I have a new patient who presented with this implant. I would like to use it to hold a ball attachment for an overdenture.
The implants were installed in Florida perhaps 20 years ago.
I placed Hiossen ETIII’s implants on a elderly gentlemen with no significant health history. I plan on restoring the maxilla with a screw-retained one-piece-Zirconia-bridge.
The implants did not integrate and failed within a few months. The area was than regrafted using titanium mesh and overlying membrane, which became exposed and led to failure of the graft.
What are my restorative options for this case? Should I incorporate the maxillary canine in a long span fixed partial dentures with implants?
Do you think this implant will have to be removed and redone or does anyone have any other suggestions?
The panoramic radiograph shows a gap between implants and bone all around the implants.
I would like implant/restorative solution with no removable phase.
The patient has bilateral congenitally missing upper laterals which have been restored with repeatedly failing Maryland bridges.
Is there is an increased risk of membrane tear while performing crestal lift on such a pneumatized sinus?
These 7 implants were placed with the intention of restoring the mandibular arch with fixed prosthesis.
This patient is a 22 year old female with a congenitally missing # 10 and an extremely high esthetic demand.
Due to the bone loss as a result of perio disease in the past, I am slightly concerned about the final appearance of the restoration and the emergence profile especially as she has a high lip line.
I took a periapical radiograph which showed that the implant fixture had fractured.
I treatment planned this patient for an implant supported crown on a 3.5×13 TBR implant fixture to replace a missing lateral incisor.
I have treatment planned this patient for extraction of #6-11 and replacement with an implant supported fixed partial denture.
I have treatment planned this patient for maxillary arch reconstruction using 6 implants and 3-fixed partial dentures.
I chose a two stage plan, as the patient’s oral hygiene is not so great. One week post implant surgery, the patient came in for a review and small bit of healing cap is exposed.
The radiograph revealed a periapical radiolucent lesion on the apical portion of implant #9. The implant was not mobile and had stable peri-implant tissue.
I am planning on placing an implant in 22 site. There is a large periapical area/cyst associated with with the root of the tooth.
The implant and area around it are asymptomatic and stable. Any solution to the exposed threads?
I was inserting a 6mm diammeter implant in #19 and upon torquing down the implant, the ratchet driver fractured inside the internal hex connector.
I plan on performing a ridge split in the area of #12.
I need to separate an implant from a tooth on 20+ yr old tooth-to-implant splinted crowns but implant is NON-HEXED.
The porcelain has fractured off the bridge and I need to remove and replace the bridge.