Hard and Soft Tissue augumentation.

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Posted on By Erik Lennartsson In Implants

First of all I would like to THANK Dental XP for en great show i Las Vegas! Me and my team really enjoyed the lecturers and hands on!
I met and old friend at the meeting and he told me I should upload av video on Dental XP and here I go!
The case is planned in 3 Shape Implant Studion and the guide is produced inhouse (Formlabs 2). The movie starts after the implant is in place and its time for the augmentation.
Please feel free to comment, good or bad.
All the best from a chilly Stockholm!
// DDS, MSc Erik Lennartsson

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18 Comments

Great video and nice donor site harvest. What mounted camera system do you use? Thank you for posting! Regards Naheed


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Dear Naheed, The camera system is mounted on my loups.
Please see www.starmed-technik.de

Good Luck! // Erik


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Amazing video quality, treatment plan and surgical skills.
Obviously high level dentistry, congratulations.
On video implant seems to bee too buccal, but it`s probably just the matter of projection, since it was guided surgery.
Thank you for sharing
Snjezana


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I´m sorry for answering late. I hope to plan was correct for the guided surgery.. ;-)
It must be the angle of the camera.
I will try to post the follow up.
All the best // Erik


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Clean and beautiful surgery! Thank you for presentation!


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Mark, thank You very much!
// Erik


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Great Video! Thanks for sharing


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Dear Harold, Thank You.
// Erik


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Beautiful surgery! I aspire to be so skilled! Thanks for the excellent example.
May I inquire as to the manufacturer/source of your surgical instruments?!?


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Erik. Remarkable talents on display. Steady hands and head. Impressive work! Thank you for sharing. Best regards. Chuck


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Dear Charles!
Thanks You so very much!
I will post the follow up. Promise.
// Erik


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I´m so sorry for keeping You waiting. All my instruments are bought thru AmericanDental.de.
Developed by Otto Zuhr and Marcus Hürzeler.
All the best / Erik


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I´m so sorry for keeping You waiting. All my instruments are bought thru AmericanDental.de.
Developed by Otto Zuhr and Marcus Hürzeler.
All the best / Erik


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Outstanding surgery sequence, is great !
Congratulations .
Thanks for sharing.
´Love the camera system´.


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Thank You. The camera system / and the loops comes from www.starmedtechnik.de
All the best // Erik


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Erik,

Nice post and welcome to XP- Keep it coming- What will you re-entry time be and what is your provisional restoration

Cheers,

Richard


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Richard, this patient was sent to me from north of Sweden. The reffering dentist removed the sutures and did fabricate a new essix with a comp. Tooth.
Good question because One of the most challanging points on these cases are often the temps.
Re-entry is 6month.
All the best // Erik


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Thx Erik

Cheers,

Richard


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