Immediate implant placement
Figure 1: Extra oral view of the right lateral incisor showing a traumatic occlusion.
Figure 2: A periapical radiograph showing a horizontal fracture of the root and a limited radiolucency in the apical area.
Figure 3: Implant placed more palatal and extended apically into periapical bone.
Figure 4: Implant stability quotient of 75, indicating a possible immediate loading option.
Firgure 5: Xenograft placed in the buccal hiatus in order to preventing empty spaces and enhancing osseointegration.
Figure 6: Periapical radiograph after implant placement with temporary crown.
Figure 7: Acrylic temporary crown in place.
Figure 8: Clinical photograph showing permanent prosthesis in function.
Figure 9: Clinical photograph at the initial visit, the upper left lateral incisor shows discoloration.
Figure 10: Radiograph showing the resorbed root of the upper left lateral incisor with a limited radiolucency.
Figure 11: Occlusal view after extraction of the resorbed tooth, showing gap between the buccal plate and the implant.
Figure 12: Periapical radiograph after immediate loading of implant by placement of temporary crown, showing a good adaptation and closed margins.
Figure 13: Selection of the abutment was done after evaluating the bony level and gingival thickness
Figure 14: Periapical radiograph taken at the final examination.
Figure 15: The final crown was delivered after the temporary prosthesis was in function for four months.
Figure 16: Clinical photograph showing permanent prosthesis in function after four months of temporary provisional crown.
Figure 17: Four years follow up showing satisfying esthetic results.
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September 24, 2016
BOC 2016 in Brighton
The annual conference of the British Orthodontic Society is the premier event for everything orthodontics in the UK.