January 15, 2024

Implant-Retained Full-Arch Restoration At Thin Anterior Maxillary Bone

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Patient: Thin anterior ridge with poor bone conditions not allowing use of implants. (Photos 1-6). Angled implant placement at the posterior zone allows using longer implants while achieving better force distribution and overall stability. DSI Premium Line Implants (3.7x16mm at sides, and 3.7x13mm in the middle) were used, coupled with 30deg DSI M1.6 Multi-unit abutments. (Photos 7-18)

Materials used:
DSI Premium Spiral Implants
DSI Premium Multi-Unit Abutment
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Dr Carmy Michael


A graduate of University of Western Ontario Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry with a degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 2004 with a 6 months residency.

Also a graduate of Cairo University, School of Dentistry 1993 with a 1 year residency.

Extensive training in the field of Dental Implantology and Digital Work Flow in Dentistry, A journey that started over 10 years ago and is still ongoing.

Certified in Oral Sedation through DOCS and IV Conscious Sedation.

Active member of the Academy of Osseointegration (AO)A Fellow of the Global Dental Implant Academy-CA (GDIA)

A member of the International Congress of Implantologists (ICOI)

Extensive training in Full Arch Restoration (Nobel and GDIA)

A Certified Provider for Institute for Advanced Laser Dentistry (LANAP & LAPIP)

Specialized training on 3 Shape & ExocadFellowship from Dental Implant Association (DIA)

Member with good standing in the CDA, MDA, ADA & OCDS

Digital Work flow for Implant Restoration.

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