Author: Diego Lops
This video presents the Treatment of an Edentulous Site in first premolar area.
On the basis of patients' preferences and expectations of Dental Implants, a standard loading protocol is chosen and provided.
In this case:
a normal occlusion feature was checked;
a normal bone crest is present, considering both horizontal and vertical dimensions;
A simple horizontal incision, without releasing incisions is performed for a correct access to the native bone;
the drilling phases adhere to the CLC Implant System Protocol;
a correct three-dimensional implant axis is strictly considered;
the interproximal spaces are saved by selecting a correct implant diameter. This procedure is very important to save a complete interproximal papilla volume;
a primary closure of the wound is selected and a submerged closure screw placed into the position.
Frontal view: edentulous single gap in first premolar area.
Lance shaped bur for a precise and stable selection of the drilling phases.
Progression of drilling phases with calibrated burù
Titanium pin indicating the correct implant axis reference
Check of the adequate buccal bone plate and interproximal spaces saving
Closure of the wound with single sututre at the occlusal aspect of the edentulous site
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