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Immediate Loading in Implant Dentistry - Coherent Clinical Application in Everyday Practice

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Dr. Henry Salama will utilize research data on bone biology and biomechanics around implants to suggest treatment planning parameters for well organized team logistics and clinical management of both surgical and restorative protocols to minimize risk factors and optimize successful outcomes. In addition, Digital imaging, CAD/CAM and temporization will be especially emphasized.

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7/9/2014

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Henry Salama, DMD Henry Salama, DMD
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Questions & Comments
VISHAL SINGH - (7/15/2014 8:20 AM)

Hello DR Salma
really enlightening presentation. My doubts are,
1. What should we do where we are going for immediate implant in extraction socket? Should we completely burry the implant or we can put pme?
2. Should we wait for immediate provisionalization or rather wait , in cases of molar implants with grafted site?
3. What should one do if implant fail within a month and could be the reasons for failure,even prf plus graft used?

henry salama - (7/10/2014 12:16 PM)

Laurent, if you use a stock abutment at the time of implant placement, once you've finished preparing it and prior to seating it, (1)make sure to take an impression of it extra-orally in order to create a refractory die that the lab will be able to use to fabricate the final restoration. (2) use the refractory die to fabricate a pattern resin transfer coping which you will subsequently pick-up as part of your final impression without ever having to introduce cord. Hope that helps.

henry salama - (7/10/2014 12:11 PM)

William, I fill the screw access holes all temporary restorations with Barricaid Light Cured Periodontal Surgical Dressing from DENTSPLY Caulk. Once cured, it never gets totally hard but rather just a hard rubbery set which is very easy to engage with an explorer and pop out whole. If, I'm doing it for a long-term screw retained restoration, I would still use Barricaid but just top it off with 2mm of a standard hybrid composite for a more durable & esthetic seal.

Nassib Fares - (7/10/2014 9:05 AM)

Remarkable, a great review on immediate loading and temporization. Always learning from a great Clinician and Educator. Nassib Fares.

William Harris - (7/9/2014 10:13 PM)

What do you fill the screw access hole on the abutement with?

laurent oiknine - (7/9/2014 8:39 PM)

Fantastic presentation. With the generic òff the rack` abutment that was shaped intraorally, how does one take the final impression a few months after immediate implant placement in the one abutment one time modality of treatment ?

Carlos Sánchez - (7/9/2014 8:31 PM)

Always is a pleasure see Dr Salama... Great conference, great presentation...

Claudia Lopes - (7/9/2014 5:37 PM)

Great Presentation!!!

David Bakhouche - (7/9/2014 1:00 PM)

Thanks a lot for your teaching. Just a question: you put the implant 1mm under the buccal bone crest. What s the consequence about periodontal pocket, in particular on the interproximal sites?

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