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A Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Four Major Visits

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Modern technology can dramatically cut the time and number of visits for a complex implant case while greatly improving the precision of the final result. The great advantage of the processes shown in this presentation is that the clinician retains full control of precision implant placement, emergence profile development and the construction and aesthetics of the final rehabilitation.

Date Added:
11/25/2015

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Peter Hunt, BDS, MSc, LDRCS Eng Peter Hunt, BDS, MSc, LDRCS Eng
Dr Peter Hunt is a fourth generation dentist trained originally in Great Britain. After residencies in Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, he switched disciplines and rece...
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Questions & Comments
Harry Sartelle - (12/9/2015 8:34 PM)

Wow! case was great. Planning the case super. One word for use of mini implants: brilliant. Is there a reason that you did not underdrill posterior maxilla implants even more since bone is usually pretty poor density? thanks

Marc Czapla - (12/6/2015 9:26 PM)

Thanks for the well planned and recorded case presentation. There are many facets that you have touched on and made me aware of for my future cases along with the cad/cam planning.

gary rempert - (11/25/2015 6:00 PM)

Truly enjoyed your presentation. Very nice restoration. Is your provisional acrylic restoration one piece (cross-arch stabilization)? When you place a 4.3mm implant in a 3.8mm site, is there concern of osseous integrity or alveolar bone defect as a result of bone splitting? Thank you!

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