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Biomechanical and Occlusal Considerations in Posterior Implant Therapy - Part 1 of 2

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In this 1st of a 2 part presentation, Dr. Bassam Rabie details the critical biomechanical and occlusal considerations that clinicians must incorporate in planning posterior implant restorations. Emphasis is placed in factors that may especially be relevant to the treatment of implants placed in grafted sites, especially in sites receiving sinus elevation.

Date Added:
1/11/2011

Author(s):

Bassam F.  Rabie, BDS Bassam F. Rabie, BDS
Dr. Bassam F. Rabie

    Chairman and CEO Presidential Esthetics Center & Institute
    Became a prosthodontist in Pittsburgh, USA 1997
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Questions & Comments
Feras Ajawi - (8/11/2013 5:09 PM)

great wonderfull

hassan maghaireh - (7/31/2013 11:07 PM)

nice and well structured presentation Dr Rabie ...

Soumi SenGupta - (4/8/2012 5:56 PM)

Hi Dr Rabie ...nice presentation ..Thank you ...at 8.43 you mention you get screw loosening with screw retained versus cement retained restoration.i don't get this point as a cement retained restoration is attached to the screw retained abutment ..thus biomechanically the same thing.I agree i do more cement retained but not necessarily because they are less likely to loosen? Also you have not suggested the use of 2 standard implants in a molar restoration which would be of even greater surface area and biomechanically superior...do you agree?

maria cardile - (1/16/2011 5:31 PM)

great presentation, well presented.

maria cardile - (1/16/2011 5:31 PM)

great presentation, well presented. Maria cardile

Parr Michael - (1/11/2011 3:48 PM)

great lecture, very informative

Parr Michael - (1/11/2011 3:25 PM)

great lecture, very informative

eldo koshy - (1/10/2011 2:09 AM)

wonderful lecture.Very descriptive. Dr.Eldo Koshy, Cochin -25,India

mohamed abdel moniem - (1/9/2011 6:53 PM)

great lecture, very informative and down to the point.looking forward to more lectures

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