Patient 3
 
In this clinical situation, before the surgery there were periodontitis (inflammation of the tissues surrounding the root of the tooth) teeth on the upper and lower jaw that were to be removed. There was also a bone deficiency in the upper and lower jaw. In order to install implants according to the classical technique, it is necessary to conduct many operations to restore bone tissue in the upper and lower jaw. We agreed on surgery without additional intervention as soon as possible. With immediate implant placement and immediate loading. On the lower jaw implants are installed around the mandibular canal. And on the upper jaw implants are installed to bypass the sinus of the maxillary sinus of the upper jaw in the tubercle of the upper jaw. The patient received a quick rehabilitation without complications. Temporary crowns received three days after surgery. Permanent crowns from the biologically inert material PEEK after four months.
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photo before surgery
 
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OPG before surgery
 
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photo one day after surgery
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photo one year after surgery
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CT one year after surgery
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OPG one year after surgery