Treatment of a failing implant case

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  • 1. Clinical situation. Implant supported restoration upper left. Teeth supported restoration upper right
  • 2. Full thickness flap elevated showing implants placed partly outside the alveolar ridge
  • 3. Implants are removed. Major bone loss defects can be seen
  • 4. Ridge reconstructed with mp3 carefully compacted against the plate of bone
  • 5. A collagen sponge is placed above the MP3 giving more stability to the material and adding volume to the soft tissues
  • 6. Four months later a flap is elevated
  • 7. The lateral incisor is extracted and the recreated ridge can be seen
  • 8. The implants are placed into a very dense bone (N� 22-24-26)
  • 9. The implants are placed into a very dense bone (N� 22-24-26)
  • 10. Four months later a flap is elevated and abutments placed into a very stable bone (ISQ ostell between 72 and 78)
  • 11. Four months later a flap is elevated and abutments placed into a very stable bone (ISQ ostell between 72 and 78)
  • 12. Prosthetic restorations in place. Upper left and right
  • 13. Prosthetic restorations in place. Upper left and right
  • Clinical indication: horizontal augmentation
  • Products : mp3
  • Authors : Dr. Patrick Palacci
  • Information about patient: Male 56
  • Credits : Documentation provided by Dr. Patrick Palacci
    Brånemark Osseointegration Center Marseille, France
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