Clinical cases

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An 50 years old female patient came to the dental office asking for the rehabilitation of the left upper jaw. The patient had an excellent amount of vertical and horizontal bone but lack of vertical dimension available for the prosthesis. In order to solve the vertical space problem, the surgeon decided to make a flapless insertion of two JDIcon® implants which are characterized by a conical internal connection (this allows to place the implant slightly below the bone crest) and a screw-retained prosthetic restoration.
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An 71-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mouth because of tooth mobility in the upper arch and missing teeth in the lower arch’. The treatment plan was to extract the remaining teeth and provide a fixed rehabilitation supported by axial and tilted implants.
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An 75-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mounth because of tooth abrasion in the lower arch and bad aesthetic in the upper arch’. The treatment plan was to make a tooth and implant supported restoration in the maxilla and a tooth supported prosthesis in mandible. Four JDEvolution® implants were placed in maxilla to support screw retained restorations in the posterior areas and ceramic veneers were provided for frontal teeth. Metal ceramic tooth supported prostheses were delivered in mandible and ceramic veneers were bonded on the anterior teeth. By Nicola De Robertis, DDS, Bologna (Italy)
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The patient presented a big mandibular advancement and a severe midline’s deviation. The patient presented several teeth missing and an advanced periodontal desease.The treatment plan was to remove all the remaining teeth and to place four JDEvolution® implants in the maxilla and five implants in the mandible. Edge to edge bite occlusion was obtained with a good stability in the posterior areas. Patient recovered her aesthetics and, partially, her facial simmetry. She is now able to talk and eat in a proper way. By Manuel Monterde, DDS, Valencia (Spain)
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Because of lack of occlusal space, due to the passive eruption of the opponent teeth, a decision was taken to use two single screw-retained crowns, either for temporary or definitive works. In order to gain more occlusal space and to achieve a good estethical and functional result, a fundamental role was played by the gingival conditioning created by the temporary restoration, which led to a natural gingival profile and to the creation of a fake papilla between the two crowns.
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An 50 years old female patient came to the dental office asking for the rehabilitation of the left upper jaw. The patient had an excellent amount of vertical and horizontal bone but lack of vertical dimension available for the prosthesis. In order to solve the vertical space problem, the surgeon decided to make a flapless insertion of two JDIcon® implants which are characterized by a conical internal connection (this allows to place the implant slightly below the bone crest) and a screw-retained prosthetic restoration.
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An 71-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mouth because of tooth mobility in the upper arch and missing teeth in the lower arch’. The treatment plan was to extract the remaining teeth and provide a fixed rehabilitation supported by axial and tilted implants.
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An 75-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mounth because of tooth abrasion in the lower arch and bad aesthetic in the upper arch’. The treatment plan was to make a tooth and implant supported restoration in the maxilla and a tooth supported prosthesis in mandible. Four JDEvolution® implants were placed in maxilla to support screw retained restorations in the posterior areas and ceramic veneers were provided for frontal teeth. Metal ceramic tooth supported prostheses were delivered in mandible and ceramic veneers were bonded on the anterior teeth. By Nicola De Robertis, DDS, Bologna (Italy)
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The patient presented a big mandibular advancement and a severe midline’s deviation. The patient presented several teeth missing and an advanced periodontal desease.The treatment plan was to remove all the remaining teeth and to place four JDEvolution® implants in the maxilla and five implants in the mandible. Edge to edge bite occlusion was obtained with a good stability in the posterior areas. Patient recovered her aesthetics and, partially, her facial simmetry. She is now able to talk and eat in a proper way. By Manuel Monterde, DDS, Valencia (Spain)
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Because of lack of occlusal space, due to the passive eruption of the opponent teeth, a decision was taken to use two single screw-retained crowns, either for temporary or definitive works. In order to gain more occlusal space and to achieve a good estethical and functional result, a fundamental role was played by the gingival conditioning created by the temporary restoration, which led to a natural gingival profile and to the creation of a fake papilla between the two crowns.
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An 50 years old female patient came to the dental office asking for the rehabilitation of the left upper jaw. The patient had an excellent amount of vertical and horizontal bone but lack of vertical dimension available for the prosthesis. In order to solve the vertical space problem, the surgeon decided to make a flapless insertion of two JDIcon® implants which are characterized by a conical internal connection (this allows to place the implant slightly below the bone crest) and a screw-retained prosthetic restoration.
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An 71-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mouth because of tooth mobility in the upper arch and missing teeth in the lower arch’. The treatment plan was to extract the remaining teeth and provide a fixed rehabilitation supported by axial and tilted implants.
