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MAXILLARY IMPLANT SUPPORTED & RETAINED
REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
Today, most tooth replacement done in the aesthetic zone using dental implants is with a delayed surgical protocol. Unfortunately, this delay can result in loss of both soft and hard oral tissues during the healing period, necessitating guide tissue regeneration or a bone grafting procedure either prior to or at the time of implant placement.
If a delayed placement protocol is used or if grafting procedures are ineffective, the prosthetic phase of implant dentistry must restore the missing structures artistically and functionally to integrate with the existing dental structures.
This presentation reviews a technique that provides for prosthetic restoration of soft and hard tissues while enhancing the aesthetic results of the replaced dentition through a unique removable implant prosthesis design.
Fig 1. Missing and Injured Teeth Fig 2. Inadequate Replacement
Fig 3. Diagnostic Planning Cast Fig 4. One Stage Bone Expansion Osteotome Surgery
Fig 5. Pre-Operative Radiograph
Fig 6 & 7. CBCT Scan Providing A Three-Dimensional View of Maxilla For Implant Planning and Placement
Fig 8. One Stage Bone Expansion Fig 9. Healed One Stage Bone Expansion
Osteotome Surgery Osteotome Surgery
Fig 10 & 11. On Site Laboratory Construction of Implant Connecting Bar
Fig 12-15. On Site Laboratory Construction of Implant Connecting Bar & RPD Frame work
Fig 16-19.RPD Frame work with Ackerman Clips and Processed Teeth with Acrylic
Fig 20. Post-Op Radiograph of Implants and Connecting Bar & Restored Teeth
Fig 21-24. Restored Maxillary Lip Contour and Facial Aesthetics
Fig 25. Restored Dental Aesthetics
Fig 26. Restored Facial and Dental Aesthetics