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Partial Extraction Therapies: From Failure to Everyday Practice - Part 2 of 4

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Tooth extraction is usually followed by the resorption of support tissues that may compromise the aesthetic and functional prognosis of the final rehabilitation. There have been numerous publications suggesting Partial Extraction Therapies contribute to the maintenance of the alveolar ridge dimensions. These techniques consist in intentionally preserving a buccal root fragment in order to avoid tearing the periodontal ligament and loosing the bundle bone, which leads to bone resorption. It has been reported that these are very sensitive techniques and may lead to some complications. In order to avoid these complications, the dental surgeon must know which cases can be treated with Partial Extraction Therapies and how to correctly perform them. In these presentations we will show what are the indications and contraindications, how to perform these techniques, the literature that sustains it, how can we benefit from digital technology to today's world, etc.

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9/17/2020

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Dárcio Fonseca, DDS Dárcio Fonseca, DDS
Dárcio Fonseca, DDS

- Graduated dental school at ISCS Sul in1997

- Fellow in implant dentistry University of Miami

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