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3 Dental Implants in Lower Left Quadrant with Bone Block Graft

Case ID: 3813

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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

3 Posterior Dental Implants with Bone Block Graft Transplant

Case ID: 3809

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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 with Vertical and Horizontal Bone Block Graft Augmentation

Case ID: 3797

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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

6 Dental Implants Placement without Surgical Incisions & Flaps for a Full-Arch Implant Prosthesis

Case ID: 3778

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6 Dental Implants Placement without Surgical Incisions & Flaps for a Full-Arch Implant Prosthesis
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*Graphic Image Below* Patients can opt for flapless surgeries during the implant placement.  This would dramatically minimize post-operative pain and discomfort and greatly reduce the healing time following the procedure. For this particular patient, 10 teeth were extracted and 6 dental implants were immediately placed without making any surgical incisions or flaps. FLAPLESS SURGERIES can …

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6 Dental Implants Placement without Surgical Incisions & Flaps for a Full-Arch Implant Prosthesis

Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid Oral Prosthesis

Case ID: 3762

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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 boney ridge is expanded by means of a long-span ridge splitting procedure (RSP) followed by the placement of the dental implants. Bone grafting material, allograft, is also …

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Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid Oral Prosthesis

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

Case ID: 3752

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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

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 Anterior Dental Implants with “Pink Porcelain” Oral Prosthesis

Case ID: 3646

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For this particular patient, not only is the patient missing some anterior (front) teeth but is also lacking the supporting bone along with the soft gum tissue. In cases where patients chooses NOT to restore the hard tissue (bone) and soft tissue (gum) by traditional means (i.e., surgery) then they can opt to receive an …

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3 Anterior Dental Implants with “Pink Porcelain” Oral Prosthesis

Upper Full-Arch with Multiple Implants and Implant Bridge

Case ID: 3647

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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

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