Bone reconstruction in the aesthetic zone - Dr. David Baranes D.M.D
In the following case, a 30 years old female came to the clinic describing discomfort feeling and tooth mobility of the left upper lateral incisive. During clinical evaluation, a fistula was detached buccally near the apex zone of the tooth. preapical radiographic evaluation reveals a large radiolucency in connection with the tooth apex.
The treatment plan was to extract the tooth and to remove the lesion .to augment and to place an implant at the second stage.
After the extraction and the site preparation for augmentation Bone Apatite cement was used as a graft material .the soft tissue was primarily closed directly above the graft without using any membrane.
3 months post op one piece implant was placed and load with a provisional acrylic crown.