Immediate full-arch implant/prosthetics

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Posted on By Kurt Doolin In Full Arch & Dentures

Used nSequence guides for this case with good result. I'm looking forward to using newer generation guides that have a more open design. I always worry about lack of irrigation with stacked guides. Any advice/comments are welcome.
Kurt Doolin

Pre-op
guide indexing

bone redux and implant placement
interim prosthesis and gaskets


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Really well planned and executed case Kurt. My compliments. I believe more and more of the newer generation designs are incorporating more access for irrigation. Whenever I have doubts, I get my assistant to supply additional irrigation during the drilling sequence.


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Well done Kurt. Yes, newer more open designs are more appealing to me as it allows for visualization and irrigation. regards Dr. Salama


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This is exactly what bothers me, especially when doing full arch cases. There is 2ingis guide designed by Philippe De Moyer that allows very good visualization and irrigation.
One question: do you plan to enhance KG on the right site?
thank you for sharing
Snjezana


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