Have you ever wondered about how to tackle an Invisalign or clear aligner case for patients with anterior implants? While there’s a lot to consider here, finding the right solution doesn’t have to be impossible – and so, in line with this, we’ve outlined some of the main things you should consider when treatment planning for your patients.
How to Tackle Invisalign and Clear Aligner Cases for Anterior Implants
When tackling a treatment plan with anterior implants, it’s important to remember that things may not be quite as easy as they normally seem. So, be sure to plan ahead.
Initially, the most important thing to do is to work out who is involved in the patient’s case. Indeed, you won’t be the only professional working for the patient in many cases, as not all general dentists will be equipped to take on anterior implant cases. As such, a periodontist will likely be involved too.
You’ll also want to take a few precautions, too. Make sure the adjacent roots are all parallel and that the size is big enough; if there’s not enough room, you may need to do some lower IPR first to get the best results for the patient.
Final Thoughts
If you have been looking to start an Invisalign or clear aligner case for a patient with anterior implants, you’ll need to take a more specific approach than regular cases.