Case Study

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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