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即時VSDelayedソケットインプラント

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抜歯窩への即時インプラント埋入はわれわれの�者にとって有効な方法である。しかし、そこには短期、そしてより重要な長期のリスクがあることを我々臨床家は知っておかなければならない。このビデオでは、抜歯窩へのシングルもしくは多数の即時インプラント埋入を選択した場合に起こりえる問題と、臨床的・生物学的な利点についてお伝えする。

Date Added:
10/9/2013

Author(s):

Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS
Dennis P. Tarnow is currently Clinical Professor of Periodontology and Director of Implant Education at Columbia School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Tarnow has a certificate...
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Questions & Comments
Suzan Banjar - (1/12/2016 3:44 AM)

What about if there is a buccal fenestration at the apex of the root? Do you still do the same protocol ??

karl jobst95 - (1/6/2016 6:21 PM)

Thank you for the great video. We have achieved the same results numerous times. We remove the tooth lingually and stay away from the buccal plate without doing a flap.

Graham Roy - (1/4/2016 5:40 AM)

Dr Tarnow,
thankyou for an excellent presentation.
Stephen Chen [ITI] has produced data indicating that many problems only occur visibly at five plus years. What is the longest duration of your follow-ups for these procedures please?
Many thyanks. Graham Roy

byron scott - (12/16/2015 8:10 AM)

Excellent Presentation.

SAVITHRI RAVINDRAN - (1/25/2014 3:15 AM)

If buccal plate destroyed in the apical 1/3 but intact 2/3 of the root length from gingival margin,is it o.k to place an immediate implant with grafting ?

benjamin yan - (1/20/2014 12:13 AM)

Thank u Dr.Tarnow. Very good lecture and easy to remember. Help me a lot!

Mariano Villarino - (10/8/2013 10:19 PM)

clap clap clap. 4 keys to remember in type 1 sockets in the aesthetic zone: no flaps, implant positioning towards the palate, graft the gap, immediate provisionalization or customized abutment. It can´t fail! Thanks Dr. Tarnow

Simon Horsley - (10/2/2013 5:10 AM)

Fantastic and informative fast paced presentation.

ASHOK GUPTA - (9/27/2013 8:00 PM)

Very informative presentation. It will be great I you give treatment plan in 2nd & 3rd type cases.

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