FP1 vs FP3 Is It Time to Re-Consider Our Approach to Full-Arch Implantology?
Dr. Martin Wanendeya graduated from the University of Bristol in 1995, and since 2004 he has been a partner at Ten Dental, an interdisciplinary specialist referral practice in Clapham, south London, where his work is limited to implant and Aesthetic Dentistry. He has been awarded the Diploma in Implant Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons, England, at the advanced level, and alongside this has several external teaching commitments.
He is a lecturer in the Master in Aesthetics program at the University of Frankfurt. He is a full member of the British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry. He has a special interest in digital implant dentistry and digital smile design and has lectured internationally on all aspects of implant dentistry.
He enjoys time with his family, art, music and photography in his spare time.
Disclosure: Dr. Wanendeya has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
For a long time, we have thought about full arch restorations regarding the original all-on-4 protocol from Malo. Is it time we assessed our cases to see if this tissue can be preserved and used or even augmented before we remove it? Is it time to think of preservation? Augmentation? Precision placement?
- To understand the diagnosis, treatment planning and execution of FP1 full arch bridges
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