After placement, the implant appeared to be too close to the distal root of 1st molar.
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I have been considering placing just PRF [Platelet Rich Fibrin] as the sole filling material into extraction for socket preservation and regeneration of bone.
This patient requires extraction of all teeth in the lower jaw, immediate implant placement, and immediate loading with a CAD/CAM bridge prepared in advance on a digitally manufactured analog model.
My patient has a periapical lesion on tooth 14. He does not want root canal treatment and prefers an implant.
The panoramic radiograph shows that the 10.5mm length implant in #3 site has perforated the maxillary sinus.
I have a patient missing 2 adjacent maxillary premolars. There is 12mm mesiodistal space.
I placed 6 Straumann implants in the maxilla and one failed.
The scan does confirm he’s had bilateral sinus lifts with what looks like bio-oss.
This implant patient has trigeminal neuralgia type of symptoms when I press more in the canine area apically.
It seems evident that my first immediate Ankylos failed. Any thoughts as to why this immediate implant failed?
I have treatment planned this patient for extraction of remaining maxillary teeth and then 6-implants and a full contour zirconia hybrid.
I plan to remove this retained deciduous molar and place an implant at the #29 site.
This patient needed to to extract two teeth, complete any regeneration necessary, and place implants in the sites to be restored by the referring dentist
I installed this implant in the mandibular right first molar site. The implant platform is located below the alveolar bone crest.
Wondering if with the use of the CT everyone is still maintaining the 1.5mm rule from the tooth to the implant?
About a month ago I used the Bone Lamina Technique to augment the lateral width in the posterior mandible of a healthy 50 year old male patient.
If the abscess hasn’t subsided by the time the tooth is extracted, will it go away when the infected tooth is pulled out, even with implant in place?
I was wondering if anyone may be able to provide insight into why thisimplant case failed on me.
I extracted the mandibular left first molar 3 months prior and placed a 4.6x9mm implant, instead of a 5.8×10.5mm implant.
She now has considerable pain in the adjacent canine to the implant that isn’t improving.
I placed this BioHorizon 4.5×10.5mm internal tapered implant in the mandibular right first molar site and after 6 months the patient started having soreness under the crown.
Surgical site was packed with NovaBone Morsels mixed with patient’s blood. Do you think this will be successful?
Just wanted opinions on an implant case regarding the long term stability of such implants that are placed just at the minimum distance apart?
I have closed up Smaller oral-antral exposure successfully in the past, yet they were in sockets, this was not. Thoughts on treatment?
This case features screw retention hybrid cad-cam crowns cemented preliminary on 1mm height titanium base.