This video shows the use of an extracted root to augment a resorbed maxillary central incisor ridge.
A maxillary premolar is vertically fractured down to the osseous level. This video shows the removal of the tooth, degranulation of the socket, preparation of the implant channel and placement of an implant with a gingivaformer. Osseous augmentation was provided around the implant to fill the deficiency between the implant and the walls of the extraction socket.
This video shows the removal of an adhesive pontic and its replacement with an implant. To correct the ridge deficiency, considerable time was spent in freeing up the marginal gingival complex, advancing it and then augmenting the alveolus in the region.
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.
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.
This patient is a sales person in the dental industry. His maxillary left central incisor has been treated and re-treated several times over the last few years. Now it is in more problems than ever and he is looking to get this tooth replaced with an implant. He would like to get this over and done with as soon as possible.
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