Implantation and prosthetics of a patient with extensive tooth decay in the upper jaw
The clinician referred the patient for teeth extraction in the upper jaw.
Most of the teeth under the crowns had extensive tooth decay and were unsuitable for prosthetics.
Our specialists suggested one-stage implant surgery with the extraction of all teeth in the upper jaw applying six implants with immediate provisional loading.
Four months later, screw-retained zirconium crowns reinforced with a titanium base were manufactured. The patient was completely satisfied with the result.