What to do when an implant fails ...

Dec. 1, 2000
Parkell Products, Inc. introduces a case study that discusses the creative way one dentist resolved a combination of difficult circumstances, including a patient with hypersensitive tissue and an implant that failed to integrate. With an understandably discouraged patient facing yet another year of treatment (grafting, healing, implant surgery plus integration), here`s how the restorative dentist modified the transitional prosthesis to allow function and comfort.

Parkell Products, Inc. introduces a case study that discusses the creative way one dentist resolved a combination of difficult circumstances, including a patient with hypersensitive tissue and an implant that failed to integrate. With an understandably discouraged patient facing yet another year of treatment (grafting, healing, implant surgery plus integration), here`s how the restorative dentist modified the transitional prosthesis to allow function and comfort.

The heavily-illustrated publication explains the technique employed and shows the step-by-step procedure, including the use of a new, soft-reline product from Parkell. Mucosoft chairside reline solved a number of critical problems, including stability, retention, comfort, and overall patient satisfaction.

To receive a free, nonpromotional copy of this report, contact Parkell Products, Inc., 155 Schmitt Blvd., Farmingdale, NY 11735.