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Implant Therapy and Esthetic Considerations - Final Screw-Retained All-Ceramic Restoration - Part 5 of 6

Description:
In this final clinical video, Dr. David Garber demonstrates the restoration of the single implant from open-tray impression making, through the development of an all-ceramic screw-retained crown. The interim closure of the screw access hole is demonstrated using PTFE tape, a light cured periodontal dressing and a flowable composite. The completed restoration is shown as the fifth part of this alternative integrated, simplified, but ultra-conservative solution to a complex esthetic dilemma.

Date Added:
5/17/2011

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Bassam Algheryafi - (12/20/2012 2:53 PM)

Dr.Garber, I thought Dr.Salama applied the principle of one abutment-one time when he made the provisional but now I noticed you placing zerconia abutment. Also,even though the extrordinary healing of the soft tissue, after removing the abutment the socket is non-bleeding, is that indicate something? thanks

Band Ditto64 - (2/21/2012 8:57 PM)

This 5 part case series is one of the best one's I have ever seen. Thanks Drs. Salam and Garber.

David Garber - (6/5/2011 10:23 PM)

Paul, - it is an easier way - appreciate your input and involvement . . I have had Fermit get quite hard to remove over a long time period when I've used a flowable on top . . will try again if you're not seeing the same issue .

Paul Scholl - (5/24/2011 9:50 AM)

Nice work. An alternative to a multi-step plugging of the access hole is to use Fermit (it stays soft after curing). Just scoop a little with a plastic instrument and occlude the access hole and finalize with the flowable. A quicker one step solution to your multi step process.

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