Short Single Implant (IS II active 4.5 X 7.3mm) Used to Replace First Maxillary Molar

Michele Perelli

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Dr. Michele Perelli
Turin, Italy



Female, 61 years old, non smoker, good health
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Treatment planning was to replace tooth 16 with a Neobiotech implant after removing old partial fixed FMC. About 5mm of available basal bone height was measured on site 16.
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A Neobiotech short implant ( IS II Active 4.5 x 7.3 mm) was positioned submerged in conjunction with sinus membrane elevation by the crestal approach (SCA Technique).

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After 6 months of undisturbed healing, the implant was uncovered and the impression was taken. A screw-retained provisional crown was delivered.

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The buccal view of a screw-retained provisonal crown

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After 12 months of the surgery, it was shown than peri-implant soft tissues are well stabilized and in good health. An easy impression was able to be taken with a short transfer and a snap-on precise system called 'PickCap impression system'.

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A definitive screw-type metal-ceramic crown was delivered.

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Note the good corticalization of the sinus bone floor and the cervical bone stability

This case presents placement of a short single implant (IS ll active 4.5X7.3mm) in a maxillary molar site. Available bone height was measured about 5mm and the sinus membrane was planned to be elevated by the crestal approach (SLA Kit). 

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