Maxillary Full arch PFM restoration

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Posted on By UDATTA KHER In Full Arch & Dentures

A full arch implant supported restoration for an edentulous maxillary arch.

Healed sites
Snap coping impressions

Abutments
Definitive prosthesis


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post op X-rays


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woww..thanks for sharing.


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All on 7. Why not all on four here? Great tissue thickness and AP spread of implants? Any preop or surgical images to share? regards Maurice


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Relatively young patient with an intact lower dentition. Most of the sites were grafted. Bilateral sinus lifts too. I prefer to have 6 to 8 implants in such situations. I do 4 implants only for geriatric patients.
Will post surgical pictures soon.
Regards


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Understandable strategy....immediate load?


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Very often.


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Udatta,


Nice work- tell me what your interim prosthesis was and what did you use to establish vertical against natural teeth?

what are teeth made of as far as framework- layering etc.

Cheers,

Richard


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Thanks Richard,
The patient wore a conventional removable denture during the healing phase.
The prosthesis is a metal frame with layered ceramic.
I made an implant supported interocclusal record base to establish the vertical dimension. I used the patient's existing denture as a guideline for the same.


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