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How long should a dental implant be?
How long should a dental implant be?
The length of the implant that is considered to be sufficient in everyday practice It is not that easy to define the sufficient length of the implant as there is a lot of empirical (unproven) experience in the field of dental prosthetics. This is when each dentist relies on his own practice and the results…
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Differences between implants. How they differ from each other when it comes to shape
Differences between implants. How they differ from each other when it comes to shape
Varieties of dental implants shapes Unfortunately, there are many shapes and varieties of implants, as well as specifics of connecting them with abutments. Some shapes defy explanation, taking into consideration clinical indications or common sense. This is due to the desire of manufacturers to stand out and present their product as unique and innovative. In…
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What to do if the screw in the implant breaks
What to do if the screw in the implant breaks
How often does the screw break? A complex bashing of the abutment screw when part of the screw remains in the implant shaft, although complex is quite rare. There are statistics about it that were announced at the ITI conciliation conference in 2004. A huge amount of work has been done to study all types…
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Soft tissue implant integration (part 1)
Soft tissue implant integration (part 1)
  Why soft-tissue integration is no less important than osteointegration   Let’s figure out why the stability and immobility of soft tissue around the implant are no less important than the stable fit of the implant in the alveolar crest. Before we go further, we will define what soft-tissue integration is. These are biological processes…
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Risk Factors and Contraindications for Dental Implantation
Risk Factors and Contraindications for Dental Implantation
Why It Is So Important to Take a Patient’s History before the Surgery Let’s start with the recommended literature, authored by Dr. Patton. This is a manual for assessing risks in patients’ conditions. We recommend that you have this book. Its format is not important. What is important, however, is that you always have it…
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Why gaps appear between teeth and implants
Why gaps appear between teeth and implants
  The gap between tooth and implant restoration – when and how often it happens Let’s analyze the clinical case from the above photos. When the implant was installed in 2013, the X-ray looked like this, see the left photo below. The patient was satisfied, but almost did not come to check-ups. Four years later,…
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Short Implants: for Whom, Why, and When
Short Implants: for Whom, Why, and When
What Implant Dimensions Are Considered to be short Over time, the definition of a short implant has changed. In the early ‘90s, short implants were considered to be those shorter than 10mm, then shorter than mm. Today, after the ITI Consensus Conference 2018 in Amsterdam, implants with a length of 6mm or less are considered…
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Implant Diameter: How to Choose the Best One
Implant Diameter: How to Choose the Best One
How Thick the Bone around the Implant Should Be Obviously, for the implant to be securely fitted, it needs to be surrounded by a sufficient thickness of bone. What bone thickness should be considered to be sufficient? Not long ago, treatment guidelines and textbooks considered sufficient thickness of the bone to be 1-1.5 mm on…
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The right way to choose a dental implant system
The right way to choose a dental implant system
Why should you stick to conservatism when choosing implants? The question may arise: why are the properties and characteristics of the dental implant system a secondary issue? The point is that it is very difficult to enter the business of selling systems for dental implantation. All the systems that are officially sold are of high…
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Temporary crown procedure. Benefits of the screw-retained restoration. A temporary restoration.
Temporary crown procedure. Benefits of the screw-retained restoration. A temporary restoration.
Ultra Complicated Lower Jaw Scan. Checkup dental implantation plan treatment. Digital dentistry
Ultra Complicated Lower Jaw Scan. Checkup dental implantation plan treatment. Digital dentistry
Dental implant surgery | The stress or pressure placed on the dental implants
Dental implant surgery | The stress or pressure placed on the dental implants
Root chanel treatment. The new era of CADCAM, the intraoral scanners, and the milling machines
Root chanel treatment. The new era of CADCAM, the intraoral scanners, and the milling machines
The fastest solutions in dental implantation. New technologies in the dental industry. Healing &time
The fastest solutions in dental implantation. New technologies in the dental industry. Healing &time
A case where we have a full jaw restoration. We have a cross arch bridge on the lower jaw
A case where we have a full jaw restoration. We have a cross arch bridge on the lower jaw
Screw retained restoration on 2 proximal implants. The scan abutments we used & all the multi units
Screw retained restoration on 2 proximal implants. The scan abutments we used & all the multi units
Using a cantilever when it is impossible to add another dental implant
Using a cantilever when it is impossible to add another dental implant
An implantation of three implants when NOT ENOUGH SPACE for dental restoration
An implantation of three implants when NOT ENOUGH SPACE for dental restoration
How to avoid the use of a removable denture and reduce the load in the healing process on multi unit
How to avoid the use of a removable denture and reduce the load in the healing process on multi unit
Complete restoration process on lower jaw FROM A to Z. MULTI UNIT TECHNOLOGY & digital impression
Complete restoration process on lower jaw FROM A to Z. MULTI UNIT TECHNOLOGY & digital impression
Why need to move from cemented to screw retained restoration on multi units
Why need to move from cemented to screw retained restoration on multi units

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