XLarge upper Central Incisors and XLarge upper Canines and small molars
10 mm / 12 mm / 14 mm
ZrO2 – zirconium oxide – zirconia – (Y-TZP)
The diameter of the implant is 4.8 mm in the apical area and 6 mm in the most coronal threaded part. The transgingival part is 6.5 mm wide.
MAXIMUM TORQUE = 50N
This is a ONE-PIECE implant (monoblock). The space between the occlusal part of the abutment and the antagonist should be around 1.5 mm. The abutment is designed to avoid grinding once the implant is inserted into the socket. It has an abutment ready to restore. The gum heals around the uncovered abutment during the 3-4 months after surgery.
This is a clinical case performed by Dr. Veselin Shumantov (Manhattan, NY)
Case 1: Extraction of hopeless right central incisor and placement of implant on the same day. Surgery performed by Dr. Ali Farahani (Ontario, Canada) The patient is wearing an essix retainer as a temporary tooth to avoid creating any loading on the implant during the first 3 months.
Case 2: Extraction of hopeless right central incisor and placement of implant on the same day. Surgery performed by Dr. Ali Farahani (Ontario, Canada)
Case 3: Extraction of primary canines and permanent canines that erupted on the palatal side. Implants were placed on the same day of extraction of all the 4 canines (2 primary + 2 permanent). Patient refused to have orthodontics and chose the option of having CeraRoot implants instead. Surgery performed by Dr. Ali Farahani (Ontario, Canada)
Case 4: Extraction of canine and placement of CeraRoot 11 on the same day. The images show day of cementation of crown and 4 years follow-up.
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