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Case Report Open Access
In the present scenario, the most opted treatment plan for the replacement of missing teeth is by implants, which are designed to replicate the root and crown of the natural tooth. This procedure preserves the gingival mucosa and bone architecture with no damage to adjacent tooth. But the major disadvantage is the prolonged duration of time for osseointegration (4-6 months). Therefore, the aim of this case report is to overcome the time-consuming factor involved in the conventional technique using successful immediate implant placement and loading with a follow-up of 2 years. Accordingly, a comprehensive treatment involving the placement of six implant-supported porcelain bridges for maxilla and mandible was planned for the patient. This case report implies good patient cooperation and satisfaction because of less time consumption and esthetics. On semiannual evaluation, the retention and stability of the prosthesis was good.