Tag Archive for: SCRP

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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Wide implant placement in the sinus-lifted maxilla and native bone

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This case presents replacement of failed implant with ф6.0*7.0mm Neobiotech S-wide EB implant on site 16. Site preparation was done with S-reamer and no grafting was conducted. Implant was placed with 1-2mm of sinus involvement and has achieved inferior cortical fixation with 45N/cm of excellent stability. Immediate loading was performed...

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Immediate placement and loading in the posterior mandible

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This case presents 3 external implants (CMI EB) immediately placed with 45Ncm of insertion torque values on the edentulous mandibular left quadrant and a definitive 3 unit SCRP prosthesis delivered 3 weeks after implants placement.

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Ridge augmentation and implant placement using CTi-mem and IS ll active implant

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A 30-year-old female patient had lost teeth 36 and 37 and was referred to the clinic for treatment. Prior to the implants placement, ridge augmentation was first conducted on the mandibular left quadrant using CTi-mem and Tent screws. *The 2 year follow-up verifying stability of peri-implant bone is added.

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