KURSER, FORELESNINGER & ”HANDS-ON” – INNEN KIRURGI Vi på Unident arrangerer kurser og foreles- ninger innen kirurgi med interessante emner, samt foredragsholdere med bred kunnskap og lang erfarenhet. Les mer om våre kurser på unident.no LER MER OM VÅRE KIRURGI- PRODUKTER PÅ UNIDENT.NO Indication Sheet PIR3 Se videoklipp om våre kirurgiske produkter og last ned kliniske kasus som pdf. Fig. 19 The Peri-implan t Augmen occlusal view clearly free primary shows in the soft closure with no evidence the tension- tissues. As of ischaemia is used in the region of the customary, 5-0 sutures ridge. are Fig. 22 The peri-apical X-ray shows mally integrated the implant in the bone. nor- Fig. 25 Clinical tissue condition findings after completio n of the ing with peri-impla nt soft tissues the temporary crown. soft- progress. now exhibit The good aesthetic Fig. 28 Clinical findings at aesthetic the 4-year result is stable. follow-up. is evident The Only a small in difference the 29-year-o the incisal edge, which ld patient suggests that growth in the alveolar is still exhibiting residual process. Fig. 31 The oro-facial pletely intact DVT section shows facial wall in thickness approximately a com- . This is the 2 mm augmenta result of a tion using GBR contour autogeno Geistlich Bio-Oss ® , covered by us bone chips and membrane a Geistlich and primary Bio-Gide ® soft-tissue closure. Fig. 20 The clinical findings implantation one week operation and the temporary show normal following the partial prosthesis wound healing in situ. Fig. 23 Status been punched following exposure: the mucosa and a longer introduced. titanium healing has cap Fig. 26 Clinical the definitive findings at the 1-year follow-up metal ceramic aesthetic treatment after crown was placed. The result is excellent. Fig. 29 X-ray findings at peri-impla the 4-year nt bony conditions follow-up. The are absolutely stable. 1 Fig. 24 One week later, well around the soft tissues the have healed now commenc titanium cap. The prosthetic tioned using es and the soft phase tissues are the temporary condi- crown. Early impl antation with augmenta simultane tion and Prof. Urs using the techniqu ous GBR for contour e by Prof. Belser, Univ Dani ersit el Buse y of Berne, > Implantation Switzerland r 4 > Implantation to 8 weeks following extraction with simult aneous contou result r augmentation for a stable long-term Fig. 27 X-ray The dental findings 1 year following X-ray shows grated in the the implant implantation. bone. optimally inte- Fig. 30 The clinical findings exhibit an at the 7-year aesthetica follow-up lly with intact papillae and attractive long-term tissue recession result no indication at all of soft- . The convex the region soft-tissue of contour in edge has not the implant crown is noted. The increased incisal further. References Araujo MG, Sukekava F, Wennstrom Periodontol JL, Lindhe 32:645-52. J (2005). Ridge Araujo MG, alterations Sukekava F, following Wennstrom Buser D, von JL, Lindhe Arx T (2000). J (2006). Tissue Surgical procedur modeling following Buser D, Martin es in partially W, Belser UC Implants 19 edentulous (2004). Optimizin Suppl:43-61. patients with g esthetics Buser D, Bornstei for implant restorations n MM, Weber Single-Tooth HP, Grutter Extraction L, Schmid 6 in the Esthetic Buser D, Chen Zone: A Cross-Sec B, Belser UC (2008a). ST, Weber Ear HP, Belser tional, Retrospe Int J Periodon UC (2008b). tics Restorati ctive Study Early implant 7 ve Dent 28:441-51 Buser D, Hart placement . C, Bornstein following sing zone: 12-month M, Grütter L, Chappuis results of a 8 V, Belser UC prospective Buser D, Wittnebe (2009). Early