This patient presented with a broken 25 year old bridge replacing a missing front tooth. I re-prepped the teeth, digitally scanned the impression, computer designed a new bridge, 3D printed it out and cemented it in. Totally awesome!!!
Dr. Karim Elkenawy recently completed a 1 year Fellowship, followed by a 2 year Advanced General Dentistry Residency at The University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Prior to The University of Maryland, Dr. Elkenawy, graduated in 2010 from Ain Shams University Dental School in Cairo, Egypt. He then finished 3 years post-doctorate training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Cairo University, while teaching at The British Dental University in Egypt. He comes from a family of dentists, his father and brother are dentists, and he has over 8 years of clinical experience as a dentist treating patients. He is a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, (The National Dental Honor Society) and The Academy of General Dentistry.
I first noticed Dr. Elkenawy’s excellent dentistry and wonderful patient care in the Advanced General Dentistry Clinic at The University of Maryland, and am so happy that he has joined us :-)))
This patient presented with a broken off upper right canine tooth. We extracted the remaining tooth root, placed an immediate titanium implant and restored with a zirconium abutment and porcelain crown. Very nice lady, fun case with beautiful results :-)))
This patient presented with severe pain to biting and cold on his upper right first premolar tooth. CT scan confirmed fracture and angular bone loss. Tooth non-restorable-extracted and implant placed. New computer designed 3D printed tooth looks great and he can eat again on the right side.
This patient presented with a broken off upper right bicuspid tooth. The tooth was extracted and implant placed. Following healing I delivered a beautiful computer designed-3D printed, screw retained zirconia/titanium implant abutment and crown- awesome!!!
For this implant bridge case I digitally scanned in the impression of his teeth, implant abutments, and bite. Then computer designed and 3D printed out the bridge. Then screwed it into his mouth. Turned out perfect and the patient was very pleased :-)))
This patient presented with a broken lower implant. I originally restored this implant crown a few years ago, and I was quite surprised and curious as to why it broke. This is very rare, and I used all the best, highest quality, Swiss made, Straumann Implant parts. The implant porcelain crown and titanium abutment broke apart leaving the screw still in the implant. She clenches and grinds her teeth, but still, this should not have occurred. I redid the implant crown and did not charge the patient. These are the clinical pictures: