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46 large marrow space

Posted by Keyhan Alavian at Thu, Jun 30, 2016 11:30 PM

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hello   I have a case where patient asked for a 46 implant to replace broken tooth.    -please note the roots were extracted after the CT scan was taken.   Currently plan I am considering is:   1-wait for a three month healing period. That will allow the bone to resorb a bit to give me some more room for the final crown. 2-place a 4.5X11.5mm implant with a a 5X5 healing abutment and wait another three month. 3-p...

Loose implant crown

Posted by Tina He at Wed, Jun 15, 2016 7:27 PM

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Today I have a patient came in with complaint of loose implant crown.  Pt had the implant done last Oct. 2 wks later the crwon came off with a crown out. Pt went back but the dentist"only glued it back and saying he needed to order some parts" then disapearred according to the pt. Now she is willing to pay to get it fixed. I tried to contact the dentist but got no response.  I would like to know what I could do under this circumstance. ...

Treatment planing ( failed cantilever bridge)

Posted by Admin BITES at Mon, May 16, 2016 5:37 PM

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Dear Bites instructors,   Please help me treatment plan this complicated case.   Patient is 62 years old female and healthy.   Bridge on Q2 failed. As patient says, she is missing 24 and she told several people in her family are missing this tooth.    As you see there is lots of bone loss around  #26 and #25 has root resorption.   I was thinking to place and implant in 24 area and remove 25 and 26 and ...

34/36 implants? 35/36 implants?

Posted by Stefano Storey at Fri, May 6, 2016 1:01 AM

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TP- The following is the case to follow from my previous case that was posted.    Opposing arch is A06.    In this quadrant, my TP pertains to the following post as to ridge split? or L-PRF? as well.   #35 appears to have PARL.   #34 implant placement with narrow ridge and anterior loop of the mental is tight.   I was thinking possible options for TP are as follows.   1.Ridge Split or F-PRF impl...

45 implant - ridge split?? or F-PRF??

Posted by Stefano Storey at Fri, May 6, 2016 12:14 AM

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TP - Remove patient exsiting bridge and place singel unit crowns on #44, 46 with Implant in site 45.   My appologies for pictures, using clinician to plan cases I was unable to figure out a way to generate multiple slices to show the entire ridge B/L.   Dr.'s in a case like this would you suggest the ideal placement of this 4.0mm x 10mm implant.   Dr. Kwon, this is the right side of the case that we were talking about at the ...

a new case for implant for treatment planning

Posted by Admin BITES at Thu, Apr 28, 2016 4:17 PM

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dear instructors,   Patient is 52 years old female and healthy.   I was treatment planning for 36 area.   There is a radiolucency as you can see in the image about 3 x 4 mm.   What is the wise move here?    Should I do something about this area, refer to oral surgeon? oral medicine specialist or leave it or remove it?   There is enough bone for 4 x 10;; implant.   Please advise.   RS&nb...

#11(very thin buccal bone, worry about Anesthetics) - updated

Posted by Admin BITES at Tue, Apr 26, 2016 2:51 PM

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Dear instructors,   I did the surgery yesterday.   I used one carp Lidocaine and 1/2 carp Ultracaine. Patient had no discomfort during surgery.   The tooth came out intact with atraumatic extraction and gentile elevation. Buccal bone was completely intact. I placed a 3.5  x 11.5 implant toward palatal wall. I believe that the crown can be screw in with the positioning of the implant.     There was about 2mm...

#11(very thin buccal bone, worry about Anesthetics)

Posted by Admin BITES at Tue, Apr 5, 2016 4:13 PM

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Dear Bite instructors,The patient is 42 years old female.Medical history: She has Fibromyalgia. She never got any treatment for that and she says she never needed any.Dental History: 2 years ago she presented to the office  to do some dental work and restorations. Everything was going well until she was going through divorce. I couldn't do a simple filling for her with 3 lidocaine and 2 citanest mixed together. I couldn't Numb her!!! Finally...

Main concern is #15 supporation from palate

Posted by Admin BITES at Wed, Mar 2, 2016 3:53 PM

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Dear Bite instructors.Patient is 67 years old female  and healthy.Main concern is 15 supporation from palate.When I checked CT there is radiolucency in apical of 14 and 15.  Also bone loss especially around 15. .  My thought is to extract and bone graft 15 and do implant in 5 months. But I know 14 is a problem as well. I haven't discussed with patient yet.Is it wise to remove 15 and do immediate implant?Should I remove 14 as w...