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Insights, Trends & Controversies in Implant Dentistry - Part 3 of 4

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In this third of a 4 part series, Dr. Dennis Tarnow shares insights into new trends, developments and controversies in implant dentsitry. In this section, Dr. Tarnow discusses important topics related to implantitis, the gap, one-abutment/one-time, implant surfaces and design to name just a few.

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9/3/2014

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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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EDUARDO GRACIA GARCIA - (5/16/2015 6:41 AM)

One of the best videos in dentalxp. Simply Brilliant

Richard Williamson - (10/29/2014 10:25 AM)

Dr Tarnow, in terms of maitaining the soft tissue architecture of the extraction site along with the rationale for never raising a flap, what is your thought on a collagen membrane underneath a PTFE membrane along with allograft in a type 1 or type 2 socket (as opposed to the recommended three month delay) for a posterior socket?

Larry Meyer - (9/7/2014 5:07 PM)

Tarnow, you explain things in a way we can understand and best of all remember the teaching!!
Thank you for your contribution to dental implantology.

Maria Jose Iturburu - (9/7/2014 11:57 AM)

Tarnow l become in your fan,really amazing how simple you make it.

yaarob sara - (9/6/2014 6:51 PM)

Great Knowledge and Great Spirit Hope to see you Dr Tarnow in NY in October

Edison Louie - (9/6/2014 12:58 AM)

Thank you for sharing your current thoughts and providing new insights to the healing process. I like placing bone in the gap to maximize the preservation of the buccal plate and covering it with PRF.

armando ponzi - (9/4/2014 9:19 PM)

I wish to thank you for all the insight on biological and clinical healing process. An animation film shows a hipothesys explaing bone formation on post extraction alveolus with implant in place. I must observe that movie shows initial bone growth below and on top simultaneus connective and hepitheilim tissue growth, but we know that these 3 tissues have different speed and ability to occupy space so I would expect that hepithelium will grow accross the fibrin pavemet and close wound and underneath connective and periostium grow right after. On my opinion the periostium growth will prevent fibrous tissue downgrowth configuring a 4 wall defect and allowing bone process to be completed in a longer period of time. Probably when we try primary closure we produce vascular lesion with periostium shifting to a less specialized tissue as connective one that rapidily migrate occupyng bone space not allowing it to grow. I would like to know your opinion about it, of course I put together thoughts but no research behind. Thank you again for the very interesting and scientific perspective you teach on webinar. Dr.Armando Ponzi

Emad Salloum - (9/4/2014 12:30 PM)

This webinar represents the cream de cream of a looooong evidence based clinical experience and wide knowledge in implant dentistry......Dennis ..we ask you for more....thanks

Emad Salloum - (9/4/2014 12:27 PM)

Great presentation by a great speaker ... can't wait for part 4

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