia, Se coloco un braquet sobre una corona solamente porque solo requeria de un implante para la fuerza de anclaje necesaria para mover los otros dientes vecinos anteriores. Con la ortodoncia no podemos mover un implante, ni era nuestra intención mover los implantes. Basicamente un implante no se puede mover con Ortodoncia porque no tiene ligamento periodontal. Cualquier duda estoy a la orden, mi mail es manolo@drsdelarosa.com Saludos!

Manuel De LA ROSA - (2/20/2012 7:40 PM)

Dr Jorge Olivera, los implantes Straumman los coloque con un ISQ de 65 de acuerdo al Osstell, y colocamos los aditamentos protésicos con un torque de 20N. Tuvimos estabilidad primaria en ambos. Las coronas no se hicieron ferulizadas por cuestiones de la Ortodoncia. Revisamos la guía anterior y los dejamos fuera de contacto a ambas coronas. Nos ayudo la mal posición inicial en este punto. Un saludo afectuoso

SERGIO GARCIA SIORDIA - (2/20/2012 8:02 AM)

Hola Dr. muy buena e interesante exposicion de casos, solo me resta una pregunta, observé que se colocó bracket en una corona sobre implantes, se movió de posición el mismo??, o mejor dicho, se puede mover por medio ortodontico un implante(s),y existe algún articulo al respecto?? saludos y gracias. SGS

Jorge Olivera - (2/8/2012 2:22 PM)

una pregunta, con cuanto de torque ingresaron los dos implantes straumman y porque no se hicieron coronas ferulizadas como provisionales, teniendo en cuenta la guia anterior? Por lo demas me parecen casos muy interesantes. Saludos desde PERU.

Manuel De LA ROSA - (8/6/2011 7:48 AM)

Muchas gracias Dr Ruben Mengual, muchos saludos desde México.

RUBEN MENGUAL - (8/3/2011 8:19 AM)

excelentes casos clinicos y decisiones muy acertadas

gracias

Manuel De LA ROSA - (7/26/2011 8:16 PM)

Muchas gracias Dr. Jose Mena y Dr. Juan Ceccarelli Calle por sus comentarios. Un abrazo desde Méxio.

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