Immediate implant placement in posterior areas, Part 2: the maxillary arch.

Abstract

In Part 1, the authors discussed general principles regarding implant placement in the mandibular molar areas. Here in Part 2, the focus is on implant placement in maxillary posterior regions along with various restorative considerations. The objective is to impart an understanding of the potentials and limitations of various restorative therapies to enable clinicians to determine the circumstances under which they should select a particular option among the available therapies in the treatment of compromised posterior teeth.cans are also presented for diagnosis and evaluation after treatment of this minimally invasive technique yielding significant bone augmentation.

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@article{Fugazzotton2013ImmediateIP, title={Immediate implant placement in posterior areas, Part 2: the maxillary arch.}, author={Paul A Fugazzotton and Frederick O Hains}, journal={Compendium of continuing education in dentistry}, year={2013}, volume={34 7}, pages={518-28} }