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即時インプラントプロビジョナル-軟組織ケアと審美のための重要事項-Part 1

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審美ゾーンでのHopeless歯または無歯顎部分のマネジメントは、軟組織の保存の必要性および治癒期間中の患者のマネジメントのため、臨床的に最も難しい術式の一つとされている。審美ゾーンでは、インプラント埋入と同じように、即時インプラントプロビジョナルも重要である。軟組織サポート、emergence profile、そして治療中のプロビジョナルで対応する期間は、即時・Delayed両方の埋入において、もっとも重要なステップとなる。歯肉縁下部分でのサポートとなる、適切なスクリュー式プロビジョナルをアクリリックシェルを用いて作成する方法をステップ毎に紹介する。

Date Added:
8/7/2014

Author(s):

Stephen J. Chu, DMD, MSD, CDT Stephen J. Chu, DMD, MSD, CDT
Dr. Stephen Chu received his doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1984 and his master’s degree in restorative dentistry and ...
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Questions & Comments
enrique vera - (7/30/2014 11:05 PM)

Great presentation Dr. Chu, best regards from Chile

Chris Lee - (7/30/2014 7:21 AM)

Nice presentation. Steve. American and European attitudes to immediate placement seem to be converging with respect to aesthetics.

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