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대한구강악안면임프란트학회지 2017 ; 21 (3) : p.36~44

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Anterior Restoration Splinting Implant with Natural Tooth: A Clinical Report

저자 Seoung-Jin Hong, Yi-Hyung Woo, Kung-Rock Kwon, Janghyun Paek
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The maxillary anterior region is considered the “esthetic zone” because of its importance on
facial appearance and high visibility. Especially in the anterior region, implant prosthesis with
proper soft tissue contours is important for successful esthetic results, this method may also help
to reduce soft tissue complications with a gradual molding of the soft tissues profile.
Commonly, it is recommended that dental implants should not be splinted with natural teeth due
to the difference in biomechanics and mobility. However, in some cases, the splinting of a
natural tooth with an implant seems to be needed. Several studies have described clinical cases
where fixed partial dentures are supported by a connection between implants and natural teeth.
In a 39-year-old man who showed periapical abscess of maxillary right central incisor,
extraction were planned and after healing period, provisional crown was restored. After
transferring the emergence profile of provisional crown, splinted zirconia prostheses were
delivered.
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