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Dr. Lane Walsh Case Studies:


September 25, 2007

Case 1

Image A

X-ray of upper left broken premolar
Image B

Image of same
Image C

Post extraction photo
Image D

Final photo of crown on Straumann RN implant. Match to natural tooth on the left and nice tissue contour. Crowns on the right to be replaced in the future.
Image E

X-ray of same

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Case 2

Image A

Implant ready to restore on upper left front tooth. Straumann RN implant
Image B

X-ray of same
Image C

Provisional crown placed to begin shaping the tissue to proper contour.
Image D

X-ray of same
Image E

Image of final crown. Note the formation of the papilla of tissue in between the teeth as compared to image A.
Image F

X-ray of same

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Case 3

Image A

Missing front teeth following an accident.
Image B

Implants placed; Straumann RN implant
Image C

Diagnostic abutments placed to allow selection of proper final abutment. Helps to allow for correct bite and future tissue contouring.
Image D

Image of final crowns. Note formation of nice tissue contour as compared to image A.
Image E

X-ray of same; final

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Case 4

Image A

Pre-treatment image of upper left lateral incisor. Does not show decay.
Image B

Same as image A, different view.
Image C

X-ray of image A showing extensive decay.
Image D

Image of provisional crown that was placed the same day the tooth was extracted and immediate implant placement. Straumann implant
Image E

X-ray of image in D
Image F

Image of final crown. This was placed approximately 12 weeks after the extraction and immediate load in image D. Note nice tissue contour.
Image G

Same as above different view.
Image H

X-ray of final restoration

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Last updated: 25-Sep-07

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