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Delayed Implant Placement after Extraction - Strategies and Soft Tissue Management - Part 2

Description:
In this video, Dr. Alvarez show us an easy and simple way by using the 3inOne concept, to face the definitive impression and cementation process without loosing all the good results during the extraction, implant placement and provisionalizations.

Date Added:
2/19/2012

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 AndrĂ©s Bello
  • Clinical training in the Branemark System; V...
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Questions & Comments
Orlando Alvarez - (2/22/2012 5:58 PM)

Gracias Miguel !!!

MIguel Troiano - (2/22/2012 6:16 AM)

Excelente presentación , muy simple y predecible. Very nice presentation , easy and predictable. Miguel Troiano

MIguel Troiano - (2/22/2012 6:16 AM)

Excelente presentación , muy simple y predecible. Very nice presentation , easy and predictable. Miguel Troiano

Orlando Alvarez - (2/17/2012 10:49 PM)

To be really honest ...I don't have experience with that technique, but I will consider it for future cementation, I love those kinds of comments, they make me take another point of view

Maurice Salama - (2/16/2012 9:20 AM)

Orlando; Just beautiful documentation. The implant crown looks healthier than any other tooth in the patient's mouth. Would you consider cememtation "out of the mouth" on a lab stone die or analog to remove gross excess prior to going to the mouth?
Less cement issues??
thanks my friend
Maurice

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