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Carga Inmediata Usando Cirugía Guiada

Description:
Esta extremadamente detallada presentación resalta el diagnóstico, planeamiento y ejecución de un caso total con extracciones, instalación inmediata de implantes y carga inmediata a través de la utilización de cirugía guiada. En esta presentación el Dr. Alvarez comparte una serie de modificaciones técnicas y clínicas con las que él cree que esta herramienta se hace mas amigable.

Date Added:
3/14/2011

Author(s):

Orlando Alvarez Del C., DDS, MS Orlando Alvarez Del C., DDS, MS

  • DDS, University of Chile
  • Master Degree in Implants and Oral Rehabilitation, University Andrés Bello
  • Clinical training in the Branemark System; V...
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Questions & Comments
Emilio Mateo - (6/25/2013 7:48 PM)

Dr. Orlando Excelente Presentación!! Abrazos!

elvio durando - (11/18/2012 5:00 PM)

Claro, sencillo y de alto valor clínico. Felicitaciones

Paulina Barrientos373 - (8/20/2012 1:03 AM)

Clarísimo, muy buena presentación, y muy didáctica. Felicitaciones!

Adolfo Gonzalez - (8/10/2012 2:35 PM)

Gracias por el aporte Dr. Alvarez. Saludos desde México Fac. de Odontología de Coahuila

Orlando Alvarez - (4/8/2012 10:45 PM)

Josefa disculpa la tardanza ...pero me gustaria conversarlo contigo, mi mail por si no lo viste es dr.alvarez@oseointegracion.cl mandame tus datos de contacto y conversaremos ambos temas. gracias por tu contacto !!

josefa de isaacs - (3/26/2012 2:18 AM)

Dr. Alvarez, sin tener nada que ver con su profesión, como una ama de casa común y silvestre, quisiera agradecer la forma tan clara y educativa de expresar su técnica. En 2o lugar quisiera preguntarle sobre el tipo de cirugía. Tengo 51 años y he perdido varias piezas dentales, no por falta de higiene, más bien lo contrario, mis dientes son pequeños y al hacerme limpiezas dentales el especialista hizo zurcos que posteriormente causaron que mis dientes se "partieran", sin contar los que ya habían sido tratados anteriormente con las técnicas apropiadas según los especialistas que me trataron. La pregunta va por que generalmente soy muy alérgica a diferentes materiales. Puede mi encía y organismo causar un rechazo a los fijadores de la prótesis? No soy hipertensa hasta ahora, pero la cirugía presenta risgos en ese sentido? A mi me gustaría volver a comer por ej, carne como antes, preo me siento sumamente egoista pensando en mis dientes cuando pienso por ej. en mi hermana menor que vive en Canarias, ella nació con labio leporino y hendidura palatina y aún no puede tener esa dentadura definitiva por falta de recursos, por ello le pregunto, es muy caro el procedimiento en ambos casos? Disculpe Ud. la franqueza, pero por su clase observé que Ud. tiene por prioridad el bienestar del paciente, casi siempre el problema son los costos, tanto en mi caso como en el de mi hermana allá. Agradezco su tiempo en leer este post y más aun si Ud. puede contestar mis dudas. Josefa SOcorro de Isaacs

Jesus Ibarra183 - (11/15/2011 8:49 PM)

Very interesting case report. I would be happy to see the x-ray (OPG)before the surgical procedure. Thank you very much.

Orlando Alvarez - (6/23/2011 11:21 AM)

Jose, disculpa la tardanza en la respuesta, el modelo se realiza a partir de la guía quirúrgica entonces hay que estar muy encima de todo el proceso de laboratorio a fin de evitar errores que después se pagan muy caros, sobre todo en la construcción de modelos

Jose Azofeifa Herrera - (5/25/2011 3:38 PM)

Excelente presentación! Dr.el modelo de trabajo con analogos se confeccionó a partir del la guía quirúrgica? Habría que hacer una "cirugía" al modelo? La compañia lo envia o toma la impresión para carga inmediata postquirúrgica? Gracias

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