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Tag: Implant removal

How to remove a fractured implant?

Quieres leer este artículo en Español? Pincha aquí! Nowadays a tremendous number of implants are being placed, unfortunately some of these implants might be receiving forces for which they are not prepared to. Among many reasons, two of the most important ones are a bad choice of implant diameter or a disadapted or “not enough”…
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Lower overdenture: explantation and implantation

The following 68-year-old male patient was referred to us for assessment. His medical history presented controlled arterial hypertension; four years ago, he was fitted with 4 dental implants in the mandible, since which time the patient has experienced irritation and, recently, pain. We requested a mandibular CT scan, where we observed massive bone loss around…
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Explantation and implantation with sinus lift

The following 37-year-old patient with no relevant medical history was referred to us, having had two plants placed in positions 14 and 16 two years ago. Due to a lack of bone, the implant in position 16 was lost, leaving minimal remaining bone. As you can see, the implant in position 14 was placed at…
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