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Bone Preservation Might be the Answer

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To preserve or not to preserve the bone? This lecture will discuss the clinical advantages of bone preservation and compaction. Will address bone healing, implant stability, and early loading. The speaker will share multiple examples to demonstrate the shift in current thinking in osteotomy preparation. Indications and limitations will be discussed.

Date Added:
12/14/2017

Author(s):

Hisham F. Nasr, DDS, MScD, PhDc Hisham F. Nasr, DDS, MScD, PhDc

Dr. Nasr maintains a full time specialty private practice limited to Implants, Esthetics and Regenerative Periodontics in New Orleans and Old Metairie, Louisiana.

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Questions & Comments
byron scott - (1/14/2018 11:39 AM)

Interesting presentation.

ward clemmons530 - (12/26/2017 7:54 PM)

Nice cases. Thanks for the show. Does the pulp revitalize like normal tooth? Does the tooth experience apex narrowing over time? Will the tooth need Root Canal Therapy?

Bassam Rabie - (12/17/2017 12:42 PM)

Well documented dear Hisham and beautifully shown the significance of the use of these drills in different mind sets . Best regards Bro

Maurice Salama - (12/16/2017 11:18 AM)

Well reviewed and relevant questions answered regarding the use or misuse of this new technology. Thanks may friend. Maurice

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