Tips for SS

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Posted on By Jorge Campos In Anterior/Esthetic

A hopeless bridge treated with xtractions and PET. Also a GBR on 7 site. Implant in 8 position was done with Versah burrs to enhance site.
Here I shown some tips for facilitating the SS technique. Hope to be usefull.
Regards
Jorge




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9 Comments

One cuspid is 15mm and 17 the other. Just to marks on the burr to know the exact lenth after the horizontal cut. A controled radectomy is better when bone site is sparce.


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Ideally we split to the apex the roots.


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Gingival margin MUST be protected. See Dr. Howard´s protector (not used here) as the best way to reflect the gingival margin.


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Implant distribution plays a role on long term prognosis of the implants.
The post op CBCT shows good implant positions. Right bicuspid could be more pallatal to achieve ideal position.


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Great didactic case, Jorge, you are born to be a teacher! Excellent plan and execution, nothing to be added.
Love all armamentarium that you used.
Do you reduce shield before taking out the palatal part?
And before Richard asks: what kind of provisional have you used?
Cheers
Snjezana


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Ha ha....Thanks for your kind comments!
Provisional a removable prosthesis.
No, I prefer to extract before reducing the shield....more space.

Regards.
Jorge


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Friday`s poetry!!!


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Comes again!
Jorge


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Nice case. I like the idea of marking the length of the roots on the bur


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