Treatment plan of discrepancies

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Posted on By Jason Witons In Full Arch & Dentures

#4 HE classic implant on #4 splinted to #5 fractured.

The patient has asked for the BEST tx plan


#4 implant could be kept with ridge augmentation to #5

or 2 new implants

Esthetic crown lenghtening can be done.

What else can be done to fill the buccal corridors?


Thank you,


Jason




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Do a Wax-up and Mock-up Trial Smile.....1st.
or use the DSD App by Christian Coachman.
2 implants best for #4/5 area and yes for crown lengthening.


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Thank you


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Discrepancies are among the most complex and commonly seen problems in all the clinical orthodontics. Skeletal, soft tissue, and dentoavleolar asymmetries may be present alone or in combination in a patient who has noncoincident midlines.
The treatment mechanics that are derived from the treatment plan must be biomechanically oriented in order to achieve the desired results without any of the adverse side effects.


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BTI
Henry Schein