1) When to remove a damaged or diseased tooth and when to retain
2) Implants in the periodontal patient
3) Fractured teeth: remove or retain
Implants have helped us restore situations that were not easily restorable in the past.
However, with over 30 years of retrospective knowledge of implant dentistry, we now know more than ever about what works long term.
In this curse, Dr. Frank Spear discusses five cases where a decision to remove and place an implant or to retain a questionable tooth is the immediate concern, and then shows the long-term results of the decisions.
About Dr. Valentina Lyssova:
Dr. Valentina Lyssova received her DDS degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 2005. She completed her postgraduate prosthodontic training at New York University College of Dentistry in 2008.
Dr. Lyssova earned a maxillo-facial prosthodontist specialist degree at theMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and completed her fellowship in implant surgery at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine.