Rehabilitation of the maxilla with computerassisted lapless surgery according to virtual preoperative planning: A case report.

Admin Dental Press

Edition V08N03 | Year 2014 | Editorial Artigo Inédito | Pages 66 to 75

Jean Uhlendorf, Yuri Uhlendorf, Jaques Luiz, José Antônio Bressani, Willian de Araújo

Introduction: Computer-assisted surgery technique associated with CAD/CAM technology contributes to attain accuracy in osseointegrated implant placement, as it follows a virtual planning that allows one to visualize the need for prosthesis placement associated Dental Pres Implantol. 2014 July-Sept;8(3):66-75 75 Reabilitação de maxila em carga imediata utilizando técnica guiada flapless, baseada em planejamento virtual pré-cirúrgico: relato de caso clínico with the amount of bone available. Objective: he objective of this study is to report a case of rehabilitation in the maxillary arch conducted by means of NeoGuide system (Neodent, Curitiba/PR, Brazil) associated with computer-assisted lapless immediate implant surgery. Methods: Once CT scan preparation and virtual planning were completed, eight Titamax EX cone-morse (Neodent) implants were placed with the aid of a prototyped surgical guide. After implant placement, panoramic radiograph and CT scans were taken. Subsequently, a ixed implant-supported prosthesis was placed. Conclusion: Computer-assisted lapless immediate implant surgery proved valuable for rehabilitation treatment of edentulous maxillary arches, as it reduced surgical time and minimized post-operative symptoms such as pain, swelling and inlammation.

Dental implants, Computer-assisted surgery, Implant-supported ixed dental prosthesis,

Uhlendorf J, Uhlendorf Y, Luiz J, Bressani JA, Araújo W. Rehabilitation of the maxilla with computer-assisted lapless surgery according to virtual preoperative planning: A case report. Dental Press Implantol. 2014 July-Sept;8(3):66-75. doi: -650X.8.3.066-075.oar

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