Dr. Luis Cuadrado1 et al, I2 Implantology Clinic Manager Pedro Pablo Rodriguez1 , Implantecnic Prosthetic laboratory Technician
Patient with advanced periodontal disease and unfavorable diagnosis for teeth 33, 32, 31, 41, 42, 43.
Post-extraction surgery of teeth 33, 32, 31, 41, 42, 43. Placement of Phibo TSH 13 mm Series 4 implants following the protocol for standard surgical procedures.
Phase 1:Temporary restoration
Digital impression using 3Shape Trios Sinergia with Phibo Library. Immediate loading of TSH implants for instant aesthetics in positions 33, 32, 31, 41, 42, 43, using screw-retained Cronia restoration by Phibo (PMMA elaborated with CAD-CAM technology). This temporary implant treatment was published in Gaceta Dental 249, July 2013, 218-230.
Fig. 1 Intraoperative image of the initial situation.
Fig. 2 Appearance of the gum 72 hours after post-extraction surgery at the moment of placeing the temporary prosthesis.
Fig. 3 Occlusal view of the temporary Cronia restoration by Phibo using Sinergia (published in Gaceta Dental 249, July 2013, 218-230).
Fig. 4 Cronia Bridge on a Sinergia model by Phibo.
Fig. 5 Final view of the occlusion of Cronia® prosthesis by Phibo® using Sinergia.
Phase 2: Final restoration
Once the soft tissue had been shaped, an Adho by Phibo (Co- Cr manufactured using CAD-CAM technology) restoration was placed on TSH implants by taking a digital impression using Sinergia.
Fig. 6 Occlusal view of the emergency profiles after shaping the soft tissue with Cronia temporary implant bridge a by Phibo.
Fig. 7 Preparatory scan performed with 3Shape Trios intraoral scanner.
Fig. 8 Scan of the antagonist performed with the 3Shape TRIOS intraoral scanner, using Phibo Library
Fig. 9 Occlusal view of Adhoc by Phibo using Sinergia.