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The Decision-making Process: Bone Augmentation or Reduced Implant Dimensions?

Bilal Al-Nawas

Bone augmentation is an important tool towards achieving a favorable implant prognosis. Complex horizontal and vertical augmentations carry a risk of early and late biological complications. At the same time, a reduced implant diameter and implant length might allow the safe insertion of implants into local bone with less invasive or no augmentation. The risk of this approach could be more technical failures in the long term. The decision-making process presented in this lecture involves the patient perspective and discussion of the different alternatives. 3D diagnostics and virtual planning are also discussed; these tools allow bidirectional planning with respect to both the available bone volume and the prosthodontic restoration.

At the end of this congress lecture you should be able to…

  • understand the limits of bone augmentation in specific indications
  • know the clinical recommendations for choosing implant dimensions
  • understand the role of 3D planning in the decision-making process
Duration
10 minutes
Source
ITI Online Academy Recordings, Basel, Switzerland, 2017
CPD/CME
0.17 hours
Purchase price
5 Academy Coins
Publication date: Nov 7, 2017 Last review date: Oct 30, 2017 Next review date: Oct 30, 2020
  • Assessment & Diagnosis
  • Biological Complications
  • CT/CBCT
  • Complications
  • Components & Materials
  • Congress Lecture
  • Diagnostic Tools
  • Digital Planning
  • English
  • Implants
  • Languages
  • Mechanical/Technical Complications
  • Outcomes
  • Reduced Diameter Implants
  • Short Implants
  • Structured Assessment & Treatment Planning
  • Surgery
  • Treatment Planning
  • Treatment Planning Software

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