Case Studies

Case Presentations which quickly get to the point. They show the problem and then get right into how the case was treated. Critical principles are outlined. You can see what materials were used and how the case turned out.

Management of a long standing malocclusion with implants placed into regenerated bone

By Dr. Peter Hunt

The predictability of modern bone grafting and soft tissue augmentation, combined with that of dental implants allow us to provide new options in treatment planning. These can solve seemingly intractable problems with relative ease. In this case it allowed fast correction of a long standing orthodontic malocclusion.

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Recovery of a maxillary central incisor region with socket regeneration, soft tissue augmentation and emergence profile development

By Dr. Maurizio Ciocci

Extraction of a maxillary central incisor often leads to a considerable loss of hard and soft tissue structures in the region. This case shows a remarkable recovery following hard and soft tissue grafting, emergence profile development and final restoration.

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Recovery of an extraction site with orthodontics, implant therapy, augmentation and emergence profile development

By Dr. Peter Hunt

The patient lost a front tooth as a child, now at the age of 30 he wants a replacement. But all sorts of deformities have set in. The adjacent teeth moved, the ridge shrank and he also has a major skeletal and dental malocclusion. Recovering the situation takes time. New technology helps with providing the result.

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Recovery of an extraction site with orthodontics, implant therapy, augmentation and emergence profile development

By Dr. Peter Hunt

The patient lost a front tooth as a child, now at the age of 30 he wants a replacement. But all sorts of deformities have set in. The adjacent teeth moved, the ridge shrank and he also has a major skeletal and dental malocclusion. Recovering the situation takes time. New technology helps with providing the result.

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Replacing a failing lateral incisor with a large defect

By Dr. Peter Hunt

A malformed maxillary lateral incisor has undergone two endodontic + one surgical procedure but there is still an abscess present. It's time to make a change and to replace the tooth with an implant. The post extraction defect is quite large. See how the case is managed.

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