Part-3.2-visit tooth replacement ."implant Eruption" solution for the Posterior Restorative Challenge

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Posted on By Anton Andrews In Digital Scanning & CAD/CAM

2-visit tooth replacement or "implant eruption" technique had been used to finish this case.
1.5- year restorative follow up demonstrates stable ST and HT contours

before and 6-month comparison
final model-less restoration

The 2-nd visit - uncovery and delivery of the final implant crown
1.5-year post restorative follow up


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9 Comments

Impressive Anton!!!
The proof of Time!
Congrats!
Regards
Jorge


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Thank you Jorge.


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How long was treatment? Do you feel you intruded the implant or the opposing teeth? Regards Dr. Salama


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Maurice, it wasn't an Intrusion via Hyperocclusion case. I designed the restoration into the occlusion provided by the orthodontist.
Please refer to PART 2 for the restorative phase.
The whole treatment had taken around 6 months and had been completed with 2 major visits using 2-visit tooth replacement protocol based on Reversed Restorative Rehabilitation ("Implant Eruption")


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Anton. Apparently great outcome! I love the CBCT image and your restorative creativity. However, you still haven't provided the necessary diagnostics to properly assess vertical and anterior guidance :)))). All the best. Chuck.


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Thx Charles !
I provided more than colleagues do on the average basis :))))


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More and better I would add.


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I almost forgot to bring up one more old comment.
The best part of Dentistry I like is its challenge!
07/29 was my Birthday! Thank you Gerald!


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Anton,
No one can argue with success. I stand corrected. It is sooo easy to offer an apology' I am surprised that it is not done more often.
Regards,
gerald


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