Immediate implant placement on right maxillary central incisor according to the principles with IS-II Active implant

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Dr. Paweł Strzępek

Paweł Strzępek graduated from the Dentistry Division of the Medical University of Warsaw in 1990. He is a member of OSIS, ICOI and CEIA. Since 1990 he has been running a private practice for endodontics and implant dentistry.



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Patient was a 49 years old female, who lost her crown as well as the post and core of tooth 11 when biting on a mouthpiece of a diving apparatus. She came to the clinic 5 days after she had lost the tooth. An x-ray of the tooth was performed on that day and the treatment plan was explained to the patient.

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Condition of the patient 5 days after the crown was lost.

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Under infiltration anaesthesia the fractured root was removed atraumatically with periotomes and a BendeX device manufactured by Zepff.

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The implant bed was formed according to the principles of immediate implantation technique.

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An IS-II Active implant of 3.5 mm in width and 13 mm in length manufactured by NeoBiotech was immersed with the force of 40 Ncm.

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The fissure between the implant and the vestibular bone lamella was augmented.

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A prosthetic restoration was preformed supported by a temporary connector.

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While preserving the implant emergence profile, which had been obtained during healing.

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After an 8-week integration period impressions were collected.

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The final prosthetic restoration was formed.

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A periapical x-ray was performed to evaluate embedment of the restoration.

This case presents implant placement with Neobiotech IS-II active fixture on #11.

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