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.

Eruption of a fractured central incisor prior to implant Replacement

By Dr. Jan Spieckermann

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 placed

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Mandibular molar restoration with an implant and CAD/CAM restoration

By Dr. Gregory J. Snevel

A failing mandibular molar was replaced with a Camlog® dental implant. A Screw-Retained implant supported restoration for this was fabricated in the office utilizing CAD/CAM technology

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Management of a failing maxillary dentition with an implant supported telescopic reconstruction

By Dr. Jan Spieckermann

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 patient

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All-on-six with immediate loading in an edentulous mandible

By Dr. Jan Spieckermann

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.

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Implant placement for a maxillary lateral incisor within a resorbed alveolus

By Dr. Charles D. Schlesinger

This case shows an alternative to block grafting to correct a deficiency in alveolar width. A ridge splitting procedure can gain adequate ridge width forImplant placement quickly, simply and effectively

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Large scale bone grafting from the hip with an all-on-six implant reconstruction

By Dr. Vojtěch Slezáček

A patient had lost most of the base of her maxilla following the loss of her maxillary teeth. She received large scale bone grafts harvested from the hip to regenerate a ridge which was able to accommodate dental implants. A fixed reconstruction was then able to be provided

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Customized bone regeneration with a digitally produced laser sintered titanium frame

By Dr. Marcus Seiler

This case shows the use of a new system to aid large scale augmentation with particulate bone grafting. It consists of a laser-sintered Titanium mesh frame custom fabricated to the desired dimensions of the bone graft. This is filled with the bone graft material and secured to place with bone screws

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Transition from a failing dental reconstruction to an implant-supported hybrid reconstruction

By Dr. Jörg-Martin Ruppin

This case shows how a failing reconstruction with extensive bone loss in the anterior region was transitioned to an implant-supported hybrid reconstruction. This required two rounds of bone augmentation. First, block grafts were applied to the deficient anterior region. Later, external sinus lifts were performed. Only then was it possible to place six implants which, when integrated, could support the final reconstruction

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