AUTOLOGOUS BONE GRAFTING FOR ATROPHIC MAXILLA

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Posted on By William Escobar In Bone Grafting

Dear friends and colleagues of Dental Xp;

Here I present you a case of a 46 years old woman who is edentulous since the age of 15.

Treatment planification is:

1- Billateral mandibular bone blocks in order to regenerate all the
maxilla.
2- Billateral nasal floors and sinus elevations using the layer
technique
3- 4 Provisional thin implants (2´5 mm ) in
order to place a cemented inmediate denture. In the
future,once everything healed, we will remove or cut them.
4- We will place 6 /8 maxillary implants and 5 interforaminal ones
in 4 months time
5- We will do some mucogingival and gum grafting during 2nd
stage.

All the best,

William




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Amazing stuff here William. With such an atrophic mandible and the amount of bone harvested, would you not worry about a mandibular fracture? Thanks for sharing!


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Aupa Andoni, Thanks for your kind words. Of course it's quite limit, but we preserved the basal bone in order to avoid fractures, and patient won't wear anything on the mandible during at least 2 months. Diet will Be just soft food. Thanks once again, all the best


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