Dental Implant Replacement of Missing Lateral Incisor and Gum Tissue Graft for Recession
Replacement of missing lateral incisor with dental implant and correction of gum tissue deficiency and recession with soft tissue graft
Partial Extraction Therapy (PET) / Socket Shield in Management of Fractured Central Incisor
Application of socket shield / partial extraction therapy in preservation of bone and soft tissue following extraction of a fractured central incisor and immediate placement of dental implant.
Patient with missing upper front teeth as well as several old crowns. He was very unhappy with his smile and wanted complete make over of his smile. A combination of bone grafting, implant replacement, and restorative procedures were performed to give him the smile he always wanted.
Revision Treatment of A Dental Implant With Gum Recession
Patient with poor aesthetics from an existing implant due to excessive gum tissue recession. A staged treatment with explantation (implant removal), digitally-driven planning, and proper implant placement and restoration was provided
Immediate Dental Implant
The patient originally had a crown done five years before her visit. Restoration for her severely decayed upper front incisor was not possible, so extraction of the tooth was the only option. Dr. Kazemi then extracted the tooth and placed an immediate dental implant on the same day.