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Implant After Extraction

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Dr. Maurice Salama places a Dentsply Ankylos implant into a fresh extraction site, avoiding the buccal plate and going directly into the central fossa area of the future restoration.

Date Added:
6/29/2007

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Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Zeeshan Salam - (6/23/2017 9:23 PM)

Dr Salama, whats your protocol if for tooth #04, apical 1/3rd of the root seems to be in the sinus on a 2D panoramic Xray? Generaly is there still bone on the palatal for apical 3-4 bite for immediate implant placement?

Maurice Salama - (11/12/2016 3:00 PM)

Carla; Many different bone graft options. Allograft mineralized 50-50 small particle size is my preferred choice here. regards Dr. Salama

Carla Monteiro - (11/11/2016 9:02 AM)

Hi Dr. Salama, What grafting materials are you using for immediate implant placement?

Maurice Salama - (3/25/2014 8:52 AM)

Samir; Thank you. I place the implant in the palatal socket of first premolar site with screw access aimed toward central fossa of new restoration. Dr. Salama

Samir AL-heshem - (3/25/2014 8:38 AM)

Excellent presentation Dr.Maurice, as you mentioned, you place the implant a bit palatal to the scocket, what if it was first premolar with 2 separate roots, where would place the implant? Do you just place in the palatal socket? Or palatal to the palatal socket? Thanks Dr.khattab

Maurice Salama - (3/2/2013 2:39 AM)

Teppel and Jose; Yes, this implant was slightly longer than the length of extraction socket to gain stability. Always graft the gap between implant and socket walls. Dr. Salama

Teppei Tsukiyama - (3/1/2013 7:22 PM)

Hi Maurice, What was the lenght of choice of the implant and the lenght of the extraction socket?

Jose Mejia - (2/3/2013 12:10 AM)

was not necessary to fill the gap alveolar???

Maurice Salama - (11/21/2012 11:37 AM)

We do this typically today through CBCT or if not available we measure the lenght of the extracted root and add additional length of the implant to stabilize apically.
Dr. Salama

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