A patient had a failing tooth which was critical to retaining a sophisticated over-denture restoration. This tooth was removed and replaced with a Conelog® implant. A special transfer system was then used to generate a relationship with the existing over-denture crown.
Several teeth in the maxillary posterior region have been lost and are affecting function and aesthetics of the patient. This was solved by performing bi-lateral crestal approach sinus lifts and immediate implant placement. This allowed implant supported restorations to be placed.
A severely infected tooth had led to considerable alveolar loss. It was removed and the region augmented. An implant came later with yet more augmentation. Finally the case was restored using digital scan, design and mill technology.
A maxillary incisor with a large mesial defect needs to be replaced in a hurry. The procedure described in CamlogConnect by Dr Mark Fecteau was used. This involved removing the tooth, placing an implant, providing osseous augmentation about the implant and then removing the apical region from the failed tooth.