Practitioner: Dr. Paul Kilanowski
Location: SWISS BIOHEALTH CLINIC
If there is both a dysfunction of the habitual bite position and multiple chronic inflammations in the jawbone of our patients, we prefer a step-by-step procedure in which the absence of inflammation is first ensured by means of a surgical procedure in order to then gently guide the patient into a physiological bite position before the final prosthetic restoration. In this observation session, Dr. Paul Kilanowski will show you step by step the restoration and preparation of ceramic implants that have already been placed and healed with long-term temporaries, analogous to the restoration with final ceramic crowns. Implant 23 was retightened in this session. Furthermore, you can see the preparation of the patient for functional therapy with a MAGO splint in the course of centric bite registration.
In the initial findings of this patient case, there were multiple chronic inflammations on the root canal-treated teeth 16, 12, 11, 22, 23, 27 and 47, as well as chronic peri-implantitis on implant 46. In one surgical session, Dr. Rebekka Hueber placed ceramic implants in regions 16, 12, 11, 21, 22, 23, 26, 46 and 47 and remediated all chronic inflammatory processes. Now you can see the healed situation and the first step of the patient’s prosthetic rehabilitation.