A technique for fabricating single screw-retained ımplant-supported ınterim restoration by using the crown of extracted tooth
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CitationNazaroğlu, Kenan., Ayse, Atay., Üşümez, Aslıhan. (2020). A technique for fabricating single screw-retained ımplant-supported ınterim restoration by using the crown of extracted tooth. Aurum Journal of Health Sciences, 2(3), 191-201.
At the esthetic anterior region, horizontal root fracture is a complex and subversive situation for both the patient and dental practitioner. Due to enabling rapid prosthetic rehabilitation, decreasing treatment time, morbidity and the number of surgical procedures required, immediate implantation of a single implant may be a more preferable treatment option. In the presenting treatment modality, a single implant-supported provisional crown was produced right after extraction and implant placement surgery, using the patients extracted tooth crown. The use of the crown part has substantially fulfılled the patient’s expectations both aesthetically and psychologically. Besides fixed provisional crown restoration advanced biologically and esthetically convenient soft tissue emergence for the permanent restoration.