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The use of new technologies and digital implant solutions in a one-stage surgical procedure

April 6, 2021

The aim of this article is to present a case of single-tooth prosthetic restoration in the aesthetic zone step by step. The patient was referred to our clinic with a fractured root of tooth #11 (Fig. 1). The cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) analysis confirmed the fracture and revealed external resorption of the root from the vestibular side (Fig. 2). The tooth had to be extracted, and it was decided to follow immediate implant placement with a temporary aesthetic implant restoration. The immediate implant placement was planned with short-term non-occlusal loading.

Guided applications for partial extraction therapy

February 10, 2021

Dental implants to replace missing teeth have become an integral part of current conventional dentistry. Accepted protocols now include two-stage delayed loading, one-stage delayed loading, immediate loading in a healed receptor site, tilted implant placement, immediate loading in fresh extraction sites, partial extraction therapy (PET), socket shield technique and root membrane concept.

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Straumann TLX: Immediate placement and loading in mandibular first molar position with follow-up

February 2, 2021

The following case report describes a successful immediate implant placement in a mandibular first molar position with Straumann TLX and an immediately functional restoration followed up for one year.

Compromised maxillary dentition treated with Straumann Pro Arch and a digital workflow

December 28, 2020

Successful immediate implant placement associated with immediate loading remains one of the greatest clinical challenges. In addition to the placement of an implant immediately into the socket, the creation of an immediate screw-retained CAD/CAM temporary restoration is critical for an optimal aesthetic outcome. When using a conventional approach, the procedures require an extensive number of patient appointments and chair time for the dentist and the patient. Fortunately, nowadays digital workflows can be implemented, allowing treatments to be considerably shortened.

Overdenture solutions for today’s economy

November 27, 2020

In today’s economy, we have seen dramatic changes in lifestyle, health and income. Because of this, we have seen patients delay dental treatment until their condition finally becomes very painful. Although patients may want full-mouth dental implant treatment with fixed restorations, this may not always be something that fits into their budget. As dental providers, we need to offer our patients a variety of different treatment options in order to restore their dentition to proper form and function. This article focuses on the steps involved in providing denture and overdenture treatment in addition to extractions, grafting and dental implant placement.

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Single-tooth restoration using an all-ceramic implant solution

November 12, 2020

The latest generation of two-piece ceramic implants (zirconia) is considered an alternative treatment option to titanium implants owing to their excellent biological and material properties. Their handling and workflow now meet the requirements of modern implantology. In the following, a clinical case is described to demonstrate the use of a two-piece ceramic implant.

Immediate implant placement and restoration in fractured incisor with external root resorption

September 9, 2020

Many factors can be related to apical root resorption and rounding, among them orthodontic movement and occlusal trauma. In severe cases, the tooth can even become mobile. In normal situations, a fractured tooth above the gingival margin can be restored with conventional dentistry using an intra-radicular post and prosthetic crown. However, in cases where the root length is no longer optimal for use as a retentive element for an intra-radicular post, alternative options must be considered, which can include a removable partial prosthesis, a fixed three-unit bridge or a dental implant.

Computer-aided, template-guided immediate implant placement and loading in the mandible

June 30, 2020

Computer-aided implantology (CAI) was introduced more than 25 years ago with the aim of facilitating implant planning and avoiding intra-operative complications such as mandibular nerve damage, sinus perforation, fenestration and dehiscence. Based on a computed tomography (CT) scan and a digitised tooth set-up, the prosthetically ideal implant positions can be planned virtually with the help of guided surgery software, allowing for 3D visualisation prior to implant surgery.

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