Tag Archive for: IS Full Kit

GBR and simultaneous implant placement in the narrow alveolar ridge

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This patient presented with extremely narrow ridge after the extraction socket of #26 was allowed to heal for 8 weeks. A 3 unit cement retained PFM FPD was delivered 4 months after GBR was conducted using titanium mesh.

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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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Implant therapy for lower mandibular incisors: Immediate implant placement and simultaneous guided bone regeneration using autologous concentrated growth factors

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Implant therapy for lower mandibular incisors:  Immediate implant placement and  simultaneous guided bone regeneration using autologous concentrated growth factors.

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

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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,...

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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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