This refers to dental implants in the particularly visible area. Mostly this concerns the front upper teeth. For various reasons, such as accidents, prolonged root canal treatments or non-investments, it is necessary to replace an incisor or canine tooth with an implant.
Rotating a dental implant into the bone is not a great art. The art, however, is to choose the position of the implants carefully for the the positioning of the implants with care. It is necessary to bone and the adjacent soft tissue in such a way that the implant is the implant is surrounded by healthy tissue in the long term.
Case study #1
Missing left upper canine tooth and treatment by bone augmentation and dental implant.
Case study #2
Missing right upper canine tooth and treatment by means of dental implant and bone augmentation.
The planning of these cases is very individual and many factors must be taken into account, especially the anatomical conditions and the demands of the patient.
In some cases, this results in the need for additional bone or soft tissue augmentation.
We always try to avoid such measures, or to make them as minimal as possible.
However, measures that are necessary in the long term should not be avoided for the sake of comfort.
If desired by the patient, we are also happy to work with temporary crowns. These can be reshaped over time to shape the soft tissues particularly well. Once the patient is satisfied with the shape of the temporary implant crown, the final ceramic crown is fabricated.