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Simultaneous sinus-augmentation with SLA system, advantage of NBT IS ll active CMI design and SCRP

Situation


Patient Information

Patient: 57 years old female

Medical status: healthy

Dental history: - total tooth-loss in the upper jaw due to several reasons.

         - chronic Periodontitis history - treated and well controlled in a lower jaw.

Chief complaint: "I cannot eat with my partial dentures."


Diagnosis - Severe atrophy of the upper jaw - Bone loss in the sinus areas - Extremely thin bone in the sinus regions


Treatment planning - Implantation with IS ll active implants - Simultaneous one stage sinus graft with the SLA Kit and MP3 heterologous collagenated bone materials - One-piece SCRP full zirconia bridge on SCRP abutments.


 









Steps for augmentation.



After the surgery.



Before the second step surgery.



6 months later.



One-piece SCRP full zirconia bridge using SCRP abutments.



6 months later. One-piece SCRP full zirconia bridge.



Frontal smile view.



Radiograph 1.5 years after the surgery shows no sign of bone resorption around the implants.


 

Conclusion

This case presents implants supported one-piece SCRP full zirconia bridge with the SCRP abutments. *The 1.5 years outcome showing no sign of bone resorption around the implants is added.

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