7-year follow-up of a central maxillary incisor restoration
Dr. Roberto Villa
Patient missing a central incisor due to trauma. Restored with a NobelReplace® CC implant using a flapped approach with soft tissue grafting to attain optimal esthetic results. At 7-year follow-up, bone levels and soft tissue health have been maintained.
Patient: female, 19 years old
Surgical solution: NobelReplace® CC RP 4.3 x 13 mm
Restorative solution: NobelProcera ASC Abutment with zirconia crown
Surgery date: October 2, 2011
Tooth position: tooth 11
Case courtesy of Dr. Roberto Villa.
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Initial clinical situation
Loss of central incisor after trauma (left).
Initial clinical situation before implant placement (right).
Placement of NobelReplace® Conical Connection implant (left).
Surgical site with soft tissue graft and healing abutment in place (right).
X-ray following implant insertion and temporary restoration (left).
Temporary restoration (right).
X-ray of implant and final restoration 5 months after surgery (left).
Clinical view 1 year after implant insertion exhibits excellent soft tissue outcomes (right).
X-ray 1 year after insertion (left).
1 year follow-up (right).
X-ray after 3 years of follow-up (left).
X-ray after 5 years of follow-up (right).
Clinical situation after 7 years of follow-up showing excellent papilla.
X-ray after 7 years of follow-up showing healthy bone levels (left).
Facial view and smile line after 7 years of follow-up (right).