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ITI Implants: How to deal with movement in splinted crowns?

Last Updated October 18, 2016
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

I am looking for an accurate evaluation to the x- ray photo below. Two ITI (Tissue level) dental implants are placed in the lower left jaw, and two splinted crowns “molars” on them. Implants were placed in 2003 in an area where molars had been extracted since 1994, the splinted crowns over the implants are cemented with PANAVIA F2 for previous 6 years. They were okay during that period. Now there is a horizontal movement in the splinted crown, and a vertical movement from the right crown according to the attached photo.

How do we securely and safely remove/seperate the crowns from the abutments , then re-cement them, hopefully for additional service period?

Any advice concerning those dental implants, and as a proactive steps for the future, in case I need to replace these dental implants, what is your advice concerning the brand of implants that should be used? Thank you for any advice you can provide.



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