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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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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