SCRP (Screw & Cement Retained Prostheses)

Immediate placement and loading with provisional screw retained crown at #21

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***3 years follow up result has been added*** This case presents immediate placement and loading with CT graft right after the extraction of tooth 21. The procedures are detailed step-by-step with practical advice.

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The Utilization of RFA Assessments for Early (Anytime) Loading in the Maxillary Posterior Area

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This is the final restorations – a single restoration for #24 and a 3-unit FPD for #25-27 – fabricated and delivered in 4 weeks. The ‘SCRP’ abutments (prefabricated abutment with semi-hexa connection) were used to ensure the insertion path of the restoration. 

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The staged approach on atrohpic ridge using NeoBiotech IS II active fixture and nonresorbable membrane

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A 60 year old female patient came to the clinic with horizontal bone resorption which had been progressed due to the extractions of #36 and #37. The atrophic ridge was grafted with a combination of Xenobone and allobone, then a nonresorbable membrane was placed over it. After 4 months of the stage...

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Flapless sinus crestal bone graft and implant placement

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A 49-year-old male patient was referred to the clinic for implant therapy of his left maxilla. This case shows how to elevate the maxillary sinus membrane and graft the sinus crestally using the water press membrane elevation technique.

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Simultaneous sinus-augmentation with SLA system, advantage of NBT IS ll active CMI design and SCRP multi-unit abutments

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This case presents implants supported one-piece SCRP full zirconia bridge with the SCRP abutments. *The 1.5 years outcome showing no sign of bone resorption around the implants is added. 

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Socket shield technique: Immediate implant placement and buccal tissue preservation

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A 21-year-old male patient was referred to the clinic with fractured tooth 21. The root 21 was sectioned using a surgical bur and an atraumatic removal of the lingual fragment was achieved. As a result, a thin layer of the root aspect intact to the buccal plate of the bone was...

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