The socket-shield technique: first histological, clinical, and volumetrical observations after separation of the buccal tooth segment – a pilot study.

@article{Bumer2015TheST,
  title={The socket-shield technique: first histological, clinical, and volumetrical observations after separation of the buccal tooth segment – a pilot study.},
  author={Daniel B{\"a}umer and Otto Zuhr and Stephan F. Rebele and David Schneider and Peter Schupbach and Markus B. H{\"u}rzeler},
  journal={Clinical implant dentistry and related research},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={71-82}
}
BACKGROUND The "socket-shield technique" has shown its potential in preserving buccal tissues. However, front teeth often have to be extracted due to vertical fractures in buccolingual direction. It has not yet been investigated if the socket-shield technique can only be used with intact roots or also works with a modified shield design referring to vertical fracture lines. PURPOSE The aim of this study was to assess histologically, clinically, and volumetrically the effect of separating the… CONTINUE READING

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