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The first surgery will be a full maxillary horizontal bone augmentation, double nasal sinus elevation
The patient presents with an absence of tooth #24 (12) with loss of bone thickness.
A healthy 55-year-old woman attends the appointment with an almost total absence of maxillary teeth.
The treatment plan starts with the removal of the infected implant and antibiotic therapy. Another
The patient is a healthy, 60 year old, female with no medical history. She attended
The patient is a 46 year old male, non-smoking and generally healthy. His main complaint
The first clinical symptom was a swollen abscess. 6 weeks after the abscess incision, we
The cyst appeared 4 years after successful endodontic and prostetic treatment. The first clinical symptom
This live surgery video includes extractions, immediate implant placement, augmentation and a bilateral sinus lift
The lower left canine is both infected and fractured. Grafting was with autogenous bone and
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