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Optimum Implant Esthetics Through Extraction Socket Preservation Techniques.

Description:
This presentation will focus on ideal implant placement through maintaining the bucco-lingual dimension of bone following extraction through extraction socket preservation techniques. The application of bone regenerative materials and soft tissue surgical preservation techniques are essential to an esthetic result and will be discussed at length. A review of the literature and useful clinical "tricks" techniques in combination with the hands on portion of the presentation will allow you to be comfortable with bone-grafting of extraction sockets for future implant placement.

Date Added:
12/20/2011

Author(s):

Mario A. Vilardi, DMD Mario A. Vilardi, DMD
Dr. Mario A. Vilardi received his DMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1974, where he later was awarded a teaching fellowship where he p...
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Questions & Comments
Joon Kim554 - (7/5/2017 3:42 AM)

Hi, I enjoyed your presentation. I would like to ask you about the difference between the internal barrier vs. external barrier membrane techniques. I personally would like to visualize buccal defect and elevate a flap. I think it helps degranulate or currettage the socket easier. And if the entire buccal wall is gone, internal barrier may not work unless it's OK to extend it all the way to mesial and distal wall to hold the membrane. I think that there is less chance of graft material leaving the socket for internal barrier. What do you think?

Jose Abitbol - (8/9/2016 12:17 PM)

Very good lecture! Thank you!

Jose Abitbol - (8/9/2016 12:17 PM)

Very good lecture! Thank you!

Jose Abitbol - (8/9/2016 12:16 PM)

Very good lecture! Thank you!

Jose Abitbol - (8/9/2016 12:16 PM)

Very good lecture! Thank you!

Tyler Binner - (12/30/2011 10:19 AM)

Nice presentation, thank you

mario vilardi - (12/20/2011 6:10 PM)

You don't actually delay healing by using a slowly resorbing bone graft, the bone heals around the particles at the same rate just the scaffold remains a lot longer. My studies of extraction socket repair showed less shrinkage by using a slow resorbing bone graft when compared to allograf materials.

mario vilardi - (12/20/2011 3:30 PM)

Dear Robert Klugman, The case did not go back and forth but rather I substituted a different final case to show the way I am now closing or sealing the BioOss Collagen Bone grafting material, Sorry if that misled you, I should have made that clear.

mario vilardi - (12/20/2011 3:26 PM)

The bone grafting material was covered by Atrisorb Free Flow made by Zila

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