Surgery of 4 upper incisors with CeraRoot zirconia implants.

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INITIAL SITUATION
2-no-ceraroot INITIAL SITUATION, RE-INFECTION OF THE ROOT CANALS, THE PATIENT HAS HAD PAIN FOR MANY YEARS PROBABLY DUE TO A FRACTURE OF THE ROOT OR CHRONIC INFECTIONS. THE METAL OF THE BRIDGE AND THE DARK ROOTS MAKE THE GUMS LOOK DARK AND NOT HEALTHY.

 

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DAY OF SURGERY

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1 DAY AFTER THE SURGERY, WITH A TEMPORARY ESSIX APPLIANCE.

4-3months-healing6-day-of-cementing DAY OF CEMENTING THE DEFINITIVE ZIRCONIA BRIDGE WITH NO METAL 7-day-of-cementing-comparison 8-xray-day-of-cementing 9-temporary-bridge

THE PATIENT WEARS THIS TEMPORARY BRIDGE UNTIL THE GUMS ARE STABLE AND MATURE

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4.5 YEARS AFTER THE SURGERY, IT CAN BE SEEN THE STABILITY OF THE SOFT TISSUES AND THE STRENGTH OF CERAROOT IMPLANTS

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2 thoughts on “Surgery of 4 upper incisors with CeraRoot zirconia implants.

  1. Hi,

    Look very promising .
    Just one question . The final picture lok very good and similar with natural teeth ,but after period because of missing teeth will not cause bone absorption and will leed to gingival retraction and expose bridge roots?

    1. Hello George,

      Everytime you extract teeth, there will be some kind of resorption, but if you add bone graft and gum graft, you can maintain the health in the area many more years.

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