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Immediate and Early Loading Protocols in the Partially Edentulous Patient

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The ultimate goal of an immediate loading protocol is to reduce the number of surgical interventions and shorten the time frame between surgery and prosthetic delivery, all without sacrificing implant success rates. These new protocols will ultimately lessen patient’s reservations and result in increased acceptance of implant therapy. The lecture will address a variety of topics related to immediate and early loading in partially edentulous patients from single tooth to multiple units. Early loading will be addressed as well and compared to immediate loading in a evidence-based approach.

Date Added:
12/18/2014

Author(s):

Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD
Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD Received his MD degree (1981), DDS degree (1984). Speciality in Orthodontics (1986) from University of Milan, Italy. Fellowship at the D...
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Questions & Comments
yaarob sara - (8/13/2019 8:09 AM)

great ideas. Thank you. Yaarob

Hui Hwa Chen - (1/8/2015 10:51 AM)

Thank you for your sharing. I really agree with what Dr.ET said.

ENRIQUE TREVINO - (12/15/2014 12:50 PM)

Excellent information, I agree completely with Your Philosophy. Thanks for sharing, Dr. ET

chandanpreet jaspal - (12/12/2014 6:47 PM)

Thank you so much this great information. Bless

Xavier Uriarte - (12/9/2014 9:11 PM)

thanks Dr. Salama we are working with these method from a while with very good results. any time you can visit us to chile.

Maurice Salama - (12/9/2014 12:03 PM)

Xavier; I think this has been done already and can work very well especially with CadCam technologies and Optical Scanning. Dr. Salama

Xavier Uriarte - (12/9/2014 9:14 AM)

great lecture greetings from chile, and what do you think about zirconia abutments that copy the entire emergence profile in the esthetic zone?.

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