Bone Augmentation in extracted site with buccal plate deficiency

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Posted on By dr Amos yahav In Bone Grafting

Before the extraction a vertical cut was performed 2 mm into the mobile mucosa, thereafter the flap was reflected and complete debridement was done.
Bond Apatite cement was used to augment the site and the flap was closed with tension directly above the cement for maximal closure. During closure, up to 3 mm of exposure is acceptable, however not more than that. Exposure over 3 mm might lead to cement wash out.
Soft tissue healing can be seen in the follow up pictures, while reentry took place 12 weeks post op.

Before extraction
During extraction

After tooth removal. Missing buccal plate Is evident
Bond apatite cement In place


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Very impressive looking regeneration at 12 week re-entry! How does the regenerated bone "feel" while performing the osteotomy? Good stability obtained? Thanks for sharing.
Krafty


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thank you doctor ,
after 12 week in most of the cases of 2-3 bony walls suport , due to the transformation into the petient own bone and high calcification rate mostly we have type 2 bone .


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Great result here...impressive. regards Dr. S


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