An indirect method for provisionalisation
Fig. 1: Initial situation.
Fig. 2: Initial situation.
Fig. 3: Initial situation.
Fig. 4: CBCT of both arches to evaluate bone quality, bone quantity, and anatomical limitations.
Fig. 5: Extension of the cuts beyond the anticipated cantilever length to create adequate strength and thickness of the final prosthesis in unsupported cantilever areas.
Fig. 6: Extension of the cuts beyond the anticipated cantilever length to create adequate strength and thickness of the final prosthesis in unsupported cantilever areas.
Fig. 7: All implants were 4.1 mm in diameter and 14 mm in length except FDI: #12, #11, #21, and #23/ US: #7, #8-9, and #11, which were 12 mm in length.
Fig. 8: Placement of tall protective healing caps.
Fig. 9: Application of bite registration material to confirm there was no contact.
Fig. 10: Insertion of the prostheses.
Fig. 11: Panoramic radiographic confirmation of proper seating.
Fig. 12: GC verification jigs.
Fig. 13: Custom trays to transfer the relationships.
Fig. 14: OVD and centric relations were obtained, and the wax try-ins were confirmed for aesthetics, phonetics, and occlusion prior to the milling of the framework.
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