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Guided, Flapless, 即時インプラント 埋入Part 1

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In this first of a series, utilizing both lectures and clinical videos, Dr. John Roberts presents a thorough and well integrated clinical protocol called Smart Implants for utilizing CT guided flapless implant placement with immediate loading to restore full arches. Virtual planning, impression taking, managing slight positional discrepancies as well as the occlusion and VDO are just a few of the important clinical issues that are described in depth.

Date Added:
5/7/2010

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John Roberts, DDS John Roberts, DDS
Dr. John Roberts graduated from the University of the Pacific in 1995. He is proud to have had the opportunity to teach various live patient programs on cosm...
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Questions & Comments
John Roberts - (5/27/2010 5:37 AM)

Dr. ZEITMAN, The guide keys each have a different internal diameter so that you can start with a 2mm drill, then change to a larger drill, etc. All guided. The tubes have 4.5mm diameter, so no guidance for anything smaller than 4.5mm diameter.

BARRY ZEITMAN611 - (5/20/2010 1:58 PM)

Great technique! Why is the surgical guide key used? Why don't the tubes in the surgical guide provide proper orientation. Tank You.

John Roberts - (5/18/2010 7:32 AM)

Dr. Durrani, We mix 10 to 15% by weight Barium sulfate in the powder of the denture acrylic. This takes excessive mixing, I like the coffee grinder. The denture is scanned in the mouth and the screws are surgical 2x15. A list of the supplies is posted on www.smartimplants.info John.

DR FARHAN DURRANI - (5/15/2010 10:06 AM)

excellent technique ,please tell how you duplicate the Denture with barium sulphate material ,plus you keep the denture in mouth and scan right ,screws used are same as used in oral surgical procedures?
DR FARHAN DURRANI INDIA

John Roberts - (5/13/2010 9:10 AM)

Dr. Milind Saudagar,
Thank you for the comment. I don't disagree with the Nobel pins, they are very nice, however discomfort has never been an issue. The differences between this and Nobel are: 1. the bridge carrier is unique. It would be a huge advantage to any doctor doing the all on four procedure, although, nobel could acquire this patent and incorporate it into their system. 2. Because everything is made on a stereolithic master model we can incorporate a metal framework in a bridge with the holes placed and flanges removed pre operatively compared to altering an existing denture. Faster, easier and stronger. Again, the unique carrier allows this and insures the occlusion is correct.
The sophistication and precision of all the guided systems today are excellent; all are defining the standard of care. This system is not implant brand specific, I have done several cases with Nobel implants with great success. In fact, I place Nobel in my office.
John.

milind saudagar - (5/9/2010 6:47 AM)

good video. but nobel guide seems to be much more sofisticated & precision is high. also the retention screws might cause more discomfort than the pins used in nobel guide. this is a very good alternative procedure, if one is not using nobel biocare implants. thank you for the information

vijailakshmi acharya - (5/9/2010 4:16 AM)

excellent information doctor >would like to know whether the local lab can make these scans or it has to be made at a dedicated place .How different is this from Nobelguide scan procedure where one has to scan the denture separately and then with the patient wearing the denture. what prescription do you send for the slice views in the Dicom format? I never get the same images back every time from the scan centre .Thank you very much

Yoram Rosen - (5/8/2010 12:09 PM)

Bravo,very nice wark!!!!!!!

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