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Replacing Maxillary Lateral Incisors Implants

The biggest problem in replacing lateral incisors with dental implants is the lack of room available for implant placement. It is up to the orthodontist to insure that there is enough room for an implant and that the roots are properly positioned to allow full implant placement. In most instances, it is necessary to use a small diameter implant. In this phot, I am using an Intra-Lock 3.3mm diameter implant. (BTW this is a different patient). alt
altHere the implant is totally seated. Note that there has been minimal displacement of soft tissues.
A radiograph of the two implants. the orthodontist did a great job in positioning the adjacent teeth...alt

Contact Dr. Davidoff

S. Robert Davidoff, dmd, facp 3695 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
Boynton Beach, Florida 33436
Suite #5
Phone: 561-734-0505
Fax: 561-734-0506
Cell: 561-212-4391
srobert@dental-implants.com
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