The first question doctors ask themselves beginning their work with surgical guides – what sleeves should I plan surgical guides under.
The patient came to the clinic after the teeth extraction on the maxilla. In the ImplaStation software it was planned to install six implants for the patient’s subsequent rehabilitation with a bridge prosthesis on multiunits.
A relatively simple case demonstrates the ability to control drilling depth when using surgical guides.
The 4.5 x 10.0 mm implant was planned in a 46 position with a 10.98 mm crest height.
The patient was observed in a connection with resorption of the central incisor root.
He asked for a doctor’s help because of the traumatic fracture of the incisor root.
After the root remnants extraction, a 4.0 x 14 implant was planned to instal with a simultaneous addition of osteoplastic material.
The patient has no teeth 1.4-1.6, 2.4.-2.6. So it was planned the implant installation in positions 2.4, 2.6 and 1.5, 1.6.
A feature of this case is a small height of the crest to the bottom of the sinus in position 2.6.
A relatively simple case demonstrates the possibilities of computer planning for implantation with surgical guides.
The patient complained about the unsatisfactory situation of the adhesive bridge in the 24-tooth position.
The patient came to the clinic with the unsatisfactory situation with the bridge prosthesis on implants. CT scan revealed the disintegration of one of the implants, which was the support of a massive non-removable structure.
Due to long-term use of cement fixation, it was not possible to remove the bridge by traditional methods.