Full maxillar approach with PET/DENSAH treatment

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Posted on By Jorge Campos In Armamentarium

New technologies (osseodensification) and new philosophicall (SS+RST) ways of treatment has changed my approach to cases like this. The results are more aesthetic, due to keratinized and bone preservation, and predictable. Also the internal sinus lift with Densah burs make this treatment more predictable and easy than I ´ve done ever.
RST show us how to preserve the bone that is beside our implants.
This case is a resume of what we have been doing for the last year.
Comments are wellcome.




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Jorge

There is "cutting edge" and then there is "bleeding edge"----you my man are in front of the "bleeding edge".

Great work and thank-you for sharing.

Emil


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Emil, thanks for your kind words. This is just the aplication of the PET philosophy that we usually practice in this FORUM.
I love to see how this new paradigm has changed my practice.
Regards
Jorge


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Jorge. of course I love everything about this type of treatment. I would challenge anyone to do bettter by extracting everything and rebuilding tissue to this level. I will take at least 10 years to validate the long term outcomes. I hope we can hold on to our PET patients long enough. See you soon my friend. Chuck


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Chuck, I do agree with you. Other treatment, with xtractions on the begining would end as we know, with a poor result.
Hope to see the value of PET ideas on our active dentist life!
See at Orlando!
Jorge


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