Ti-base supported Maryland temporary restoration and Multi-unit restoration

Patient age 74, four frontal teeth with calculus, movement and pockets. The teeth need to be extracted.
As shown in the image above, the patient also has 2 crowns on implants.

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A Maryland bridge fixed to implants with Ti-Bases was made from PMMA prior to the extractions.

Monolith Ti-Base

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The Ti-Base serves as a connector between the implant and the restoration, enabling the highest customizable solutions using CAM\CAD, with best results and highest precision.

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The teeth were extracted, two implants were placed in the place of the extracted teeth.
After the implant placement A Maryland bridge was fixed to the posterior implants.
The bridge was polished and adjusted.

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After six months the Maryland bridge was removed and the healing caps were reviled.

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The healing caps were removed and the height of the gingiva was measured.

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Two Multi-units were placed. They were chosen by the height of the gingiva.

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Scan abutments were placed on top of the multiunit and the implants.

Scan abutment on the implant level vs scan abutment for the Multi-unit level

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Scan abutments were placed on top of the multiunit and the implants.

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The old crowns of the molars were in a good shape, it was chosen to use them instead of making new ones. A new PMMA bridge was made for the anterior implants.

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The old crowns and the new PMMA four unit bridge placed in the mouth.

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The holes of the PMMA bride were closed with Plastic pins.

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The old Maryland bridge after 6 months in the mouth.

DMD Skvirsky Igor

DMD Skvirsky Igor

Head of leading clinic and R&D technical laboratory specialized on implantology and digital prosthodontics in Tel Aviv. Dentist with 30 years experience, in 1995 started working with screw retained restoration. Author of numerous patents and inventions.

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