Are TADplants a viable solution for preserving dental implant receptor sites?

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Posted on By Paul Ouellette In Implants

TADplants are provisional dental implants inserted, without surgical flaps or sutures, in less than 60 seconds each. This video illustrates adjunctive orthodontic site preparation and the TADplant insertion workflow. Surgical guides (Anatomage) are recommended, but not required. A previous video illustrated the easy removal of two maxillary lateral TADplants, four years later, in less than 30 seconds each. TADplants are two-piece hybrid mini dental implants designed like orthodontic TADS (no surface enhancements) with a prosthetic platform. TADplants hold crestal bone until a young patient has matured to qualify for a "permanent dental implant".

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Very clever transitional concept. Thanks for sharing. Dr. Salama


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Thank you Maurice! As you know, I have learned from the "Masters". I appreciate all that you, Dr. Mills and the Team Atlanta Masters of Implant Dentistry have taught me.


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