This clinical report describes the replacement of a traumatized maxillary canine that was extracted after unsuccessful orthodontic extrusion with an implant-supported restoration. Guided bone regeneration surgery was performed, followed by a second surgery with implant placement plus simultaneous bone and tissue regeneration. Esthetics and function were achieved with the placement of a veneered zirconia implant-supported restoration.
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Published online: February 25, 2021
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