Many patients desire dental implants but hate the idea of wearing an interim denture as part of the process. In this case, a denture was avoided by placing implants in already edentulous regions and then using these to support an interim provisional reconstruction.
Surgical procedure showing the removal of a failing maxillary molar, then immediate replacement with a Camlog Implant with internal sinus lift and socket augmentation. At the same time another implant was placed in the adjacent premolar region.
Removal of a maxillary central incisor revealed that very little bone remained in the socket or in the region, certainly not enough to perform an immediate implant placement. So an enhanced socket regeneration procedure was performed instead.
Dr Reganato takes us carefully through the the stages of a case, from the extraction, to socket regeneration, to implant placement and then finally to a provisional restoration.