Simple rules of immediate implantation in esthetic zone

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Posted on By Emad Salloum In Implants

Step by step following critical rules of immediate implantation of a central incisor.
1)Atraumatic extraction
2)Flapless surgery
3)palatally positioned implant
4)2 mm labial gap
5)Grafting the gap
6)Customized healing abutment with under contoured subgingival

Palatally oriented initial drilling
Final drill

3D positioned implant
Gap filled with graft


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5 Comments

Beautifully performed Dual Zone Concept here my friend...well done but with long term limitations of resorption and ridge constriction. regards Mo


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Thanks dear Maurice...I wished i could do a SS in this case , but the labial fracture was deep to the root and mobile.


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Great Case! I would trim that abutment more on facial to get more gingiva down. Gregory


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May be you are right ...will do it in few days when the patient comes back ....thanks for your comment


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Great work..... What was the type of bone graft which you applied? Did you need to use a membrane in order to save the bone graft? Thanks


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