3D Bone Reconstruction in the aesthetic area with Xenograft

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Posted on By Emilio Rodriguez-Fernández In Bone Grafting

A 56 years old woman in good general health condition, non smoker, and with missing teeth and bone defect (3D) in the anterior maxilla. I proposed a dental extraction of the canine (periodontal) and a 3D bone reconstruction using porcine lamina to restore the buccal and the palatal plates, then grafting the gap with autologous bone chips and xenograft, and a resolvable collagen membrane. Here I show to you the primary results after 3 weeks. I hope you like it!


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Thanks

Emilio

Initial situation
3D reconstruction

Grafting
suture nylon 5/0


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6 Comments

Nice case. I am looking forward to the re-entry and results. How long do you wait before re-entering these sites with the porcine lamina bone?


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Hi Naheed! Thank you for your comment. I usually wait for 9 months before the re-entry.


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Impressive indeed!!! COMPLIMENTS. Maurice


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Thanks a lot!!! I just want to try to find new ways to approach this kind of cases.


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It’s a really very good job! Just few cases seen. Great. Can’t wait for the nexts. Thanks for sharing. Beatrice


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Thank you Beatrice!

Of course I will! Give me some time.

My best,

Emilio


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