I have studied your latest CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) report. The problem with doing an implant where you lost the tooth is that there is very less bone available. This is not because an implant can be totally ruled out, it is because you will have only limited healing or bone growth in that area because you had an adjacent cyst in the neighboring teeth (not much suited for implant integration into the bone). I suggest you go for a bridge instead of a dental implant. To know your probability of success with a bridge or if you want to go ahead, particularly with an implant, then discuss those chances with me here, and I will tell you why.
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.. gone through your query. What is the age of your sister? From your statement, I assume that most of the tooth structure of the same affected teeth fell on its own and the other teeth are good. To guide you better, I would like to see the image of the teeth. Read full
Residual cysts may be defined in oral pathology as retained radicular cysts without the presence of an offending tooth or dentition ... The radiographic presentation of these cysts gives a unilocular, well-defined, radiolucent appearance in 2-D imaging like IOPA (intra-oral periapical radiograph) and OPG (orthopantomogram) . Read full
.. not good for the time being. Allow the molar tooth to become firm. Get an X-ray done to confirm whether there is any periodontal recession.
The bone support may be very less at the area behind where the wisdom tooth was removed, hence more mobility to front tooth. Read full
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