NobelGuide™ - partial case planning.
Case planning for three missing teeth in the esthetic zone, using a tooth supported surgical template.
Considerations during software planning
Screenshots on pages 16 and 17 were taken during the planning workflow for partial case and display the initial X-ray diagnostics, as well as the prosthetic driven planning.
NobelGuide planning takes into consideration the patient's boney anatomy including the orientation, quality and relation of the alveolar bone towards to the future prosthetic crowns. Virtual implant planning visualizes and evaluates the planned result against restorability. Since all information is clearly visible before immediate decisions have to be taken, expert opinions from other team members can be included into the plan.
Regardless if immediate function is part of the treatment, the implants will be optimally placed for prosthetics. Being pre-planned, high quality results and more efficient treatments are possible.
Prosthetic driven planning
Esthetic zone prerequisites are fully
considered. The decision of the treating team was to create more buccal bone volume through bone grafting in the same session as implant placement and to save keratinized tissue. Both requirements were met by opening a flap.
- Ready-to-use, tooth-supported surgical template (without optional anchor pins).
- open flap gulded surgery for safe and precise implant insertion and simultaneous bone grafting.
- Removable, non-implant-supported provisional during healing phase (submerged healing, cover screws).
- After healing and second stage surgery (implant positions located with the
surgical template) impression based (screw-retained) provisional.
- Final restoration: 3-unit NobelProcera lmplant Bridge Zirconia, veneeved with porcelain.
|Partial case planning.