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N Y State Dent J. 2013 Aug-Sep;79(5):40-4.

Restoring unfavorably positioned implants in anterior maxilla: case report.

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University of Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, Department of Restorative Dentistry, Buffalo, NY, USA. rumfola@buffalo.edu

Abstract

This article describes a clinical case involving a unique solution to restoring implants placed in an unfavorable, labial location in the anterior maxilla. Background information is provided with regard to avoiding compromised situations from the outset, as well as a discussion of issues of restorability, with an emphasis on dental implants. Different treatment options are explored. To complete the case presented, a custom cast framework resembling traditional veneer preparations was selected, with porcelain veneers to cover abutment screw access channels.

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