Implant Crown Placed On 35 Site
Patient presents for cementation of final crown on her implant. The healing cap is removed and abutement screwed into place. The crown is then cemented over top the abutment. Refering to the picture on the left, the implanted tooth is the middle tooth directly in front of the molar tooth.
I will bring the patient back in 2-3 weeks to check the health of the gums and make sure everything looks and feels okay.
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