Basal implant and porcelain Emax press crowns

Full mouth reconstruction

BCS Implant and crowns


Man 53 years old from FRANCE, from 21 May to 30 May 2015


Before his arrival:

The patient is suffering from severe periodontitis, accompanied by a sharp pain, spreading across the left side of his mouth. Placement of new generation basal implants was the only possibility to avoid a bone graft and a long treatment of 6 months to 1 year.

Duration of stay: 9 days
Day 1 :
On his arrival, during the checks the doctors found some localized bone atrophy, confirming the choice of placing new generation basal implants.


Day 2: Maxilla (upper jaw) surgery: During the placement of implants, surgeons have detected the presence of a radicular cyst due to deep-dental inflammation. The size was 6cm, thus it is suspected to be there from very long time. After extracting the cyst, the surgery was able to proceed normally and the 10 implants have been placed. The dental technician then makes the impressions. These are immediately transferred to the laboratory.


Day 3: The first test of the bridge is performed. This is the internal structure of the prosthesis (its skeleton).
Day 4: The last adjustments are then made before cementing which will take place before the second operation. The final ceramic crowns are Emax® press, providing the most natural result. (Germany)


Days 5, 6, 7: OP, test, placement
Surgery of the mandible (lower jaw): The process is repeated as for the maxilla with this time 8 new generation basal implants, test of the bridge and crowns. The tests are performed on the mandible, until the achievement of a perfect symmetry on both sides and a perfect connection between the two bridges. The patient is satisfied. Cementing is done on day 7.

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Day 8: 

The last two days, the patient was able to walk around the city and discover the wonders of Sofia with a new smile. He was able to give us his impressions during the last adjustments of dental quadrant.



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