Live WebinarAn overview of the current diagnostic & therapy according to the Würzburg concept – From prophylaxis up to restoration
01 Oct 2020, 01:00 AM Shanghai
Katrin Bekes MME, Prof. Dr. Norbert Krämer
October 14, 2014
Implant-supported single-tooth crowns in the aesthetic zone are a special challenge, particularly when immediate implantation is planned—if there is insufficient bone volume and a thin biotype. A whole chain of critical factors need to be considered here, including implant positioning hard- and soft tissue management and the natural design of the crown. These days, a number of digital methods are available to simplify the process and make it safer. Depending on the initial situation, that is maximum aesthetic demands, however, many dentists prefer analogue methods, as in the following example.
January 24, 2013
A 59-year-old male patient was looking for a new fixed restoration for his maxilla. His case history showed no general disease. The patient had been fitted with telescopic model casting prostheses in the maxilla and mandible.