study with 20 consecut implant p in the Esthetic n J, Bornstein M, Grütter ive patients. Zone. 3-Year L, Chappuis J Periodon 9 V, Belser UC Results of t Buser D, Chappuis a Prospect ive Study with (2011). Stability of Early V, Bornstein Extraction C M, Wittnebe Early Implant in the Esthetic Placement 10 Zone: A prospect n J, Frei M, Belser UC Chen ST, Darby (2013). Long-term ive, cross-sec IB, Adams 11 tional Study Stabili GG, Reynolds Chen ST, Buser in 41 Patients EC (2005). with a A prospecti sites. Treatmen D (2008). Implant placemen ve clinical study of bone t options. t in post-extr 12 ITI Treatmen aug action sites: Dawson A, t Guide, Vol. Chen S (eds) A literature 3, Quintess 13 update. (2009) The ence Publ. Evans CJD, SAC Classifica Chen ST (2008). tion in Implant 14 Esthetic outcome Fickl S, Zuhr Dentistry. Quintessence s of immediat O, J Clin Periodon Wachtel H, Bolz W, e implant placemen Hürzeler M tol 35:356-63 ts. Clin Oral (2008). Tissue 15 . Hämmerle alterations CH, Chen after tooth ST, Wilson Int J Oral Maxillofa extrac TG, Jr. (2004). c Implants Consensus 16 19 Suppl1:26 Kan JYK, Rungchar statements -28. and recomme assaeng K, guided bone nded clin Sclar A, Lozada regeneration: JL (2007). 17 1-year results. Martin WC, J Oral Maxillofa Effects of the facial Morton D, osseous defect Buser D (2006). c Surg 65:13-19. Tooth Replacem m Diagnostic ents. ITI Treatmen 18 factors for Martin WC, t Guide, Vol. esthetic risk Morton D, 1, Quintess assessment. Buser D (2006). replacements. ence Publ., In: Buse Pp. 11-20. Diagnostic D Buser, U 19 factors for Belser and Wood DL, esthetic risk D Wismeije Hoag PM, r editors. Berlin: assessment. Donnenfeld In: ITI T Quintessence OW, Rosenfeld Publishing LD (1972). Co, L Alveolar crest reduction following ful 2 3 4 5 1. Indication Suppliers Proﬁle Region Bone Situatio n Soft Tissue Situation Bone Augme ntation Indicate d Implantation Fig. 32 The completely horizontal DVT section intact facial shows 3-dimensionally bone structures the slightly palatal correctly placed in a implant. position of important The the implant : this allows here the bony regenerat adequate space facially is ion. for tation Fig. 21 Clinical merged healing findings after 8 weeks. The and the implant phase of the implant sub- porary restoratio can now be uncovered is complete for the tem- n. Fig. 33 The aesthetic treatment as seen in result is excellent the clinical smile line. image with a distinct high n Aesthet ic region n No bony defect present n Primary wound closure quite feasible n Yes, immedi ately n Yes, on implantation n No n Yes, 4 – 8 weeks followin g the extracti on n Non-ae sthetic region n Crater-s haped defect in the facial n Primary bony wall wound closure difficult n No > Implant : Straumann Standard Plus, > Suture materia Tissue Level l: Polypropylene, SLA; Institut > Medicat e Strauma monofilament, ion: Antibio nn, Basle, 5-0; Hu Friedy, S tic prophyl Concurrent axis 2 hours Rotterdam, rinsing with before the Holland chlorhexidine > Biologic al materials: digluconate surgical procedure. Up to 3 da (0.1%) 3x daily. Geistlich Bio-Oss ® 0.5 g (0.25 mm–1 mm), Geistlich Bio-Gid e ® Contact > Prof. Daniel Buser, Oral Surgery and Telephone: +41 (0)31 632 Stomatology 25 55, Fax: Clinic, Univers +41 (0)31 632 98 84, e-mail: ity of Berne, Freiburg daniel.buser@zm k.unib Further Indic ation Shee ts > For free copies, please > If you would go to: www.ge like to stop istlich.com/ind receiving Indicati icationsheets. on Sheets, please advise your local 5 1 6 SIDE | 47 8 Bestill i vår webshop shop.unident.no ( Bestill av vår kundetjeneste Tlf: 33 03 57 70 distributor.