5 important Factors for a successful immediate implant placement and immediate loading

Preservation of original architecture. 5 years follow up. It is all about preserving whenever possible. The benefits of immediate extraction and immediate implant placement as well as immediate loading is 3X IMMEDIATE. These are the most important factors to succeed when performing this technique: 1-. Case selection: Attrition, high masseter. muscle activity, excessive tooth wear … Read more

PERIIMPLANTITIS. When to regenerate, when to remove…

Many articles & protocols regarding periimplantitis have been published mentioning the importance of picking the right treatment, hard and soft tissue management, long term prognosis depending on many factors. The truth is that the Periimplantitis (PI) is the first cause of implant failure compared to fractures by over stress, deformations, wrong 3D implant placement, etc… … Read more

5 Important factors for Safe and Predictable Soft Tissue Management

These are the 5 most important factors that you should take into account when performing soft tissue grafting and management: 1-. Anatomy of donor and recipient site. (safe procedure) 2-. Blood supply for proper nutrition. 3-. Soft Tissue thickness. 4-. Time Management. 5-. Hydration of the tissues. All this information is available at the Soft … Read more

Screw retained Vs Cemented retained Implant Restorations Which one is the appropriate?

Dental Prosthesis represent the starting point at any Implant Restoration for proper dental implant planning. This is the reason why even today we should have in mind that everything starts with the prosthetic guide regardless the multiple abutment types that we have available in the market which can angle & reposition the final insertion of … Read more

The Rule of 7 for bone preservation around your implants and long term stability.

The modern implantology has brought many breakthroughs and specially today digital work flow represents the most interesting topic but the truth is that Biology never changes and the biological rules represent the potential good or bad prognosis of our work as long as we respect those rules. The Biology does not understand about digital work … Read more

Mandibular Lingual Concavity. CBCT can save the life of your patient and your practice.

For these reasons and more, you should visualize with CBCT certain aspects of the areas to treat. Lingual concavity or undercut is a common finding in the posterior mandible, and ignoring this undercut may result in perforation of the lingual cortex. (1) Traumatisation of vital anatomical structures, neurologic injuries and severe bleeding in the floor … Read more

Membrane fixation for predictable Bone Regeneration. Tacking or Suturing your membrane?

Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) has been one of the most common surgical procedures in Implantology for the last decades.  As new regenerative treatments are developed, GBR still remains the most performed procedure among the surgeons to gain bone for proper implant placement and long term stability. Guided Bone Regeneration would be consider the gold standard … Read more

The clinical and biological effect of Growth Factor Therapy. A myth or reality?

Many beneficial effects have been reported in the Scientific Literature from the Growth Factor Therapy which points out the real biological effect in terms of proliferation and cellular differentiation. Thus, many of these properties have been criticized by many experts even denying some of the reported benefits. This is why I would like to mention … Read more

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