PET with submerged root maxillary anterior

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Posted on By daniel gremban In Implants

Please comment on tx plan.Patient is a 48 yr old female that had been in ortho for 11 years. She has minimal root structure with mobility. Plan is to do submerged root on 8/9 with dual zone implant on 7/10 due to lack of facial bone and abscessing on these two. 6/11 will be implants with PET. She has a low lip line so esthetics will be relatively easy to manage. Planning on submerged root 8/9 and using temp bridge 6/7-10/11 while CT graft heals. Implants will be fully guided. At implant placement there will be a temp bridge placed to facilitate the dual zone healing. Additional ct views as well as patient photos available if needed




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PET for sure but I typically prefer to avoid adjacent implants not only due to esthetics but for proper spacing.....also, check the angulation on the lateral sections as they may be too inclined due to anatomy. regards Dr. Salama


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