Case study 3
This was a patient who visited our clinic on a referral from his dentist because he had broken a central upper incisor. In this case, the tooth was removed and, in the same procedure, an implant was fitted and has had connective tissue from the palate grafted on to preserve volume and a provisional crown was made (immediate loading). Once the implant had been fitted and the soft tissue had set, the permanent crown was made.
Case study 4
Our patient came to us with severe periodontitis. He had periodontal treatment and later, a brief course of orthodontic treatment to close gaps created by the movement of teeth. Following the treatment, the patient had regular maintenance done every 6 months and all of his teeth are in perfect condition.
Case study 5
The patient came to us on a referral from his dentist with a broken central upper right incisor. In this case the tooth was removed, a connective tissue graft performed and the alveolar is preserved to preserve volume. Later, a level Straumann bone implant was fitted and following the integration of the implant and setting of the soft tissue, the permanent crown was made.
Case study 6
A patient, 45 years of age, who presented to us with advanced periodontal disease. The condition had resulted in the patient losing almost all of their upper jawbone. Once the lost teeth were removed, six Nobel Biocare implants were fitted. The bone was then reconstructed using biomaterials, in order to provide support for the receding facial tissue and to achieve sufficient bone structure in order to be able to fit a permanent prosthesis on the implants four months after the procedure.