Double PET in Anterior Maxilla at 4 years

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Implants

Idiopathic Root Resorption and ankylosis of 2 anterior teeth with very THIN Biotype treated with PET NO GRAFTING and Ritter Spiral Implants to preserve ridge form. 4 years post op shown. Thoughts. Dr. Salama

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After osteotomies
Implant Insertion Ritter Spiral


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CBCT plan

3D
3D cross section


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Finals

ceramic abutments
Final at 3 years


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Great indication for PET, clean execution, amazing result. Natural...one can‘t distinguish between natural teeth and PET teeth.
With such convincing results PET is going to conquire the world of dentistry in a very little time.
Thank you for sharing, best regards
Snjezana


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Thank you Snjezana. Yes, difficult case but PET saves the day.


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Beautiful results... stability of the distal papillae even after a few years. Impressive !!!!


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Look at labial contour and color as well.


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Occlusal views

Day 0
At seating


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Dear Maurice, First of all, congratulations. I love your work, but I have a question. I think that not every implant is valid for this procedure. However, It will be great for us, to know your point of view, What kind of characteristics should the ideal implant have for the realization of this technique?

Thanks in advance.

Emilio


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I have had success with many different implant types....what are your thoughts? Dr. Salama


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I think that the implant morphology should be conical, treated surface from the apex to the platform without polish surface in the crestal module and internal connection. I think that implants with this characteristics are the ones for this approach. Thank you!


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Then you should like this implant I show here...Dr. S


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Yeap!!! Cool choice!


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Hi Mo
Excellent indication for PET and nice execution as always.
Questions?
1-This was a 2 stage procedure ?
2-Did you achieve good initaial estability for inmediate provitionalization?

Regards from the Dominican Rep.
Mariano


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Yes, 2 stages. there was no need to take additional risk of loading here...regards Dr. S


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