Replacement of two Mandibular Molars by: Dr. Pascal Eppe, Belgium

This case presents the replacement of two molars with two zirconia ceramic implants and restored with PEEK-reinforced bridge

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Dr. Noumbissi obtained his Doctorate in Dentistry from Howard University College of Dentistry in Washington DC. After obtaining his DDS, he was selected to attend the three-year dental implantology residency program at Loma Linda University Advanced Education Program in Implant Dentistry where he earned a certificate in Oral Implantology and a Master’s of Science degree in Implant Surgery. He is a published author and lectures at academies and professional meetings. He is active in research that furthers the science of Implant Dentistry. His area of research is focused in the fields of hard and soft tissue reconstruction and implant integration to bone. Dr. Noumbissi is a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Implant and Advanced Clinical Dentistry. He is a member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, the International Academy of Ceramic Implantology, the Academy of Osseointegration and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Wichita State University postgraduate program in Advanced General Dentistry. Dr. Noumbissi is the founder, current owner and president of Miles of Smiles Institute for Dental Implantology LLC, a holistic dental implantology practice that delivers state of the art metal-free dental implant care and advanced dental implant education to dentists from around the world, by integrating advanced technology, natural healing philosophies and strong scientific concepts. Dr. Noumbissi also maintains a private practice limited to Implant Surgery and 3D dental imaging in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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  • Gregoire
    2:28 pm - March 28, 2016. Reply

    Très beau cas et j’aime le parallélisme des 2 implants et la position parfaite des émergences.
    La zone grise de la 35 attire le regard…

    C’est tentant de passer au métal free ;-))


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