The extraction of teeth results in rapid bone resorption both vertically and horizontally in the first month. The loss of alveolar ridge reduces the chance of implant rehabilitation. The atraumatic extraction, implant placement in extraction socket, and an immediate prosthesis have been proposed as alternative therapies to maintain the volume and contours tissue and reduce time and cost of treatment. Thus, this paper aims to present a clinical case where the extraction was performed using interradicular septum as guide for pilot drill in postextractive implantology with implant placement and immediate provisionalization in a inferior molar. The advantages of this technique are to place the implant exactly in the center of the alveolar ridge, to mantain the edges of the alveolar ridge and reduce postextractive bone resorption, and has great advantages in final prosthetic rehabilitation.

Haddad, E., Lauritano, D., Carinci, F. (2015). Interradicular septum as guide for pilot drill in postextractive implantology: a technical note. JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY DENTAL PRACTICE, 16(1), 81-84 [10.5005/jp-journals-10024-1640].

Interradicular septum as guide for pilot drill in postextractive implantology: a technical note

LAURITANO, DORINA
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2015

Abstract

The extraction of teeth results in rapid bone resorption both vertically and horizontally in the first month. The loss of alveolar ridge reduces the chance of implant rehabilitation. The atraumatic extraction, implant placement in extraction socket, and an immediate prosthesis have been proposed as alternative therapies to maintain the volume and contours tissue and reduce time and cost of treatment. Thus, this paper aims to present a clinical case where the extraction was performed using interradicular septum as guide for pilot drill in postextractive implantology with implant placement and immediate provisionalization in a inferior molar. The advantages of this technique are to place the implant exactly in the center of the alveolar ridge, to mantain the edges of the alveolar ridge and reduce postextractive bone resorption, and has great advantages in final prosthetic rehabilitation.
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Alveolar crestal. How to cite this article: Haddad EE; Bone resorption; Carinci F. Interradicular Septum as Guide for Pilot Drill in Postextractive Implantology: A Technical Note. J Contemp Dent Pract 2015;16(1):81-84. Source of support: Nil Conflict of interest: None.; Immediate loading; Lauritano D; Postextractive implantology; Preservation of bone
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Haddad, E., Lauritano, D., Carinci, F. (2015). Interradicular septum as guide for pilot drill in postextractive implantology: a technical note. JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY DENTAL PRACTICE, 16(1), 81-84 [10.5005/jp-journals-10024-1640].
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