Flap approach for inserting Five implants in edentulous mandible .

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Posted on By Wahib Moussa In Implants

Hello All

A completely edentulous mandible, reflected flap, five implants inserted and insertion of abutments and temporary after three months.
Thoughts and comments are welcomed.
Wahib Moussa


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Oh no five implants ??


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Thanks for commenting
I did not know if you think five implants are much or less needed implants?
My plan for five implants based on patient age and physical build, thank you.


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Very nice as always. What flap design did you utilize? How did you split KT? Why Silk sutures? Why not angled distal implants to increase AP spread? You can add images to this post by editing...
Thanks for sharing Dr. S


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Dr Maurice Salama thank you very much for kind comment.
Flap design semilunar buccally reflected flap,
KT was split by mini scalable and periosteal elevator,
no reason for Silk sutures, angle distal implants are a good idea which I can apply in the future always great advises, thank you very much.


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