Friedrich Dr. Müller M.Sc. M.Sc.
After finishing studying dentistry in 2006 in Frankfurt, Germany, Dr Friedrich Müller worked two years further in a private dental practice in Frankfurt followed by three years in the private dental practice of his parents in Flöha, Germany. He opened his own practice with his wife, Dr. Janine Müller in 2011 in Wiesbaden, Germany. He finished his Master of Science in Oral Implantology in 2014. He specialized in Periodontology, Implantology, and Endodontology and has published several scientific articles and contributed to several scientific congresses.
Recent Case Studies
A 52 year-old female patient was concerned about the mobility of the right central incisor and her unattractive smile. This tooth was replaced with an implant supported restoration using a four-stage surgical approachView Case Study
A 67-year-old female patient was concerned with the limited function of a mandibular denture that was constructed to a severely resorbed ridge. She requested implant therapy to assist with stability. Four implants were placed in the anterior region. These were restored with Ball Abutments. Stability was immediately improved and the function and comfort of the patient was greatly enhanced.View Case Study
A 61-year-old male patient with a heavily restored dentition had problems in a maxillary premolar region. One tooth was poor, the other was compromised. The first premolar was removed and then later replaced with an implant. This in turn was used to support a telescopic restoration on the weak adjacent premolar. This allows the region to be converted to a cantilever bridge if the tooth should fail.View Case Study
Transfer from a natural tooth to an implant supported restoration supporting an existing over-denture
A patient had a failing tooth which was critical to retaining a sophisticated over-denture restoration. This tooth was removed and replaced with an implant. A special transfer system was then used to generate a relationship with the existing over-denture crown. This could be scanned and by digital means reproduced on a Ti-Base CAD CAM component in Zirconia. The new component fit perfectly and restored full function to the old reconstructionView Case Study
Here is a very interesting, simple and useful idea. It shows an extracted tooth root being used to augment a resorbed residual ridge in the maxillary central incisor region. The root fragment is retained there by a bone screw. Several months later, the screw is removed and an implant is placed into the ridge in ideal position. It's great to have a new option for what is often a difficult regeneration situation.View Case Study