3D Autogenous Bone Augmentation

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Posted on By Howard Gluckman In Bone Grafting

This case had massive bone destruction from apical infections left for manny years. The buccal palatial destruction was clearly evident when opening but more bone was needed than expected. Ramos and chin was harvested and graft stabilized with both buccal and occlusal blocks. The palatal was supported by periosteum.
4 months healing then onto 2 implants in the 12 and 21 areas.


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10 Comments

Howie, a true master! The perfect curvature on buccal is a great detail on this masterpiece. Congrats for your educational work. Thanks again, Jorge


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Thanks My friend.


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This is just beautiful ... !!


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Excelente rompecabezas Howard !!! Mis felicitaciones !!


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thank you gentlemen


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Great Case Howie! Always looking forward to see your cases and learn! Do you have 3D pictures of your implant placement? Best Regards, Gregory


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Gregory we have not placed the implants yet. `we will place them in about 4-5 months. I will keep you up to date


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Howie, remarkable. I have never harvested from both chin and ramus at the same time. What are the patient management and surgical concerns? Thanks again Mo


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Thanks Mo. I don’t often harvest from both but whe I opened this case and the amount of bone damage I saw it became clear I needed more bone. However that being said the patient took pain killers the first night and then nothing after that. I often harvest both the left and right ramps for full arch cases. I have never had an issue.


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Incredible.


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