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Combination Teeth and Implants Reconstruction of the Mandible - Case Presentation

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This presentation by Dr. Paul Kozy shares his management and reconstruction of a partially edentulous mandible opposing a maxillary denture. Soft Tissue management and grafting of posterior implants lacking attached tissue are demonstrated. In addition, temporization, impressions and restorative management are also presented to completion.

Date Added:
3/7/2011

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Paul S Kozy, DDS Paul S Kozy, DDS
Dr. Paul S. Kozy practices Advanced Implant, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Dentistry in Toledo, Ohio with his daughters, Dr. Bridget Kozy Snyder and Dr. Jacqueline Kozy.<...
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Questions & Comments
Paul Kozy DDS - (9/4/2012 9:21 AM)

Soumi, I agree that Emax canine to canine would have been a better choice. I still think porcelain/metal is the standard for comparison and would have been best here. Indeed it is a concern that the lower may "overpower" the upper longterm. Thanks for your comments. Paul Kozy

Soumi SenGupta - (4/18/2012 3:30 PM)

Hi Dr Kozy Needless to say the clinical work is excellent as is the presentation. However the following points drew my attention. a)Why e max over such a long span and why a triple abutment on one side and a double abutment on the other side?Surly canine to cane would suffice..there is no additional strength in a 9 unit bridge ...perhaps an OH issue though? Perhaps you felt you can because the opposing is a denture...but then why the double and triple abutting? b) Surely this lower jaw is much stronger bio mechanically than the upper.I would have thought some consideration for implant therapy for the upper would be in place as now the upper ridge will get hammered? Perhaps that was part of the treatment plan...then it brings me back to point A. many thanks Dr S

tural ismayilov - (3/6/2012 2:51 PM)

hi dr Kozy please tell me its good implant+teeth?its normally?

vinay pandurangi - (6/10/2011 11:26 AM)

good to view nice and clean clinical dentitry.

Paul Kozy DDS - (5/19/2011 6:54 AM)

Gabriel,
Esthetics was not a concern in this area and thus it eliminated an interface for plaque accumulation.
Thanks for asking.

gabriel velasquez - (5/17/2011 2:40 PM)

Hi Dr. Kozy, congratulations, I have a question, why in the restorations of the implants did you leave that gingival gold zone?...thanks.....

Mark Neale - (4/21/2011 2:11 AM)

Thanks Paul, very informative and well executed as well as a nice result.

Paul Kozy DDS - (4/18/2011 10:14 AM)

Thank you Simon and others, I try and show "Reality" Dentistry. I'm thinking what's best for the patient at their budget level. Not what will look prettiest in pictures.

Simon Milbauer - (4/18/2011 5:11 AM)

I find this video very informative and educational. Step by step treatment planning in a difficult case. Very nice lab work and professional clinical execution with great attention to detail. Dr Vicioso,please show us some of your cases.

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