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Surgical Planning using 3D Printed Models

  • Journal:Surgical Planning using 3D Printed Models Volume: vol. 11 No. 1 Date: April 2019
    Authors:Mohammed Husain, Dr. Venkat Ratna Nag, Dr. P. Sarika, Dr. Tejashree Bhagwatkar, Dr. Vasantha Dhara, Dr. Verma Kamal, Dr. Viswambaran, Dr. Yadav Rajesh Kumar, Dr. Verma Rashima

    6. Surgical Planning using 3D Printed Anatomical Models in a Complex Case of Dental Implants

    Dental implant therapy in edentulous patient demonstrating significant alveolar bone loss can be challenging and may require augmentation using autogenous block grafts such as that from the mandibular ramus. Harvesting of autogenous grafts entails the possibility of additional morbidity, including the risk of mandibular nerve injury. This case report explores the usefulness of 3D printed anatomic models as an adjunctive tool in pre-surgical planning to minimize the risk of additional morbidity associated with autogenous ramus grafting.

    14. Tilted Implant Placement for Rehabilitation of Severe Atrophic Maxilla Supported by Finite Element Analysis

    Tilted implants have been used for rehabilitation of maxillary edentulous arches. The purpose of this article is to evaluate the clinical outcome of tilted implants where 6 implants are placed in maxilla and restored with screw retained prosthesis. The difference in the 3 year post loading marginal peri-implant bone loss between delayed and immediate loading groups was found to be insignificant using 6 tilted implants design.

    28. A Novel Procedure of Regaining Aesthetics with Implants and Autogenous Dentin Graft: A Report of Three Cases with One Year of Follow Up

    Generally, extracted teeth have been discarded as infective medical dusts in the world. While human bone autograft was done in 19th century, human dentin autograft for bone augmentation was reported in 2003. Dentin matrix like bone has the inborn chemical and physical properties to attract progenitor cells and induce them to generate new bone. This series of clinical cases describes a novel procedure of prosthodontic management of the fractured maxillary central incisors using two stage implants reinforced with autogenous dentin graft obtained by immediate transformation of extracted teeth

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