Case Study: Immediate implants
Recent advancements in dental technology and findings from contemporary research suggest that implants can be effectively placed in areas with significant apical (root tip) infections. This process is feasible under certain conditions, including the administration of systemic antibiotics and meticulous cleaning of the inflamed tissue. This approach represents a significant development in dental implant techniques, offering new possibilities for treatment in more complex cases.
Prof Dr Christian Mehl
In this particular case, a computer-guided technique was used for the implant placement of a lower left first molar, identified as FDI 36. This method involves precision-driven technology to ensure accurate and effective implantation in the targeted dental area.
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