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An 75-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mounth because of tooth abrasion in the lower arch and bad aesthetic in the upper arch’. The treatment plan was to make a tooth and implant supported restoration in the maxilla and a tooth supported prosthesis in mandible. Four JDEvolution® implants were placed in maxilla to support screw retained restorations in the posterior areas and ceramic veneers were provided for frontal teeth. Metal ceramic tooth supported prostheses were delivered in mandible and ceramic veneers were bonded on the anterior teeth. By Nicola De Robertis, DDS, Bologna (Italy)
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The patient presented a big mandibular advancement and a severe midline’s deviation. The patient presented several teeth missing and an advanced periodontal desease.The treatment plan was to remove all the remaining teeth and to place four JDEvolution® implants in the maxilla and five implants in the mandible. Edge to edge bite occlusion was obtained with a good stability in the posterior areas. Patient recovered her aesthetics and, partially, her facial simmetry. She is now able to talk and eat in a proper way. By Manuel Monterde, DDS, Valencia (Spain)
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Because of lack of occlusal space, due to the passive eruption of the opponent teeth, a decision was taken to use two single screw-retained crowns, either for temporary or definitive works. In order to gain more occlusal space and to achieve a good estethical and functional result, a fundamental role was played by the gingival conditioning created by the temporary restoration, which led to a natural gingival profile and to the creation of a fake papilla between the two crowns.
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An 50 years old female patient came to the dental office asking for the rehabilitation of the left upper jaw. The patient had an excellent amount of vertical and horizontal bone but lack of vertical dimension available for the prosthesis. In order to solve the vertical space problem, the surgeon decided to make a flapless insertion of two JDIcon® implants which are characterized by a conical internal connection (this allows to place the implant slightly below the bone crest) and a screw-retained prosthetic restoration.
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An 71-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mouth because of tooth mobility in the upper arch and missing teeth in the lower arch’. The treatment plan was to extract the remaining teeth and provide a fixed rehabilitation supported by axial and tilted implants.
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An 75-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mounth because of tooth abrasion in the lower arch and bad aesthetic in the upper arch’. The treatment plan was to make a tooth and implant supported restoration in the maxilla and a tooth supported prosthesis in mandible. Four JDEvolution® implants were placed in maxilla to support screw retained restorations in the posterior areas and ceramic veneers were provided for frontal teeth. Metal ceramic tooth supported prostheses were delivered in mandible and ceramic veneers were bonded on the anterior teeth. By Nicola De Robertis, DDS, Bologna (Italy)
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The patient presented a big mandibular advancement and a severe midline’s deviation. The patient presented several teeth missing and an advanced periodontal desease.The treatment plan was to remove all the remaining teeth and to place four JDEvolution® implants in the maxilla and five implants in the mandible. Edge to edge bite occlusion was obtained with a good stability in the posterior areas. Patient recovered her aesthetics and, partially, her facial simmetry. She is now able to talk and eat in a proper way. By Manuel Monterde, DDS, Valencia (Spain)
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Because of lack of occlusal space, due to the passive eruption of the opponent teeth, a decision was taken to use two single screw-retained crowns, either for temporary or definitive works. In order to gain more occlusal space and to achieve a good estethical and functional result, a fundamental role was played by the gingival conditioning created by the temporary restoration, which led to a natural gingival profile and to the creation of a fake papilla between the two crowns.
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An 50 years old female patient came to the dental office asking for the rehabilitation of the left upper jaw. The patient had an excellent amount of vertical and horizontal bone but lack of vertical dimension available for the prosthesis. In order to solve the vertical space problem, the surgeon decided to make a flapless insertion of two JDIcon® implants which are characterized by a conical internal connection (this allows to place the implant slightly below the bone crest) and a screw-retained prosthetic restoration.
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An 71-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mouth because of tooth mobility in the upper arch and missing teeth in the lower arch’. The treatment plan was to extract the remaining teeth and provide a fixed rehabilitation supported by axial and tilted implants.
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An 75-year-old male non-smoker with a noncontributory medical history presented with a chief complaint of ‘I want to rehabilitate my mounth because of tooth abrasion in the lower arch and bad aesthetic in the upper arch’. The treatment plan was to make a tooth and implant supported restoration in the maxilla and a tooth supported prosthesis in mandible. Four JDEvolution® implants were placed in maxilla to support screw retained restorations in the posterior areas and ceramic veneers were provided for frontal teeth. Metal ceramic tooth supported prostheses were delivered in mandible and ceramic veneers were bonded on the anterior teeth. By Nicola De Robertis, DDS, Bologna (Italy)
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The patient presented a big mandibular advancement and a severe midline’s deviation. The patient presented several teeth missing and an advanced periodontal desease.The treatment plan was to remove all the remaining teeth and to place four JDEvolution® implants in the maxilla and five implants in the mandible. Edge to edge bite occlusion was obtained with a good stability in the posterior areas. Patient recovered her aesthetics and, partially, her facial simmetry. She is now able to talk and eat in a proper way. By Manuel Monterde, DDS, Valencia (Spain)
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Because of lack of occlusal space, due to the passive eruption of the opponent teeth, a decision was taken to use two single screw-retained crowns, either for temporary or definitive works. In order to gain more occlusal space and to achieve a good estethical and functional result, a fundamental role was played by the gingival conditioning created by the temporary restoration, which led to a natural gingival profile and to the creation of a fake papilla between the two crowns.

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