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Various maxillary sinus elevation techniques using bone grafts and bone substitutes are frequently used to enable the placement of dental implants in the posterior maxilla.
Apically positioned flap makes it possible to increased the width of KM around the implant without additional surgical intervention and donor site, even with simultaneous GBR.
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There are many advantages in guided surgery, such as reduction of operation time, reduction of patient’s pain, and reduction of risk harming important anatomical structures. Despite these advantages, there are some limitations to consider when planning a guided surgery for edentulous patients.
This aim of this case report is to show the surgical procedures needed for the full mouth rehabilitation and convenience of OneGuide system in the multiple implant installation.
Bone augmentation should be performed prior to and/or simultaneously with implant placement when the preoperative examination shows a lack of alveolar bone volume at the implant placement site.
The goal of this study was to evaluate the effect of two types of rhBMP-2 soaked bone graft materials on the extraction socket and the safety of the material after tooth extraction and implantation.
The immediate post-extraction placement of an implant in the esthetic zone should satisfy the esthetic and functional demands. The clinical case series in the present study provides clinicians with a scientific basis for an immediate placement procedure using a 3D reconstruction stereolithographic guide and restoration protocols with a CAD/CAM titanium anatomic abutment.