I came to the clinic with a root fracture.
They took a CT scan and confirmed that my teeth were not damaged beyond repair and that it could be fixed with an implant.
They removed the denture I had been using as an emergency inserted at another hospital. After this they performed implant surgery using local anaesthesia. The process of inserting and fixing in the implant was momentary and the bleeding was mild.
3 months following from the initial surgery I completed the dental prosthesis process. A セラモメタルクラウン was used for the final structure to ensure stability.
IMPLANT CASE TESTIMONY 2
One day a fake tooth I had implanted at another clinic fell out. It appeared to be a root fracture so I visited HAPLUS.
We were able to confirm that there was no irreparable damage to the bone structure itself. Immediate action was taken to remove the residue and remnants of previous fake tooth and proceed with new implant treatment plan. The photo above was taken 3 months after treatment began. The photo above shows a trial of Zirconia Implant Abutment.
2 years of implant surgery was completed and ceramic structures were inserted my teeth returned to a level of comfort and functionality that I had not experienced in many years. My condition has been stable for the time being and current prognosis indicates that long term stability can be expected.
IMPLANT CASE TESTIMONY ALL ON 4
-We visited the clinic due to experiencing significant discomfort where
our maxillary denture was placed. Due to my desire to eat and chew without discomfort and the shortage of bone around the maxillary arch (upper tooth rows) the dentist to place me on the ‘All on 4’ treatment plan.
One week after the operation, signs of inflammation immediately began to decrease as the prosthetic teeth were extracted. From this point fixing in the implant was simple.
After the final superstructure was put in place the osteointegration of the four separate implants was completed and a titanium frame was attached. The lower set of teeth (mandibular) still showed clear signs of periodontitis meaning continued and thorough maintenance will be required to keep not only upper but lower teeth in good condition.