Rehabilitation of Endondontically Failed Anterior teeth by Immediate Replacement and Loading of an Implant supported Crown: A Case Report.Lalit Kumar1*, Ritu Batra2, and Hemant Batra3
- Corresponding Author:
- Lalit Kumar
Department of Prosthodontics, Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
Received: 06/06/2014 Revised: 07/07/2014 Accepted: 15/07/2014
There are several restorative alternatives for replacing a missing anterior tooth. The single implant-supported crown is among the best restorative options under certain biological and biomechanical condition like sufficient bone quantity, condition and morphology of the periodontium, integrity of natural and restored teeth. The long-term success of an implant supported crown depends upon the health and stability of the peri-implant hard and soft tissue. This case report we discuss the replacement of endondontically failed anterior teeth by extraction followed by immediate placement of implant along with bone graft and provisionalisation using zirconia abutment.