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What to do when you only have room for one implant?

What to do when you only have room for one implant?

1/20/2016 6:08:45 PM   |   Comments: 0   |   Views: 107
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 In this situation, the patient had two primary teeth in the anterior mandible that had a poor five year prognosis.  The two teeth were extracted and I decided to place one NP Nobel implant and cantilever the restoration.  I only had room for one NP implant.  Would you treat the same way, or place the one implant in the embrasure, try to place two even smaller mini-implants or prepare the adjacent canines for a fixed dental prosthesis?  
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