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Sinus Lift via Lateral Window Approach with Immediate Implant Placement

Case ID: 4133

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Sinus Lift via Lateral Window Approach with Immediate Implant Placement
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This particular patient wishes to get a implant in the molar region but unfortunately, does not have enough bone to support it. Currently, the amount of bone in the vertical dimension that the patient has is 2 mm. Therefore, an increase in bone volume must be established first before an implant can be placed. This is …

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Upper Full-Arch with Multiple Implants and Implant Bridge

Case ID: 3647

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Upper Full-Arch with Multiple Implants and Implant Bridge
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This patient has been missing most of his upper teeth for many years now and as a result does not have an adequate amount of bone for dental implants to fulfill the criteria of a full-arch implant prosthesis. Therefore, bilateral sinus lifts or sinus elevations, ridge splitting procedures, and bone grafting procedures were all performed …

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Upper Full-Arch with Multiple Implants and Implant Bridge

*Graphic Images* Bone Block Grafting in the Anterior Region

Case ID: 3693

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*Graphic Images* Bone Block Grafting in the Anterior Region
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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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*Graphic Images* Bone Block Grafting in the Anterior Region

2 Posterior Implants in the Posterior Region after Transplantation of a Bone Block Graft

Case ID: 3752

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2 Posterior Implants in the Posterior Region after Transplantation of a Bone Block Graft
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The patient has been missing 2 teeth in the posterior region for many years now and as a result the bone volume has deteriorated in all 3 dimensions. In order to replace the missing teeth with dental implants the area will first require bone augmentation for implant support. As a result, bone is harvested and …

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2 Posterior Implants in the Posterior Region after Transplantation of a Bone Block Graft

Full Mouth Oral Prostheses: Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid FP-3 Oral Prosthesis and Lower Implant Overdenture (Snap-on)

Case ID: 3762

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Full Mouth Oral Prostheses: Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid FP-3 Oral Prosthesis and Lower Implant Overdenture (Snap-on)
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This particular patient has a severely resorbed alveolar ridge for the upper arch and therefore needs bone augmentation (additive) before any dental implants could be placed. First, the bony ridge is expanded in width by means of a long-span ridge splitting procedure (RSP) followed by the placement of 6 dental implants. Bone grafting material, allograft, …

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Full Mouth Oral Prostheses: Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid FP-3 Oral Prosthesis and Lower Implant Overdenture (Snap-on)

3 Posterior Dental Implants with Bone Block Graft Transplant

Case ID: 3809

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3 Posterior Dental Implants with Bone Block Graft Transplant
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The bone of the alveolar ridge is too thin to place 3 dental implants in the proper and ideal anatomical location of the lower jaw. By not being placed at the correct location there will be harmful offset loads (stress factors) resulting in biomechanical overloading to the prosthesis and implant leading to the eventual failure …

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3 Posterior Dental Implants with Bone Block Graft Transplant

3 Dental Implants in Lower Left Quadrant with Bone Block Graft

Case ID: 3813

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3 Dental Implants in Lower Left Quadrant with Bone Block Graft
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The width of the alveolar ridge is insufficient for an ideal dental implant placement of size 5.0 x 10 mm at this particular location in the mouth and as a result will require bone augmentation in order to restore the ridge with this choice of implants. The proper positioning of the implants are extremely crucial …

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3 Dental Implants in Lower Left Quadrant with Bone Block Graft

Denture Conversion for an Old Denture after 4 Dental Implants Placement

Case ID: 3854

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Denture Conversion for an Old Denture after 4 Dental Implants Placement
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A “snap-on” oral prosthesis or removable implant overdenture is created from an old complete denture that the patient has been wearing for many years. Due to the lack of sufficient bone height above the inferior alveolar nerve in the posterior regions, dental implants are all placed in front of the mental foramina (the locations of …

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Denture Conversion for an Old Denture after 4 Dental Implants Placement

*Graphic Image* Bone Block Graft Harvested from Lower Jaw to Upper Left Quadrant

Case ID: 3947

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*Graphic Image* Bone Block Graft Harvested from Lower Jaw to Upper Left Quadrant
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A patient lacks the necessary bone to support dental implants in the upper left quadrant and therefore requires a bone augmentation procedure. A bone bone block graft is harvested from the patient’s lower jaw (donor site) and 2 bone block veneers (aka bone shields, bone shells, bone blades or bone plates) are created from it. …

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*Graphic Image* Bone Block Graft Harvested from Lower Jaw to Upper Left Quadrant

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