Vorschau beendet

Dieses Expertenvideo können Sie in voller Länge sehen, wenn Sie es einzeln kaufen

oder ein Abonnement abschließen.

Reconstruction of the Maxillary Front Following Loss of all Four Incisors

As the lateral incisors are no longer worth preserving, Prof. Dr. Markus Hürzeler will perform a reconstruction of the maxillary front. Besides tooth extraction and immediate implantation in regio 12 and 22, hard and soft tissue reconstruction is also planned for this surgical intervention.

Following the incision, a mucoperiosteal flap is formed, whereby a relief incision is performed in the distal region. Two sub-epithelial connective tissue grafts are harvested from the palate to thicken the soft tissue during reconstruction of the maxillary front. Cavities for the implants are prepared in the region of the extraction alveoles whereby a decision for closed healing had been made. An implant-supported prosthesis on two implants is planned for the reconstruction of the maxillary front.

The bone defects are augmented using bone replacement material and the double layer technique. Primary wound healing and interference with wound healing due to exposed membranes are excluded by a tight wound closure. This is of particular importance in the reconstruction of the maxillary front.

 

Reconstruction of the Maxillary Front Following Loss of all Four Incisors

As the lateral incisors are no longer worth preserving, Prof. Dr. Markus Hürzeler will perform a reconstruction of the maxillary front. Besides tooth extraction and immediate implantation in regio 12 and 22, hard and soft tissue reconstruction is also planned for this surgical intervention.

Following the incision, a mucoperiosteal flap is formed, whereby a relief incision is performed in the distal region. Two sub-epithelial connective tissue grafts are harvested from the palate to thicken the soft tissue during reconstruction of the maxillary front. Cavities for the implants are prepared in the region of the extraction alveoles whereby a decision for closed healing had been made. An implant-supported prosthesis on two implants is planned for the reconstruction of the maxillary front.

The bone defects are augmented using bone replacement material and the double layer technique. Primary wound healing and interference with wound healing due to exposed membranes are excluded by a tight wound closure. This is of particular importance in the reconstruction of the maxillary front.

 

About the expert

Markus Hürzeler

Prof. Dr. Markus Hürzeler

Practising dentist in the joint practice Hürzeler/Zuhr

To the expert's profile Ask the the expert a question

The online learning platform for dental professionals

Sty up to date with the dental online college!

In these turbulent times, planning can be quite challenging. The dental online college is as flexible as you have to be. It is everywhere you are and offers trainings, whenever you have the time for them. Register now and use the free content, or get full access to our whole training offer with our subscription models.

Learn more about the dental online college!