Augmentation of the Lower Anterior/Right Region Using Augma Bond Apatite.

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Posted on By David Baranes In Implants

Patient presents with advanced periodontal disease of the lower anterior/right region.

It was decided to remove the failing dentition and replace them with an implant supported restoration.

The gaps had to be filled with Augma Bond Apatite.

Following the removal of the failing teeth,
implants were inserted and the spaced and alveolar ridge were grafted with Bond Apatite bone graft cement.

The flap was then sutured with tension.

One week following the surgery, please note the soft tissue response below a provisional FPD, which is not the most periodontally friendly appliance.

Two weeks post op

One year following surgery, please note the level and nature of the periimplant keratinized soft tissue.




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Any radiographs? Nice and simple treatment. Good indication for this material. Dr. Salama


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Hi David
You have posted quite a bit on XP and seem to bypass any questions asked
It would be great if you could show the radiographs of the bone formation in the cases
This is not meant as a criticism I'd just like to see more evidence


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