Here is another case, that looks exactly like my last Telio case. #5, virgin tooth, split right down the middle. Needs a little cold steel and sunshine.
Removed and replaced with a 3.7 by 13mm Legacy 4. Again, I bought a bunch of these but as I am doing custom on most cases I would rather have bought the Legacy 2. The HA does look cool though.
Bit of a sinus bump with a mallet, “I love that :}” Again, whats so cool about a scan post is that there is no material getting into the socket.
Did the ‘ol “copy the gingival mask and insert into the upper model” trick for contacts. Make sure you capture a lot of the scan post or you will lose the post later. Size 20 burs for the mill.
Sorry for the schmutz on the occlusal. While this was milling I grafted the buccal of the implant with DFDBA, sorry no pics it was pretty bloody.
Temp all finished. I was bouncing around between three patients so no stain, but a nice functional screw retained temp.
As before, we are a little tight on the mesial of the implant, so by using the CUT function with the gingival mask we can get in there to visualize the contacts then image the scan post separately. Note the nice tissue formation we got from the Telio CAD temp.
As in other cases, just place the Telio CAD temp and Tibase in the oven on the short empress stain setting, the majority of the Telio CAD will vaporize. While this is all going on, I am designing and milling my crown.
Here is the final, got a little thick with my glaze and polished that off. My camera battery dies right as I was taking the final occlusal shot! But will get that when he comes in for recall. Overall, great service to the patient and a super easy case. If you aren’t placing simple implants in your practice, you really should look into getting the education to do these.