A patient has two implants placed in the No. 7 and No. 10 positions. Surgery goes fine.
Tissues are healthy. Implants are perfectly placed as verified by computed tomography (CT).
Uncovering is uneventful with plenty of keratinized tissue on the facial, and there is a great emergence profile.
The patient returns to her restorative dentist for fabrication of the final abutments and a temporary, fixed prosthesis.