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Clinical Cases


Prosthetic management in case of lack of occlusal space.

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.


Sinus lift lateral approach with immediate implants insertion.

The patient reported an insufficient height of bone to place implants. Various treatment options were discussed with the patient and she elected to have a sinus lift with lateral approach and immediate JDEvolution® implant placement.


Immediate rehabilitation of mandible with four upright implants.

The remaining teeth in mandible were extracted and 4 JDEvolution® implants were placed in healed sites supporting a fixed screw-retained hybrid prosthesis.


Maxillary and mandibular immediate rehabilitation with implant placement in extraction sites.

A patient with partially edentulous maxilla/mandible in need of extractions of the remaining teeth was rehabilitated with immediate cross-arch implant-supported restorations. By Adrea Viaggi, DDS, Florence (Italy)


Surgical and prosthetic management of the esthetic area

When crestal bone preservation and soft tissue volume are critical, the JDEvolution® is the implant of choice. Let's look at the following case as a good example of how JDEvolution® can be used in a restoration in the esthetic area.


One abutment-one time concept: a new protocol in implant practice

The following case presents the one abutment-one time concept, that calls for the placement of the final abutment on the day of implant placement and never removing it again. This protocol gives better bone healing and less chance of traumatizing the stability of the peri-implant soft tissue.