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Case 1


Metamorphosis & Surgical reconstruction
Time: 98 days
Total reconstruction of all teeth. The treatment started from removing the patient's teeth, implanting the implants (6) on the top and bottom (6). All this took place during one visit.
The quality of the bone did not allow an immediate placement of permanent prosthesis, so for a period of about 14 weeks the patient used a temporary denture and then the Toronto Bridge prosthesis was bolted.



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Case 2


Replacement of porcelain bridges
Time: 7 days
Interesting case without surgical intervention (without implants).
For 20 years, the patient has been wearing a porcelain bridge based on her own teeth (upper arch), 13 point-13 teeth. The old bridge, as you can see in the picture, was of course suitable for replacement, and the part of the metal foundation was very visible, which made the bridge unsightly. In addition, due to the withdrawal of gums that has occurred over the years, food leftovers began to accumulate under the bridge, which could not be accurately cleaned at home. Of course, the bridge of the patient, made 20 years ago, is the bridge of the old generation, when the technique was slightly different - it fulfilled its task in 100%, although today such works are performed a bit differently. The old bridge was slowly removed, the patient's teeth were ground (9), on which the bridge was based, they were examined and treated by canal and provided with strengthening inserts. So the base for the new bridge is healthy and stable. The color of 'new teeth' was chosen by the patient, in our opinion it was a good choice, because the final effect is very nice :).
The total treatment time is 7 days, during which the patient 'used' temporary teeth fixed (temporary teeth - because they served only a few days, permanently fixed - because cemented, so 'glued') thoroughly and solidly by what they were in their place during these 7 days :)!
Below we present the results of the work:



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Case 3


Please see below a description and metamorphosis of our happy patient:)!!!
Procedure: All on 6 on top + All on 6 on the bottom.
Anesthesia: Deep sedation
Total time: 80 days
The patient wore partial removable prosthesis and had the remains of her own teeth. The first task of the implantologist was to remove the remains of the teeth and roots.
Then, 12 implants (6 top and 6 bottom) were implanted. On the same day, the patient received a temporary prosthesis, which she used for a period of 80 days.
After 80 days, the patient received a PERMANENT prosthesis upper and lower Toronto Bridge, screwed to the implants. (24 teeth together).



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Case 4

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Case 5

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Case 1


Complete top arch filling.
The patient underwent the All-on-5 procedure - 5 implants were implanted, and a permanent Toronto Bridge prosthesis (12 teeth) was made. Currently, the patient is in the process of rebuilding the lower arch (after the end of work, further photos will be published).



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Case 2


Porcelain crowns
The work was finished at the beginning of May 2016. Patient with malocclusion - bilateral bite, additionally, the patient suffers from bruxism, which causes severe pain in the temporomandibular joints, radiating to the neck.
Treatment: 24 porcelain crowns, made in such a way as to correct malocclusion and protect teeth against possible damage/ fractures and hypersensitivity.



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Case 3


Reconstruction: jaw + mandible
Upper arch: removal of the patient's teeth, immediate implantation of 5 implants. Already after 36 hours, it was possible to put on a permanent denture, consisting of 12 teeth.
Lower arch: teeth were ground, #46 tooth removal, in its place an implant was implanted, and a porcelain bridge from #46 to #36 was installed.



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Case 4


Porcelain bridge
Please see the pictures of our next work.
A very difficult case from the point of aesthetics's view. A young patient with a strongly distorted nasal septum and, consequently, a under-nazial groove. The biggest fear of giving this work was the fact that it might be very difficult to adjust the porcelain bridge so that the effect would be natural (due to the curve of the nasal septum, and consequently the under-nazial groove and the 'crooked smile' effect).
We publish the results of this work with great satisfaction and pride, because we were able to find the most appropriate setting and the final result satisfied the patient a lot.
Work done: removal of teeth roots, reconstruction with fiberglass inserts, grinding, inserting a 13-piece porcelain bridge.



