Treatment of a Patient with Full-Mouth Dental Implant Complications

Biologically incompatible, anatomically inappropriate, and functionally disastrous- These terms summarize the full-mouth dental implant treatment provided to a patient who suffered significant infection and loss of all dental implants, restoration, and supporting bone and soft tissue. In this video, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi describes the sequence on how this complication occurred, patient’s initial presentation, and how he was managed in a staged approach. He describes the steps in managing the infection, restoring missing bone and gum tissue, and eventually providing him with a proper fixed implant-supported full arch restoration. Patient also shares his experience.