|This is the implant healing abutment showing through the gum, six weeks after implant placement.|
|The healing abutment is changed to a more conical and larger size healing abutment in order to shape the gum. This is left in place for 2 weeks.|
|You can see the healing abutment from above pushing back the gum margin and causing the gum to blanch temporarily.|
|This is the temporary crown in place shaping the gum around it.|
|This temporary implant crown will be left in place for 2-4 weeks until we are happy with the shape of the gum.
Final implant crown photo will be added shortly.
|The patient presented with a recently extracted upper front tooth and wanted the socket restored with an implant.|
|We placed a Straumann implant to replace the missing tooth. We then covered the implant with a healing cap.|
|We restored the implant with a titanium implant abutment six weeks after implant placement.|
|We final ceramic crown was placed over the implant abutment.|
|The implant can be seen placed in the perfect position in between the two neighbouring teeth.
The final smile shows a well matching implant crown.
|This patient presented with three missing back teeth and wanted the gap replaced with dental implants.
We placed three Straumann dental implants to replace his lost teeth.
|Our planning model shows where we aim to place the final crowns.|
|The final screw retained crowns are attached to the three implants below.
The patients can now once again chew on that side.
|This patient presented with four missing upper anterior teeth.|
|We Planned placing two dental implants and a four unit bridge on the two dental implants.|
|The two implant abutments were placed on models first.|
|We then placed two dental implants in the anterior region.|
|We placed the titanium abutments on the implants.|
|We loaded the two implants with a four unit bridge.|
|The patients smile is now transformed.|
|Patient wanted her lost front tooth replaced and maintain the gap she used to have between her front teeth.|
|We placed a Straumann implant in the gap.|
|The implant temporary crown was constructed by the lab to shape the gum.|
|The final result, after final Implant crown placement.|
|The patient presented with a missing front tooth.|
|The crown next-door to the missing tooth was also failing.|
|We replaced the missing tooth with an Implant and changed the crown next door to a new crown.|
|The patient presented with a front tooth gap.|
|We planned to place a dental implant.|
|We placed a dental implant and restored it with a crown.|
|The patient presented with three missing top back teeth. We placed two implants in that region.|
|A three unit implant bridge was constructed.|
|The implant bridge was attached to the implants with screws and the access holes closed with composite bonding.|
|This patient presented with four missing upper front teeth.|
|We placed two dental implants surgically.|
|A four unit temporary bridge was constructed for the implants.|
|The temporary bridge was attached to the dental implants with screws to permit soft tissue contouring.|
|This patient presented wishing to replace his four missing front upper teeth. However he only had space for two dental implants.|
|We placed two dental implants in the upper anterior region.|
|We then attached two temporary crowns to the im|