"PSI" Palatal Shifted Incison for All-on-Four Tx

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Posted on By Viktor Shevchenko In Implants

This technique allows to get more attached keratinized tissues and creates comfortable conditions for working with transfers and impressions. Thoughts?

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Excellent technique and video...thanks for sharing. Dr. Salama


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Victor. Very clever my friend. I am sure I will find this useful Thank you for sharing. Best regards. Chuck


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Viktor, cool!
Thank you so much for sharing!
Snjezana


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Victor,

Creativity is at its best.

Cheers,

Richard


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Victor, excellent idea. Was you initial incision at the MGJ or did you reflect KT with the buccal flap? I guess you could do either depending on the amount of KT in the first place. Thank you for a useful clinical alternative.


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Dear colleagues , thanks for your kind comments .
R. Terry Councill , I do initial incision always on the centre of ridge. I used to try to do incision depending of KT but it's less comfortable and less accurate than PSI


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