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Working With Spaces and Decisions on the Congenitally Missing Lateral Incisor - Part 1 of 2

Description:
A congenitally missing maxillary lateral incisor is quite common today on a Orthodontic practice. Through the years, the alternatives of restoring the missing lateral incisor have increased in such a level that today we can offer a patient the option of opening the space for a tooth supported restoration, or for an implant supported restoration. We could also offer closing the space and have a tooth substitution type of solution to this problem. The lecture will go in detail on the aspects we should consider while making the decision on what treatment option to follow.

Date Added:
7/23/2014

Author(s):

Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID
Dr. Manuel de la Rosa-G received his specialty certificate and Master Degree in both Periodontics and Implantology from the University of Texas in Houston, wh...
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Marcela De la Rosa, DDS, MS Marcela De la Rosa, DDS, MS
Dr. Marcela De la Rosa Garza graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, UANL, Monterrey, Mexico in 1996. Subsequently completed her graduate studies at Indiana University...
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Questions & Comments
kent hamilton - (11/25/2015 8:54 PM)

thorough presentation, very informative. Ready for a bilateral case.

Manuel De LA ROSA - (8/3/2014 10:29 AM)

Thank you Enrique y Gracias Lucia por sus comentarios.

Manuel De LA ROSA - (8/3/2014 10:29 AM)

Thank you for your coment Laurent Oiknine, with regards to your question we can coment that if there is no more movement to be done regarding arch perimeter, and interdigitation, it can be done. There are some dental movements that should be completed prior to the implant placement. These are: Final posterior interdigitation, rotations in anterior teeth and rooth movement in anterior teeth. But other type of details regarding the finishing phase can be performed during the stabilization period. Certainly placing the implant at this moment would be wise. Once the implant is placed, you could wait several weeks and the osseointegration of the implant will coincide with the removal of the orthodontic appliances.

ENRIQUE TREVINO - (8/1/2014 3:36 PM)

Well documented presentation, Thank You for sharing

laurent oiknine - (7/28/2014 12:50 AM)

Is there an issue with placing the implant for the congenitally missing tooth 4 to 5 months prior to debonding so that the restorative phase can be done at that time?

lucia amezcua - (7/24/2014 11:50 PM)

Felicidades Marcela y Manolo super

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