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Case 5


Reconstruction: jaw
Reconstruction of the upper arch. A patient with significant bone tissue atrophy.
The first step was removal of teeth #13, #12, #11, #21 and implantation of 5 implants. Due to the significant bone loss in the patient's mouth, in order to get the best effect and have 100% certainty that everything will go well, it had to take about 8 weeks to get permanent teeth placed.



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Case 6


Supplementing the upper and the lower arches.
Upper arch: All on 5: removal of teeth, implantation of 5 implants, permanent placement of the 12-tooth Toronto Bridge prosthesis.
Lower arch: preparing teeth by grinding them and putting on a 12-point porcelain bridge.



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Case 7


Complete restoration of the upper arch and lower arch.
Implantation of 8 implants and the establishment of two Toronto Bridge prostheses, each completed of 12 teeth.
The whole work took about 2 months.



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Case 8


We publish pictures from before and after a dental procedure that our patient underwent - All on 6!
Upper arch: Removal of the patient's teeth. The implantologist implanted 6 implants in the patient's mouth, then he was provided with a temporary prosthesis.
After a few weeks (70 days), the patient happily received PERMANENT upper Toronto Bridge (12 teeth).
Anesthesia: Deep sedation



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Case 9


Reconstruction: jaw + mandible
We present below an example of a patient to whom we reconstructed 2 dental arches.
First, the teeth were removed #17 #16 #15 #14 #13 #12 #11 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #47 #44 #43 #42 #41 #31 #32 #33 #34 #37. The next stage is the implantation of 10 implants.
After 60 hours, the patient received permanent Toronto Bridge prosthesis, 24 teeth in total.
During the control after 7 weeks, minor corrections were made.



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Case 10


Reconstruction of the upper arch
The patient had 5 implants implanted in previous years. In the clinic, teeth #12, #11, #21 were extracted, then the doctor implanted an additional 1 implant, so that after 48 hours, a permanent prosthesis should be placed.



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Case 11


Jaw: All on 4 + mandible: denture with latches
The upper arch: implantation of 4 implants, after 60 days the establishment of a 12-tooth permanent denture Toronto Bridge (this period was necessary due to the large bone loss).
The lower arch: a huge bone loss in the patient allowed only to implant two implants and mount the prosthesis on the latches.



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Case 12


All-ceramic crown of a single tooth
The following case looks for a small and precise job, but we publish it with satisfaction, because it is more difficult to match one tooth to the rest than to perform the entire prosthesis.
A young woman whose one tooth has numerous discolorations.
The work consisted of grinding the tooth and applying a full ceramic crown. The difficulty in this case consisted in perfect fitting of the shape and, above all, the color of the "new tooth" to the others.
As you can see, the effect is very nice and, most importantly, natural :)



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Case 13


Reconstruction of the jaw + mandible
This is the case of a patient with parodontosis.
In one day, the implantologist implanted 10 implants for the patient, then a temporary prosthesis was put on (bone condition did not allow immediate grafting).
After a few weeks (50 days), the patient received a permanent upper denture and a permanent Toronto Bridge lower prosthesis (24 teeth in total).



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Case 14


Porcelain bridges
Another patient who decided on porcelain bridges (top and bottom).
The first step was to remove the teeth: #34 #35 #46 #27 #17, then other teeth were prepared by grinding: #45 #44 #43 #42 #41 #31 #32 #33 in the lower arch and: #16 #15 #14 #13 #12 #11 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 in the upper arch.
The next step was the implantation of two implants: #34 and #36. After 2 days, the patient received a temporary bridge, while the establishment of porcelain bridges for the upper and lower arch occurred after 30 days.



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Case 15


All on 5 + All on 4
First, the patient's teeth were extracted #15 #14 #13 #12 #11 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25, On the same day, 9 implants were implanted (5 in the upper arch, 4 in the lower arch).
After 48 hours, the patient was fitted with a Toronto Bridge fixed prosthesis, both upper and lower arches.



