“Customized esthetic solution” immediate implants in immediate function: a simplified and efficient solution… by Dr. Carlos Eduardo Sabrosa

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Carlos Eduardo Sabrosa, DDS, MSD, DScD

University of the State of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



There is a considerable controversy if implants should be placed immediately after extraction of a tooth, especially in the posterior region. Along with that question arise if this implant should be placed with or without a grafting material and if this implant should be loaded with immediate function.
A 52 years-of-age female patient presented to the clinic of the school with the first left mandibular molar with an acrylic crown (figs. 1 and 2). Upon probing, a periapical x-ray (fig. 3) and a ct-scan (fig.4) it was possible to detect severe bone loss and the indication for tooth extraction was clear.
Before tooth extraction a bisacrylic provisional restoration was fabricated (figs. 5, 6 and 7) to enhance soft tissue health. After one week, the tooth was extracted (figs. 8 and 9) and a neobiotech IS II active 4,0 x 10,0 mm was placed immediately after extraction (figs. 10 and 11). At the same consult the bisacrylic provisional restoration (fig. 12 and 13) was attached to a titanium temporary component and a screw-retained implant-supported provisional restoration was fabricated (figs. 14, 15, 16 and 17).
After 3-months it is possible to observe the healing of the hard and soft tissues clinically (figs. 18 and 19) and radiographically (fig. 20).
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fig. 1 - pre-operatory occlusion

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fig. 2 - pre-operatory buccal and occlusal views

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fig. 3 - pre-operatory x-ray

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fig. 4 - pre-operatory ct scan

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fig. 5 - bisacrylic provisional restoration

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fig. 6 - provisional occlusion

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fig. 7 - provisional buccal and occlusal views

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fig. 8 - tooth extraction

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fig. 9 - tooth extraction

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fig. 10 - immediate implant placement

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fig. 11 - immediate implant placement

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fig. 12 - titanium temporary component

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fig. 13 - provisional pick-up

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fig. 14 - implant provisional restoration

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fig. 15 - immediate function

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fig. 16 - baseline buccal and oclusal views

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fig. 17 - baseline x-ray

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fig. 18 - 3-month recall occlusion

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fig. 19 - 3-month recall buccal and occlusal views

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fig. 20 - 3-month recall x-ray

The treatment presented is part of a clinical trial using neobiotech IS II active implants immediately after extraction in immediate function. So far 7 implants have been placed and no failures have been observed.

There is a considerable controversy if implants should be placed immediately after extraction of a tooth, especially in the posterior region. Along with that question arise if this implant should be placed with or without a grafting material and if this implant should be loaded with immediate function. In this case, a 52 years-of-age female patient presented to the clinic of the school with the first left mandibular molar with an acrylic crown (figs. 1 and 2). 

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