Full Arch One Day Guided Immediate Loading

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Full Arch & Dentures

The ability to pre-plan our cases digital and precisely transfer from the computer to the guides to the provisional restoration in PMMA has been a game changer. Here is such a case treated with ROE labs. Very accurate and successful patient management. Dr. Salama

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Transfer and 3 months healing

Pick up transfer jig
At 3 months


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Pre and post changes

Preop Smile
Post op Smile


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Radiographs after 5 months in load

PA bone levels
PA bone levels


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Why did you decide to have two distal cantilevers ?


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Those are teeth...we kept them.


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Beautiful case Dr Salama and a great service to this patient. I especially love the flat tissue interface obtained which make the restoration much more maintainable.
Are you keeping the teeth in the back or is this going to be a full arch case?
Best regards,
Ehab


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Keeping these teeth as they are periodontally manageable....in the future if thwse go we can replace them.


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nice case, what software did you use to plan the case?


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Simplant


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Great case. What are the implant diameters?


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All 3.8mm diameter implants....typically for Full arch I rarely utilize 4.5 or above. Dr. Salama


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