September 09, 2017 – A Novel Esthetic Implant Solution for Post-Extraction Sockets in the Anterior Maxilla
(Drs. Stephen Chu and Alan Meltzer)
Currently, one of the most challenging procedures for dental specialists continues to be post-extraction socket immediate implant placement in the anterior maxilla. To ensure an esthetic outcome with minimal trauma, the extraction and site preparation protocol is critical. Furthermore, anatomic challenges often result in implants being placed and angulated in a compromised facial-biased position. This leads to cement-retained restorations or the use of angled abutments, neither of which is optimal for preserving mid-facial tissues. Lastly, provisional restorative protocols must ensure gingival contour conservation in order to reinstate the patient’s natural smile.
This program will demonstrate:
- How to properly remove an anterior tooth in a flapless manner as well as prepare the extraction site for implant placement
- Why the use of an innovative implant design and appropriate screw-retained provisional restoration can help maximize bone and soft tissue volume
A dual or Co-Axis® implant design allows for Subcrestal Angle Correction™ leading to properly placed implants with a screw-retained provisional and final restoration. Predictable anterior esthetic outcomes are achievable and should be considered by all implant specialists.
Saturday, September 9 at 4 PM – 4:45 PM
AAP Corporate Forum:
Aesthetic Solution Post Extraction Anterior
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
415 Summer St, Boston, Massachusetts 02210
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American Academy of Periodontology 103rd Annual Meeting
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