PERIODONTAL TREATMENT PRIOR TO PROSTHESIS
Physician and Surgeon specializing in Dentistry. Periodontist.
Piazza Repubblica 4, 09129 Cagliari, Italy.
tel ++39 070 498159, fax ++39 070 400164
web site www.gustavopetti.it
|Fig. 17 Terminal gold-platinum-porcelain prosthesis||Fig. 18 Enlargement of details of the intracoronal attachment for MacCollum-type horizontal retention ceramics in an intermediate position and actual milling with the drive bars to the left of the prosthesis.|
|Figs. 19-20 Extra-coronal "T" attachment with male body and screw to regulate friction (Fig. 49) and a reducible gold-platinum matrix for ceramics (Fig. 50) with milling and drive bars on the right side of the fixed and mobile prostheses.|
|Figs. 21-22 Upper and lower prostheses positioned in the mouth.|
|Fig. 23 Orthopantomography performed prior to periodontal treatment.||Fig. 24 X-rays top left: 1.7 before and after implant; bottom, 2.1 and 2.2 before and after implant (second follow-up after 13 months). Top and bottom right: bone situation of teeth in lower arch with no important lesions.|
|Fig. 26 Same measurements (first and last) transferred onto graph paper|
|Fig. 25 Details of the three periodontal clinical records with measurements of pockets taken at the time of the first examination, periodontal re-evaluation following initial preparation (three months later) and at the end of treatment.|