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Multiple Implants in the Upper Maxillary Arch with Screw-Retained Prosthesis

Case ID: 3168

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Multiple Implants in the Upper Maxillary Arch with Screw-Retained Prosthesis
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For this patient, all the remaining natural teeth are extracted, alveoloplasty (reduction and contouring) of the bony alveolar ridge is performed, 8 dental implants (traditional endosteal or root-form implants) are then placed, and finally an oral prosthesis in this case, a full-arch fixed (screw-retained) implant prosthesis (i.e., implant bridge) is fabricated and delivered.

Multiple Implants in the Upper Maxillary Arch with Screw-Retained Prosthesis

Bone Block Grafts *Graphic Images*

Case ID: 3693

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A patient wishes to have teeth for the upper anterior segment of the mouth but does not want to resort to wearing any type of removable denture. Unfortunately, the width of the anterior alveolar bone is only 2-3 mm thick and will not be able to accommodate any of the desired implant sizes. As a …

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Bone Block Grafts *Graphic Images*

3 Dental Implants with Vertical and Horizontal Bone Block Graft Augmentation

Case ID: 3797

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3 Dental Implants with Vertical and Horizontal Bone Block Graft Augmentation
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This patient has a vertical and horizontal bone deficiency in the lower right quadrant of the mouth and wishes to replace his missing teeth with dental implants. In order to restore the deficiency, the region is meticulously grafted with harvested bone from the patient’s lower jaw in the form of separated bone shells or plates, …

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3 Dental Implants with Vertical and Horizontal Bone Block Graft Augmentation

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