"PSI" Concept in Full Arch Guided Surgery

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Full Arch & Dentures

"PSI" (PET, Scallop, Implant Fully Guided) Concept in Full Arch Guided Surgery as proof of principle. Immediate Full Arch with Immediate Loading with Ritter Spiral Implants performed by Marko Tadros and I all in-house designs and printed guides and PMMA. A new process for the FP1 and FP2 patients transitioning from teeth to Implants. Thoughts and comments welcome. Dr. Salama

"PSI" Guide
Scallop guide

Implant Guide
Implants in position


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12 Comments

Plan and action...ODI

Scallop Guide off 3D plan
Immediate provisional


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Amazing, was this a shell provisional with a direct pickup? Congrats on this amazing concept.


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No shell...prefabricated and fully guided provisionally connected through lateral set pins.


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Great. Could you please send the preop photos and cbct?


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Showing full protocol at XP Global Symposium next Friday... Will post later here as well. Thnx Dr. Salama


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Thank you a lot for your contribution!!!


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Fantastic result!


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Just all star work! Guided surgery is advancing nicely, you guys are doing an incredible job. Thanks for sharing


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3 Days update

3 Days Review


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Woooww incredible results congratulations!!! I was wondering the reason to submerge the teeth and not preserve them, they dont look to have CAL on the photo of the flap, and the pano they show a good lenght... Incredible results and performance!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👌🏻👌🏻


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Great question. Patient has history of severe decay and dry mouth due to meds so saving teeth a greater risk. Also additional cost of post and crowns. Also, the desire to SPLINT case would be broken by intermittent teeth. Always a tough call we do not take lightly here. Regards Dr. Salama


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This Friday at Dentalxp the "PSI" Protocol will be unveiled by Dr. Marko Tadros and myself during Lunch and Learn session.


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