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Case 16


Upper arch: reconstruction using the All on 6 method
Step 1 was the removal of the remaining teeth and the roots of the teeth.
The next day, the implantologist implanted 6 implants (upper arch).
After 48 hours, the patient received a permanent Toronto Bridge prosthesis consisting of 12 teeth.



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Case 17


All on 5 on top, All on 5 on the bottom
Patient with parodontosis, so far had a removable upper prosthesis.
In this case, first, the extraction of all teeth in the lower arch was performed. Then 10 implants were implanted (5 in each arch). Too little bone tissue did not allow immediate grafting, so the patient received a temporary prosthesis and after 30 days a permanent Toronto Bridge prosthesis could be implanted (24 teeth in total).



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Case 18


All on 5 + All on 4
The next patient is the lady with the Toronto Bridge prosthesis, both upper and lower arch.
Previously, the patient wore a removable upper prosthesis.
In this case, first, all the remaining teeth and roots had to be removed, then 9 implants were implanted.
Due to the significant loss of bone tissue, the replacement of the permanent Toronto Bridge prosthesis could take place only after 61 days. At that time, the patient wore temporary dentures.



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Case 19


2 x All on 6
A patient with complete edentulousness. Until now, he had both upper and lower prostheses.
In this case, it was necessary to implant 12 implants (6 for each arch).
The condition of the bone allowed the establishment of a permanent Toronto Bridge denture after 48 hours.



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Case 20


Total reconstruction of teeth.

Removing the patient's teeth, implanting the implants at the top and bottom, and all this during one visit.
The whole treatment is under the care of an anesthesiologist who used the so-called anesthetic sedation.
The quality of the bone did not allow immediate implantation of the prosthesis, so for about 6 weeks the patient used a temporary denture, and then the Toronto Bridge prosthesis was bolted.
Below are pictures before and after.
Anesthesia: Deep sedation
Time: 44 days



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Case 21

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Case 22


Time: 70 days
Anesthesia: Deep sedation

An interesting case involving reconstructions of two dental arches. The total scope of treatment included both implantation of the implants (4), as well as the treatment of the patient's own teeth and their grinding - thus they were prepared for the establishment of porcelain bridges.
Very often, if we have the opportunity to leave the patient's own teeth, we try to use them - the teeth that need to be treated, then grind them and put on (cement) porcelain crowns (they can be single points or several crowns joined together forming the so-called bridge).
In the following case, the treatment included implantation of implants, treatment of some of the patient's own teeth, teeth grinding.
The end result is 24 teeth from high quality porcelain (12 + 12).
Thank you patient that he chose us and put a trust in us:)!



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Case 23

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Case 24


All on 6 + All on 6

We would like publish a very difficult case of our patient. The patient is just in her 50's with very large bone tissue atrophy - as you can see on OPG scan. First and very necessary step was performing bilateral sinus lift, as a preparation for the procedure. Bone augmentation in the upper and lower arch had to be performed as the next step. An finally 6 implants in each arch were implanted (12 all together).
The patient had to wear temporary prosthesis for a couple of months, but it all paid off as the results were fantastic! The patien was equipped in the fixed prosthesis Toronto Bridge on 6 implants, 24 points in total. Well done to our patient:)

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Case 26

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Case 27


Complete top arch supplement.

The patient underwent the All-on-5 method - 5 implants were implanted, a permanent Toronto Bridge prosthesis was made (12 teeth).
Lower arch: Reconstruction using fiberglass inserts, grinding, inserting a 12-piece porcelain bridge.
Time: 58 days



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Case 28


All on 5 top and All on 5 bottom

Top and bottom arch: removal of the patient's teeth, the implantologist implanted 10 implants (5 + 5) in the patient's mouth, then a temporary prosthesis was put on (the condition of the bone did not allow immediate grafting).
After a few weeks (39 days), the patient received a permanent upper denture and a permanent Toronto Bridge lower prosthesis (24 teeth in total).
Anesthesia: Deep sedation
Time: 39 days



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Case 29

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