Late rehabilitation of a case of maxillofacial sports injuries with Frialit-2 implants for predictable good function and aesthetics

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Late rehabilitation of a case of maxillofacial sports injuries with Frialit-2 implants for predictable good function and aesthetics

A.H.M. Ong: Late rehabilitation of a case of maxillofacial sport injuries with Frialit-2implants for predictable good function and aesthetics. Mal. J. Oral Maxillofax. Surg. 2002:2: 30–33.

Abstract:There are many implant systems today but most case reports are basedon studies of the Branemark implants. With the various rehabilitation options andimplant systems available, removable and conventional fixed partial prostheses arebecoming less desirable. Without additional surgery or grafting, patients will optto restore lost anterior teeth with endosseous implants as they can ensure adequatefunction and aesthetic results. Late implant placement in maxillofacial trauma-related cases can enhance the health and quality of life of patients who still enjoysports activities by providing predictable good masticatory function, speech andaesthetics. A case of oral rehabilitation of sports-related injuries using the Frialit-2 implants for the replacement of lost anterior maxillary teeth is reported and itstechnical options as well as long-term review are highlighted.