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Immediate Implants and Socket Grafting Treatment Strategies

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Long span of treatment, frequent recall visits and second stage surgery makes  conventional implant treatment less favorable as compared to immediate implant  placement. Immediate implant placement overcomes these disadvantages of  conventional implant therapy and gives a better treatment option as compared.  Immediate implant placement is also advantageous in aesthetic areas as patient  can get treatment done immediately reducing surgical and prosthetic sessions,  thereby reducing time and overall visits to the dental office.

Date Added:
8/7/2014

Author(s):

Lanka Mahesh, BDS, MBA Lanka Mahesh, BDS, MBA
BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY
M.B.A
M.S (IMPLANT DENTISTRY), UCLA, (USA)
M.S (IMPLANT DENTISTRY,) CUFD (THAILAND)
DIPLOMA IN HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION
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Questions & Comments
James Wardner - (2/13/2015 9:58 PM)

I imagine the Dr is a very good surgeon. However, this video reminded me of dental school. Mostly it was before and after. Good luck trying to figure out how we got to after. The process is rarely shown, no difficulties arise at all, and the end result is amazing. It's not very helpful, really.

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (8/8/2014 4:06 PM)

Great sir Farhan

Raghunandana karantha - (8/8/2014 12:38 AM)

very nice presentation Lanka mahes. Dr.Raghunandana

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