Case study of implant-supported restorations

Initial situation: In January of 2013, the male patient presented in my practice at the age of 60. The general medical history was without pathological findings. The patient was a non-smoker. The dental anamnesis revealed a generalized chronic severe periodontitis, concrements, pocket depths of 4 – 5 mm and no loose teeth. The PCR was at 80% and the GBI was at 60%. The patient had twelve teeth left (tooth 28 impacted). We were going to remove tooth 26 in the course of the prosthetic treatment. At the beginning of the treatment in January of 2013, we first focussed on treating the periodontitis.

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