Explanted fractured fixture (OSSTEM GSII) followed by a reimplantation of an SLA-surfaced implant (OSSTEM TSIII) in the mandibular posterior area.
To compare virtual planning accuracy of novel computer-assisted, template-based implant placement techniques, which make use of CAD/CAM stereolithographic surgical templates with or without metallic sleeves. Furthermore, to compare open versus closed sleeves for templates without metallic sleeves.
4 cases of surgical treatment for peri-implantitis using Osstem’s smart scaler and smart brush.
Our study conducted literature review and presented cases as it obtained successful treatment results after placing 5-6 mm short implants using a minimally invasive technique in patients with insufficient vertical bone height on mandibular molar areas.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the long-term clinical stability of implants with acid-etched surfaces sandblasted with alumina using retrospective analyses of the survival rate, success rate, primary and secondary stability, complications, and marginal bone loss of the implants.
To test the hypothesis that there is no difference in clinical, radiographic and aesthetic outcomes positioning single post-extractive 7 mm-diameter implants or waiting 4 months after molar extraction and socket preservation procedure.
Placement of implants immediately following extraction has now become an increasingly common strategy to preserve bone and reduce treatment time. This case reports demonstrates that it is possible to achieve greater efficiency in our efforts to give patient sound, timely and economical treatment.
A radiographic stent was modified and used as a surgical stent instead of computer-guided implant surgery to reduce the treatment time. Compared to the stent made with computer -guided surgery, since it is not accurate enough to use until final drilling, it can be used as an marker for initial position.
This case report aims to share an experience of full mouth implant placement through a digital-guided surgery with immediate loading and point out the possibility and limitations.
The aim of this clinical case report was to evaluate the success of implants placed at the time of alveolar bone augmentation using simultaneous guided bone regeneration (“Sandwich” bone augmentation technique ) inpatient suffering from insufficient bone width.