Socket Shield plus osseodensified DFBA

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Posted on By Jorge Campos In Implants

Open Flap SS was practiced today with the particularity of Bone Osseodensification with Densah Burs.
Torque insertion was more than 50 Nw.
Final socket clossure was done by palatal pedicled flap rotation.
Jorge




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Final comparisson


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Jorge; Nice approach, one we discussed in May. It appears you are now keeping more of the shield as it wraps along the line angles? Is this a new approach you like? Thanks for sharing. Mo


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Yes Mo.
As you sugested on may at Madrid JTI, we´re now doing the Open flap protocol to level the shield to the bone.
And extending the shield to mesial and distal, the interproximal bone is also benefiting from the proximal PDL.
Thanks and hope to see you at Dentalxp Meeting at Fort Lauderdale.
Regards.
Jorge.


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Nice presentation Jorge.
Is it your preference not to place a healing abutment on these type of cases?


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Anton, sometimes I use a customized healling abutment, and sometimes I prefer to submerge the implant, depending on the provisional and situation of the implant, aesthetics...and so on.
In this case a fixed bridge was cemented over this SS, so the pontic relates with this rotated flap.
Regards.
Jorge


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Hi Jorge. Very nice! I just did a similar case with similar protocol this morning. IMO this is a solid technique. I also try to extend the shield to the line angles. Of course every case seems to be a little different and requires study. I will post my case soon as I can organize the images. I believe we are making progress. I look forward to seeing you in Florida. Be well my friend. Chuck


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Chuck, this is begining to be something VERY predictable to work with. I´m glad you´re on the same trail! Yes, I´m atending the Dentalxp meeting at Ft. Lauderdale.
Regards,
Jorge


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