Socket Shield with immediate provisional

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Posted on By Howard Gluckman In Anterior/Esthetic

The socket shield is one of the Partial extraction therapies PET. The maintenance of the root segment leads to ideal soft tissue aesthetics. This video shows the fabrication of the sockets shield as well as the provisionalisation of the case

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I really liked this video ( SBS ).. Do you remember how long the surgical procedure was? Start to finish

Rocco


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Howie. Outstanding Dentistry and video! Tissues look GREAT! Thank you for sharing. Best regards. Chuck


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Thanks Chuck much appreciated


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It usually about an hour and a half. Thanks Rocco


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A REVOLUTION happening RIGHT HERE on the FORUM at DentalXP. The clinical research being done right here online in a friendly open educational environment. GREAT job to all. May be the future of clinical research. regards Mo


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All Thanks to DentalXP Mo. much appreciated


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Howie, outstanding!
Like it very much. I´ll copy some procedures...
I´m thinking about using a multiunit kind abutment to avoid unscrewing the crown on the final restoratino so we will benefit with the 1A1T concept also.
Thanks for posting!
Jorge


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Jorge im not a fan of the one abutment one time. I think it was a good idea before we had platform switch but there is very flimsy data on whether or not it is any better so I am happy to make sure I use an implant with build in platform switch as well as a cone connection and I don't have problems with bone loss. To me its more to do with enough buccal bone and correct soft tissue thickness. But in these techniques we are good to go without any issues as the SS keep the bone. AS Maurice said. We are in the beginning of a revolution and we are at the forefront. Amazing times


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Really very nice demonstration of the temporization. Using the putty seems much better than alginate. How could you determine and avoid the cases where there are dehiscence or fenestration over the SS. I feel those situation could lead to destabilization of the SS.


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Jerome thanks for the comments. Im not sure I understand. Where can the fenestration's and dehiscences come from.


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Howard that is beautiful!

Although I have been very skeptical with this technique since it was first introduced all these beautiful cases published here on dentalxp have convinced me for its potential and I have started implementing it in my practice.

A big thank you to all you guys that dare to try new things and share it with all the rest of us.

Yiannis


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Pianos that is such awesome news. Im proud to have been part of that.
regards
Howie


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Excelente demostración de destreza !!!! Hace parecer sencillo lo que en realidad es complejo . Felicidades Dr Gluckman.


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muchas gracias por sus amables palabras. Tiene usted razón, pero es más sencillo que otras técnicas.


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Howard:
This is an outstanding treatment delivered by an outstanding skill. Phenotype is not an issue anymore. This is indeed revolutionary.

Thank you for sharing!!

Salah


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Thank You Salah. I totally agree.


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