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Implants at an angle or straight?

Last Updated October 17, 2016
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

I am a 60-year old male. I got a bone graft with sinus lift on my right upper jaw 10 months ago. Now I am ready to get 3 implants. At #5, #6, and #7. However, the bone width does not seem sufficient to allow all three implants to be placed straight with proper spacing. One option I was provided with is to place implants on #6 and #7 straight and on #5 angled? Is this a good idea? Or should I get 2 implants (on #5 and #6) now and then the third one at a later date after another bone graft (socket graft) to augment the bone at #5. Any recommendations will be highly appreciated. Thank you in advance.



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