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Managing Risk and Complications in Anterior Mandible Implant Therapy

Description:
In this presentation, Dr. Imad Salloum describes the risks and complications that may arise in placing implants in the anterior mandible. General anatomy and associated risks are discussed along with the management of possible complications associated with surgery in this area. The emphasis of this presentation is that only through proper planning and understanding of relevant anatomy can implant placement in the anterior mandible be made to be safe and predictable

Date Added:
5/8/2013

Author(s):

Imad Erfan Salloum, DDS Imad Erfan Salloum, DDS
Name: Imad Erfan Salloum

DATE OF BIRTH : 17/4/1959

Current address: Hamrat st. –Salloum buil. TARTOUS – SYRIA

Tel: 00963 – 43- 229348...
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Questions & Comments
Saleh Elahwal - (5/31/2019 10:59 PM)

Thank you for this great presentation .

Rohit Agrawal - (5/28/2019 3:38 AM)

excellent excellent and it was excellent

Tarek Assi - (10/29/2017 8:40 PM)

Very nice and informative presentation! Thank you!!!

James Nager - (9/20/2014 6:00 AM)

Very helpful. I would have appreciated some instruction on flap design.

Fadi Al Farawati - (11/9/2013 12:24 PM)

great presentation Dr.Salloum. precise and very interesting subject which is ignored and over passed by a lot of clinicians. Wish you all the best

Emad Salloum - (11/5/2013 3:49 AM)

Dr. Ebrahiminia
thank you for your question , and sorry to be late in my answer.
Cutting or injuring the nerve (by itself) is not the big issue and it does not lead to a fatal complication , the nerve may extend in a true canal along all the menton area and may even extend to the contra leteral side , injury to the nerve tissue during all dentoalveolar surgeries ( even epicectomies, cyst removals , genioplasties ...etc.) may only effect the sensation of anterior lower teeth.

Emad Salloum - (11/5/2013 3:20 AM)

Thank you Dr. Lanis for your question , and sorry for being late to answer your question.
Ice packs are usually applied to the surgical or around the surgical site ( for duration of six hours right after surgery ) to decrease the post operative swelling hematoma which is a natural inflamatory response that usually comes to the highest peek after 30 hours of surgery .Thus applying ice has no role in eliminating the complication that may happen during surgery or during the first 3 hours .

Homa Ebrahiminia - (8/9/2013 7:53 AM)

dr.sallon
thanks a lot for your lecture.Would you explain about insisor nerve in this area if cut amoung drilling.
Dr.homa ebrahiminia the student of mastership on implant

Alejandro Lanis - (7/20/2013 7:41 PM)

Dr. Salloum, thank you very much for your lecture. As you said, this is a very rare complication but everyone should be prepare to prevent and treat it if it happens. Would you consider the use of ice or cold compression of the zone if a sublingual hematoma occurs? Thank you very much! Regards Dr. Lanis

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