FULL MOUTH RESTORATION WITH OSSEOUS IMPLANTS

Authors:

ANA OROZCO VARO
Doctor of Dental Medicine, University of Seville, Seville, Spain

MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ GARCELÁN
Degree in Dental Medicine, Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio, Madrid, Spain.

LABODENT GALLARDO
Huelva. España

FULL MOUTH RESTORATION WITH OSSEOUS IMPLANTS
This case study involves a 40-year old patient with advanced chronic adult periodontitis resulting in total tooth loss. An assessment revealed the need for a maxillary and mandibular crown and alveolar ridge restoration without the need for a soft tissue extension and therefore two hybrid resin-bonded metal prostheses were selected for this patient. A 3D scan was performed using a radiographic template made from a duplicate of the temporary prosthesis. A total of 6 Osseous implants were placed in the maxilla with 5 placed in the mandible. After the osseointegration period, the prosthetic protocol included splinted impressions, semi-adjustablearticulator, mock-up of teeth andcobalt-chrome metalprosthesis and final placement of the prosthesis.

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