Fig 1 - Baseline photograph when patient presented herself in the clinic,all front teeth decayed and damaged
Fig 2 - Decayed and damaged teeth removed side by side and implants placed
Fig 3 - sutures given and instructions given to follow after 1 week
Fig 4 - Healing abutments removed after 4 months and impression taken for fabrication of screw retained anterior bridge
Fig 5 - Anterior screw retained bridge applied and occlusion checked with lower teeth
Fig 6 - Final prosthetic anterior bridge was plan to hide all the implants hole palatly so that it is not visible from the front side
Fig 7 - Finally a happy and healthy smile provideed to the patient.
A 65 yr old lady was referred to us by her relative, she came all the way from Muscat, Oman. Her problem was that she was not at all comfortable with her removable dentures. She wanted a permanent solution.
At Smritiraj Dentistry, Dr Raj Tiwary did a full mouth fixed implant rehabilitation. It took her 3-4 days to gain her natural smile
One early morning our clinic received a call from a patient lady about her broken RCT treated tooth. It was her front tooth. And, She had a family function to attend, very next day. The condition was bad, she could barely open her mouth. As it was her front tooth, that had broken she was jittery and very worried about her smile and overall look
Step : CBCT was taken in our centre. CBCT reports shows only root piece left inside the tooth socket. So, prescribed plan is to remove the left out root piece followed by implant placement & immediate capping.
Step 1 : X-ray taken.
Step 2 : Root piece removed under LA without pain.
Step 3 : Implant measurement compared with root piece.
Step 4 : Implant placement was done in the same socket.
Step 5 : White stock abutment placed over implant.
Step 6 : Final carving & build up done.
Eventually she got her smile back in only 2 hours. She was very happy. Now she could smile confidently and happily attend any public gathering... Some more multiple Dental Implant Cases are as below
Total teeth loss is a common phenomenon in patients with poor bone integrity. The reasons leading to this can be various, old age being the most common. One such patient came to us for help who had lost majority of his teeth. After through examination and discussions with experts we suggested the use of implant supported dentures. The two main reasons were
1. In this case there was no scope for conventional dentures as the preliminary support system of adjacent teeth was not available.
2. Individual implants in place of the missing teeth were not cost-effective for the patient.
For implant supported dentures we follow the same surgical process as individual implants, but instead of a single crown, an entire denture is placed on the implant. This was done to make the prosthesis more stable, easily detachable (the patient himself could do it), and provide good support. Implant supported denture is the best solution for anyone who is suffering from total teeth loss.
This patient visited us with an acute toothache and our diagnosis revealed that two of his molars in the upper left region were severely infected. Tooth infection generally occurs due to cavity and tooth decay. To save this patient’s adjoining teeth, the underlying jaw bone, and the surrounding gum, we had to remove both the molars.
However, owing to the absence of molars, the patient was naturally having a problem in chewing as these types of teeth help us to grind our food just before swallowing. 5 months later, from the date of the removal, we placed two Mirell implants (a brand we recommend) in place of the missing teeth. The patient will now take 5-6 months more to heal post osteointegration after which we will place the crown on them. He soon will have his molar functions resumed and his oral structure will be back to normal.