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Timing of Implant Placement After Extraction in the Esthetic Zone

Description:
In this presentation, Dr. Daniel Buser outlines the most current scientific knowledge concerning the clinically relevant challenge of when and how to place implants after extraction of a tooth in the esthetic zone. He also gives an update on treatment options and tissue biology.

Date Added:
10/12/2017

Author(s):

Daniel Buser, DDS Daniel Buser, DDS
Dr. Da­niel Bu­ser is Pro­fes­sor and Chairman at the De­part­ment of Oral Sur­ge­ry at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Ber­n in Swit­zer­land. He spent 3-times a sabbat...
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Questions & Comments
Michael Bannon - (9/15/2016 5:31 AM)

Thankyou again Dr Buser. My question is are there limits of exposure of the implant for this technique. Is primary stability and to remain within a 3 walled defect the only criteria.

Cafadaru Mihnea - (9/7/2016 4:53 PM)

Solid like a rock! Thank you for this "wake up" message. Great lecture!

Eric Pena - (9/4/2016 7:56 PM)

Thank you! I learned a lot .

Amer Al-Atassi - (9/4/2016 1:46 PM)

Logic, evidence-based education.

Long Nguyen - (9/2/2016 1:43 PM)

A very helpfull topic. a very thorough lecture. I learn a lot . Please post part two ASAP. Thanks.

Thanos Ntounis - (8/28/2016 6:15 PM)

fantastic information. Especially the soft and hard tissue interaction post-extraction. Thank you Dr. Buser

snjezana pohl - (8/28/2016 3:36 PM)

Very didactic lecture based on strong scientific background. Thank you for sharing. Snjezana

Charles Schwimer - (8/28/2016 1:54 PM)

A truly motivational presentation. I will always look back on it fondly. Chuck

Maurice Salama - (8/27/2016 2:06 PM)

If you want to truly appreciate great education and guidelines that can make you a better implant dentist, this is it! Maurice Salama

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