Failing Bridge Replaced with Dental Implant Supported Bridge

Last Updated May 02, 2018
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

In this case, the patient presented with a failed dental bridge from the upper right canine to the upper left premolar. There was gross caries under the upper right canine. The treatment plan was to remove the failing bridge and replace it with a new implant-supported bridge. Following the removal of the bridge, a full thickness flap was raised, and two implants were placed.


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