After studying dentistry in Vienna and Greifswald and subsequent graduation, Dr. Spieckermann worked as a scientific employee in the Department of Prosthodontics, Medical Faculty, Dresden University of Technology.
After two years of working in the Swedish public health service, he then trained to be a Dental Surgeon for Oral Surgery in the dental practice of Dr. Glase-Dr. Berger in Chemnitz. Dr. Spieckermann is a qualified and trained specialist for prosthetics of the German Society of Prosthodontics. He opened his own practice in 2010.
Recent Case Studies
In this case, a 73-year-old male patient with severe bone atrophy of the posterior maxilla was rehabilitated with a telescopic over denture after bilateral sinus lifts and placement of six implants using Camlog GuideView Case Study
A 29-year-old female was in an accident where the maxillary right central incisor was fractured subgingivally. Following tooth eruption using magnet technology to erupt the gingival margin, the tooth was extracted and the socket grafted with Bio-Oss Collagen®. Four months later an implant was placedView Case Study
A 61-year-old female presented with a failing maxillary dentition. After removing the hopeless teeth and allowing for healing, an external approach sinus lift was performed which allowed total of four implants to be placed. The arch was restored with a Removable Telescopic Hybrid Reconstruction over copings on both the implants and some remaining teeth. This made for a simple, easily maintained and cost-effective solution for this patientView Case Study
This case presents an immediate transition from a broken down natural dentition to an implant supported, full-arch, provisional reconstruction. After healing, a definitive screw-retained, ceramo-metal reconstruction using Camlog® VarioSR components was completed.View Case Study
In this case, the treatment of a 29-year-old man who suffered a traumatic loss of his left maxillary central incisor is shown. Due to the loss of alveolar and gingival contour, a bone block from the mandibular retro-molar region had to be transplanted to restore the defect.View Case Study
A 51-year-old female was referred for placement of implants in an edentulous segment on the mandibular left. A simple surgical guide showed that tooth and nerve damage might develop. See how the situation was treated by changing the angle of the implants and by using bone augmentation in the region of crestal bone deficienciesView Case Study
A young female presented with a missing maxillary central incisor and resorption of the alveolar ridge. In a single procedure, the ridge was expanded using osteotomes and augmented with particulate bone graft. After four months, the implant was exposed and the soft tissues were distributed around a custom provisional restoration based on a temporary abutmentView Case Study
This presentation shows how a custom provisional restoration was enhanced by adding sub-gingival contour. These contours were then reproduced in a custom impression post and transferred across to the final custom abutment and crown. All that needed to be done was to copy the form in materials that were more biologically acceptable, durable, stronger and aestheticView Case Study