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Screw Retained Or Cement Retained Restorations. This question has been asked for decades every time we have to make a decision on how to restore dental implants. The good news is that we now have a good grasp of the answer to this question, and even though experts have written a lot on the subject, I can summarize everything in two words: “It depends”. It depends on the circumstances or characteristics…
Many adults are prescribed an anticoagulant which is a drug that interferes with the formation of a clot. Since these drugs interfere with the coagulation of the blood, they need to inorm the dentist before any procedures.
The intraoral scanning at the specialist’s office benefits everyone involved. The experienced restorative dentist likes the simple procedure and reduced chair time. The inexperienced dentist benefits from the same things plus a close interaction with an experienced surgeon. The specialist benefits from increased referrals by restorative dentists who would like to benefit from the simplified, state of the art procedure. And last but not least, the patient benefits from a more comfortable procedure
This article describes a maxillary reconstruction of a terminal dentition using a two-stage protocol. A staged delayed load treatment was chosen instead of the immediate load option.
Is it normal to have bone graft particles come out of my extraction socket after the graft is placed?
A front tooth falls out and the patient wants an implant to replace it. The reasons why he may or may not have what he wants are explained