I am planning the treatment for vertical bone augmentation in the esthetic zone.
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I have a 43 year old female patient missing her upper right central incisor who have indicated for an implant.
I have treatment planned a fully edentulous patient for 4 implants and a fixed hybrid prosthesis in the maxilla and 4 implants and a fixed hybrid prosthesis in the mandible.
I have treatment planned this for a new 4-unit bridge from the second molar to an implant in the first premolar site.
Please view this radiograph which shows an Ankylos Regular/C abutment fractured at the level of the implant platform.
After an intralift sinus lift, the patient returned at one month and the radiograph showed significant bone resorption around the implant in #14 site.
I had two weird cases of paresthesias this month, one involving a bone graft, and I am hoping that the group could offer insight.
Now there is a horizontal movement in the splinted crown on the ITI Implants, and a vertical movement from the right crown
However, the bone width does not seems to be sufficient to allow three implants to be placed in a straight position with proper spacing.
I have a patient who presented with missing maxillary anterior teeth #7,8,9 and 10. She currently wears a removable partial.
The implant has considerable circumferential bone loss and is slightly mobile. Is there any way to regain the lost bone?
Some studies show that the membrane will form over the implant apex projecting into the sinus. Patient is returning for 2-week post-op. Should I reverse torque out the implant?
Which would be more accurate, an implant level or abutment level impression?
I tested with Implantest and get variable readings, some of which say osseointegration has occurred. My thoughts are that heavy occlusion on the temps caused micromovement and some fibro-encapsulation to occur.
I can see radio-opaque areas. Are these the outline of remnants of the graft?
I treatment planned a patient for an implant supported fixed detachable prosthesis in the maxilla.
I have a patient where there was considerable gingival recession in the maxillary anterior aesthetic zone.
This simple case, presented by Dr. Peter Fairbairn shows the benefits of CaP synthetic materials.
As you can see from the case photos below for this implant case, the nasopalatine canal is an issue.
I placed 4 regular implants (3.6mm X 10mm) on the atrophic mandible and realized the implants looked rather deep and I have read that mandibular fractures are a potential complication.
Patient returned for suture removal 10 days post-op and I saw that several implant threads on the palatal side were exposed.
I installed the 10mm implant and achieved bicortical support and good primary stability, but with a minimal sinus penetration.
I would like input on the bone graft quality. I see a kind of a void above the new bone below the sinus.
In this implant case, unfortunately due to poor planning I placed it very close to the canine.
Usually, I try to give a 2.5 mm clearance from the adjacent tooth when placing molars, but I am considering using a wide diameter implants in this case even though it will be slightly closer.