#Case 39

Today's case involves a patient who had implants placed around 20 years ago after a window approach, but the implants had to be removed due to peri-implantitis. This is a photo from before the upper right implant was placed in 2003. At that time, there was no CT scan available, and due to limited remaining bone volume, bone grafting was performed before implant placement. This year, the patient is a 65-year-old woman. This is a photo of the patient undergoing a Windows app procedure. Bio-Oss was used for bone grafting in this case. This is a photo taken after the surgery. Approximately 5 months later, the implant was placed, and the prosthesis was completed. In 2007 In 2008 In 2009 It's 2009 too. In 2011 In 2012 In 2014 In 2015 In 2017 In 2019 In 2020 And on February 3, 2022, after a long absence, the patient visited with discomfort in the area of tooth 17 and symptoms of maxillary sinusitis as shown. Based on the CT findings, there appears to be thickening of the right maxilla

#Case 38

This year, I am a 64-year-old male patient. In 2008, I had implants placed and received a bar over denture in a similar manner. In 2019, during my visit, signs of peri-implantitis were observed in the lower jaw as follows. This is a photo I uploaded earlier, and in this way, I used a smart brush for thorough cleansing, detoxified with TC, and then transplanted homologous bone. This is a photo from February 2020. This is a photo from September 2020. Particularly, patient cleansing education was conducted.   This is a photo from December 12, 2022. Q1. Was the bone defect only at the root cause? A. Fortunately, there was a 3.4 wall defect around the implant for the bone defect Q2. Did you use only homologous bone without a membrane?   A2. I didn't use resorbable membrane

#Case 37

The patient is a 44-year-old female with mobility of both central incisors, indicating the need for implants. Implants were placed in both central incisor areas due to thin bone in the lateral incisor region on both sides.  A total of four implants were placed to support the planned prosthetic restoration. Here is the immediate implant placement in the areas of tooth #11 Here is the immediate implant placement in the areas of tooth #21 I paid special attention to the path, considering the anticipation of a screw-type restoration in the future. I performed bone grafting in the gap area. I performed contouring augmentation in both lateral incisor areas. Here is the photo immediately after the surgery. Here is the photo after the final restoration. Before. After