DR. GERARD CUOMO – Dental Implants Platform Switching – Cosmetic Dentistry Boca Raton, Florida

www.gcuomodds.com Mostly all implant companies lack adequate impression transfer coping design. This video series will expose you to an easy-to-use bone level transfer coping created in office. We will be comparing the leading implant company’s implant components. For more information, please contact Dr. Cuomo
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7 Responses to “DR. GERARD CUOMO – Dental Implants Platform Switching – Cosmetic Dentistry Boca Raton, Florida”

  1. I appreciate your input, Kurien. Do you use Straumann implants? GC

  2. kurien varghese on January 23rd, 2013 at 10:11 pm

    sir platform switching means taking the platform inward or raising the platform level

  3. There are many good impression materials available today. I like to use PVS systems. This one happens to be Reprosil. GC

  4. Hi Dr. Cuomo, thanks for the great videos. What`s the impression material, that you use?

  5. Thanks for your comment. Each company has their own marketing style. Right now, Nobel Biocare is promoting their “All on Four” campaign. I’m sure you can make adjustments to various components of other companies to obtain similar results. I prefer “platform-switching” designs because of the way one can control the gingival complex from the day of surgery. I am currently selling a video to show you how to make your own transfer jig. It cost $30 USD plus shipping outside the US. GC

  6. only system they know just because people are afraid of playing with different systems for different results thinking they might get confused with all the different impresison components what so ever. Anyhow, thanks for sharing your experiences with us. Take good care. Christian Jarry

  7. Hello Dr. Cuomo. Thank you for sharing your experiences with different systems with us. I’m a Dental Surgeon with specialization in Dental Implant and now mastering in Periodontics. I mostly use a Brazilian implant system called NEODENT which just got a license to enter the USA market and it’s initially based in Florida. And also use Straumann. One thing you’ve said about not being locked in one system is very important. People tend to offen think they will have to make miracles with the