Buccal and palatial defect through the root apex.

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Posted on By dr Amos yahav In Bone Grafting

After tooth extraction augmentation was performed by using Bond Apatite (Augma Biomaterials) buccal and palatal soft tissue was placed directly on the cement for closure without membrane coverage. And 4-month post-op implant was placed.

Surgery by: Dr. Guy Levi, Periodontist




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How does the new bone holds up over time? Both implants seem to show starting bone resorption.


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Good regenerative result here. regards Dr. Salama


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Thanks Dr.Maurice indeed we get true regeneration of the bone


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Great regeneration. What is the reason for not using the membrane ) (though showing your results clearly you didn’t need it, but I don’t really understand it)


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working with Biphasic calcium sulfate based bone cements reduce the need for membrane .since the material is set and harden and enhable the soft tissue proliferation above it surface . thats gives us the ability to close our flap under tension and not tension free .while the closure can be maximal closure and not neseserly primery closure ,which mean that up to 3 mm exposure is completely fine .
as such your petient can benefits from relatively less invasive surgical procedure and for you as well it more easy and faster


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Salvin
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