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A. Clinical photos and X-rays displayed significant bone loss on the upper left side, in three dimensions: vertical in region 25, 26; mesiodistal horizontal between 23 and 27, and sagittal, primarily at 24 and 25.
B. Clinical photos and X-rays displayed significant bone loss on the upper left side, in three dimensions: vertical in region 25, 26; mesiodistal horizontal between 23 and 27, and sagittal, primarily at 24 and 25.
C. Clinical photos and X-rays displayed significant bone loss on the upper left side, in three dimensions: vertical in region 25, 26; mesiodistal horizontal between 23 and 27, and sagittal, primarily at 24 and 25.
D. Clinical photos and X-rays displayed significant bone loss on the upper left side, in three dimensions: vertical in region 25, 26; mesiodistal horizontal between 23 and 27, and sagittal, primarily at 24 and 25.
E. Case Issues: Patient insistence on a cosmetic solution and desire for temporary fixed rehabilitation.
F. Selected Treatment Plan: Cutting bridge between 26 and 27: Sinus lift with opening lateral window.
G. Placing 2 short implants (of I5 type 3mm diameter) in teeth 24-25.
H. Placing implant 26 with standard platform (I5 3.75mm diameter) fixed in place without loading, and use of titanium mesh for stability.
I. Placing structures on top of 24, 25; subsequently bone graft and membrane placement, sewing and attaching structures by soldering titanium rod on palatial side.
J. Placing structures on top of 24, 25; subsequently bone graft and membrane placement, sewing and attaching structures by soldering titanium rod on palatial side.
K. Crowning using temporary crowns. (Dr. Zahi Lehar) Occlusal balance.
L. After 6 months, exposure of implant 26 and referral for permanent rehabilitation by Dr. Zahi Lehar.