Patients and dental professionals today demand immediate yet positive results. After many years of research and clinical studies, depending on the case and patient, immediate implant placement has now become a popular course of action with predictable outcomes.
This report describes a simple method for soft tissue coverage of a guided bone regeneration (GBR) site using the double rotated palatal sub-epithelial connective tissue graft (RPSCTG) technique for a maxillary anterior defect.
Factors affecting marginal bone loss in implants that were placed immediately after extraction were followed up more than 1 year after.
As cases of COVID-19 see a sharp rise in Canada, it is important for all dental professionals to stay up-to-date guidelines to ensure that staff and patients are safe.
Explanted fractured fixture (OSSTEM GSII) followed by a reimplantation of an SLA-surfaced implant (OSSTEM TSIII) in the mandibular posterior area.
Evaluate the implant and prosthetic survival rates, complications, marginal bone loss, using ultra-fine titanium mesh membrane and simultaneous implant placement, to provide space maintenance necessary for bone augmentation of alveolar bone defects.
To compare virtual planning accuracy of novel computer-assisted, template-based implant placement techniques, which make use of CAD/CAM stereolithographic surgical templates with or without metallic sleeves. Furthermore, to compare open versus closed sleeves for templates without metallic sleeves.
4 cases of surgical treatment for peri-implantitis using Osstem’s smart scaler and smart brush.
Our study conducted literature review and presented cases as it obtained successful treatment results after placing 5-6 mm short implants using a minimally invasive technique in patients with insufficient vertical bone height on mandibular molar areas.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the long-term clinical stability of implants with acid-etched surfaces sandblasted with alumina using retrospective analyses of the survival rate, success rate, primary and secondary stability, complications, and marginal bone loss of the implants.