Pet Perspective / Densah 6 Week Follow-Up

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Posted on By rocco mele In Implants

Bilateral AlveolarOsteitis. Immediate implant placement 6 weeks ago
Feline cuspid alveolar vault has very thin bone especially at the buccal. The OD technique compresses the bone as opposed to cutting, in turn giving us a greater thickness IMO

Notice @ 6 weeks the maintanence of bone and tissue quality. This is really a plus in treatment of this common feline problem. As said on this forum many times a " Paradigm Shift "

Rocco

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R Max Site/Healing Abut
L Max Site/Healing Abut
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2 Comments

Rocco, nice case. How do you estimate time of osseointegration? Is it different from maxilla to mandible like in humans?
Thanks for posting
Jorge


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Thanks Jorge

This is definitly new territory for felines and especially me
We have several successful cases working now that impressions were taken and subsequently loaded at 5/6 months. With this OD protocol Salah informs me that there is a possibility of Impressions @ 12 weeks. We will X-ray and possibly reverse torque test it ( kind of uncomfortable with that ) So, to answer your question 12 weeks

Def different in Maxilla as in Humans

Thanks Again

Rocco


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