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インプラント治療での即時負荷-日常の診療でのアプリケーション

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インプラント治療について骨生物学、生物力学的リサーチを活用し、危険因子を最小にし最善の結果を得るような外科的、補綴的治療のマネジメントおよび、よく組織されたチームによる治療計画について示唆する。加えて、デジタルイメージング、CAD/CAM、テンポライゼーションが強調される。

Date Added:
1/20/2012

Author(s):

Henry Salama, DMD Henry Salama, DMD
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Questions & Comments
ilir shehu - (6/8/2016 3:07 PM)

clear and comprehensive... thank you

abdul rashid - (8/15/2012 1:31 AM)

Fantastic lecture Dr Salama!

mikhail lyakhovetskiy - (7/22/2012 7:21 PM)

In case of the screw retained restoration do you use internal or external connection implants? Mike Lyakhovetskiy

Fareeda Daar - (1/30/2012 6:18 PM)

Wonderful to watch your presentation as always. What material do you augment the jumping distance Henry? regards Fareeda Daar

Barry Cohen - (1/29/2012 1:18 PM)

Henry, great video. I really enjoyed your presentation and continue to learn so much from your lectures. Be well. Barry

Bassam Rabie - (1/22/2012 9:06 AM)

A real Implant Posthodontist Henry. Great review of all the evolving immediate loading protocols. See you soon my friend. Bassam Rabie

henry salama - (1/19/2012 8:59 AM)

Primary stability, as mentioned, is purely mechanical and derived from friction fit, surface micro-geometry, or thread design. Secondary stability is BIOmechanical and represents what we define as "osseointegration". Cumulative stability is the term we assigned to the sum value of the two active processes as measured at any one time. The reason that they're important to conceptualize is that it can help the clinician to choose implant designs and clinical protocols that will ensure that cumulative stability remains at a level capable of achieving osseointegration even in an immediate loaded or provisional restoration.

Gustavo Perdomo - (1/18/2012 11:48 PM)

Great Presentation Henry. You have been always an excellent clinician , speaker and contributor to our field in Dentistry. Aesthetics, Phonetics, Function and long term Prosthesis for our patients.

Thank you

Gustavo Perdomo, DMD, CAGS
Boston, MA

Dr Juan Carlos Lutteral - (1/18/2012 9:42 PM)

Great again!! Thank you very much Dr. Salama!

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