Prosthetic rehabilitation supported implant of patient with mandibular segment resection due to osteoblastoma
Jorge Iván Contreras Ramirez, Enrique Pérez Martínez, Carlos Badillo Muñoz Alejandro Dib Kanán, Mariza Lara Lermini
Faculty of Dentistry, Oral Rehabilitation Posgraduate BUAP
The discontinuity of the mandible, as the result by the removal of a tumor causes a cosmetic deformity, psychological deterioration and functional disability. Prosthetic rehabilitation in patients after bone reconstruction represents a challenge but is not substantially different from that of patients affected by severe atrophy.
A 25-year-old female patient came to the posgraduate prosthodontics clinic looking for a fixed prosthesis, to rehabilitate an area of bone defect created by resection of a mandibular segment reconstructed with fibular bone graft; In order to rehabilitate the patient, the implantation of 3.75 x 10mm Tapper Screwvent (Zimmer) implants in the 24, 19 and 20 dental organ area was performed with a restrictive computer template, a multidisiplinary treatment with orthodontics was performed to improve the occlusal scheme, A grafting of free gingiva was made as the patient presented non keratinized mucosa in the peri implant area and definitive fixed prosthesis placement.
Biography of main autor.
31 years old, graduate of UABJO Oaxaca and now student of oral rehabilitation posgraduate in BUAP Puebla whit a periodontics training at the same school. resident for two months at Loma Linda University in 2016, and implant training on Zimmer implants in 2014.