Reconstructive and Implant Dental Center - Kansas City                                                                                            dental-implants@dr-amet.com          Phone: 913-492-2233          Fax: 913-492-2234                 Office Information Video              

 ADVANCING THE ART AND SCIENCE OF DENTISTRY

                                   

 

First Molar Extraction WITH immediate implant placement

requiring BONE grafting and PTFE membrane with Prp

 

Dental implants can be placed in fresh sockets immediately after tooth extraction. These are called "immediate" implants. "Immediate-delayed'" implants are those implants inserted after one or more weeks, up to a month or more, to allow for soft tissue healing. "Delayed" implants are those placed thereafter in partially or completely healed bone. The advantage of immediate placed implants is the shortened treatment time.  Bone height will be maintained thus improving implant bone support and aesthetic results. The extraction socket can have an implant placed immediately after a CHRONICALLY infected tooth is removed, but needs to have the replacing implant anchored into bone and the site grafted at the same time with a PTFE membrane that excludes soft tissue, allowing the bone grafted socket site to heal normally with the newly placed implant.

 

Chronic Abscess    Abcess

Chronic Abscess 

 

 

Immediate Extraction Site            Start of Implant Placement

Immediate Extraction Site                                 Start of Implant Placement 

 

 

Implant Site Development    CCD Radiograph at Time of Implant Placement

Implant Site Development and Evaluation with Rapid CCD Radiograph at Time of Implant Placement

 

 

Centered Ideally Placed Immediate Implant    Radiograph of Centered Implant

Centered and Ideally Placed Immediate Implant with Cover Screw

 

 

PTFE Membrance Covering Graft  

PTFE Membrane Covering Graft 

 

 

  PTFE Membrane and Sutures Covering Graft     PTFE Membrane and Sutures Covering Graft 

PTFE Membrane and Sutures Covering Graft 

 

 

   After Membrane Removal

Membrane Removed at Six Weeks 

 

 

3-Months Post-Op with Regeneration of Hard & Soft Tissue   

3 Months Post-Op with Regeneration of Hard & Soft Tissue

 

 

Final Impression     Radiographic Check of Implant

Final Impression with Combined "Open" & "Closed" Tray Technique

 

 

After Healing Abutment Placed 

Healing Abutment

 

 

Master Cast

Master Cast

 

 

Custom Abutment on Master Cast     Abutment Placed Intraorally

Custom Abutment on Master Cast and Inserted

 

 

Radiograph of Custom Abutment and Bone Regeneration 

Radiograph of Custom Abutment and Bone Regeneration

 

 

Provisional Crown Placed     Provisional Loaded     

Provisional Crown for Provisional Loading of Implant

 

 

Final Crown     Final

Final Crown on Master Cast and Insertion with Composite in Screw Access Hole

 

 

Final Crown with Composite in Screw Hole 

Final Crown Six Month Post-Op with Composite in Screw Access Hole

 

 

Six Year Follow-Up with Soft Tissue Esthetics

 

 

SixYear Follow-Up

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