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Level I - Achieving Atraumatic Extractions and Socket Preservation CE Course Information

AVAILABLE DATES:
2014 - SEPTEMBER 27TH, NOVEMBER 8TH, AND DECEMBER 13TH
Level II - Perfecting Atraumatic Extractions and Practical Bone Grafting CE Course Information

AVAILABLE DATES:
2014 - SEPTEMBER 12-13 AND OCTOBER 24-25

Extraction Gallery

Patient presented for atraumatic extraction of tooth #4 with severe angulation of the root and the tooth had a fracture. In this case, the Physics Forceps Upper Right instrument was utilized in preparation for immediate implant. A bur was used on the lingual aspect of the tooth to get a better purchase point for the beak of the Physics Forcep.
Patient presented for atraumatic extraction of teeth #7, 8 and 9. In this case, the Physics Forceps Upper Anterior instrument was utilized and transitional appliance placed.
Patient presented for atraumatic extraction of tooth #4. In this case, the Physics Forceps Upper Anterior instrument was utilized. Video includes a good discussion on the technique and how Physics Forceps works to separate the PDL and how it is only designed to move tooth 1-3mm. It is not designed to deliver the tooth completely to prevent any buccal bone breakage on removal. If you squeeze the handles or deliver the tooth completely with the Physics Forceps there is a higher probability of damaging buccal bone.
Patient presented for atraumatic extraction of lower molar tooth #18 utilizing the Physics Forceps lower universal forcep. In this case, the tooth was sectioned. Depending on patient access, the Posterior Physics Forceps may have to be used on 2nd molars and likely on 3rd molars. In this case, the Standard Series lower universal Physics Forceps was used since the tooth was accessible. We recommend using the bumper guards on the forcep bumper, which was not used in this case.
Patient presented for atraumatic extraction of tooth #9 with fracture, small post and some decay with the Upper Anterior Physics Forceps. The bone was preserved and an immediate implant placement as well as bone grafting. Video does great job discussing and demonstrating the buccal bone preservation for immediate implant. In this case, the crown came off first due the short post/condition of the tooth, where subsequently the Physics Forceps was used to remove the root atraumatically.
Patient presented for full mouth atraumatic extraction procedure. Twelve (12) maxillary teeth were extracted (some badly decayed and some with curved roots), followed by ten (10) mandibular teeth including a wisdom tooth (again some badly decayed). The mandibular molars were sectioned in this case, but it is not always necessary. Following the Physics Forceps tooth extractions, placement of implants in tooth #22 and #27 area for overdenture.
Patient presented for full mouth atraumatic extraction procedure. Twelve (12) maxillary teeth were extracted (some badly decayed and some with curved roots), followed by ten (10) mandibular teeth including a wisdom tooth (again some badly decayed). The mandibular molars were sectioned in this case, but it is not always necessary. Following the Physics Forceps tooth extractions, placement of implants in tooth #22 and #27 area for overdenture.
Patient presented for extraction of tooth #14 that was endodontically treated and was experiencing discomfort. May 30, 2011 edited clip by TV show does not show x-ray or full extraction, but includes a good discussion on the overall technique and the difference from conventional extraction forceps.
A discussion on the Physics Forceps and its associated technique, including various testimonials from industry leaders, live extraction videos and a series of animations demonstrating the technique. This video outlines what the Physics Forceps are, how they work and the many benefits they provide.
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