EARLY PERIIMPLANTITIS TREATMENT

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Posted on By Luca Mangani In Implants

BUCCAL SOFT TISSUE AUGMENTATION AND ENHANCEMENT AFTER EARLY PERIIMPLANTITIS




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Luca; It does not appear to me as early peri-implantitis. No inflammation and minimal bone loss at crest. It looks more like bone remodelling and resorption following immediate implant placement. In any case, what is your protocol. Other than Fibrin what did you do to mechanically and chemically prepare the implant surface? Thanks Dr. Salama


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thank you Maurice for your high skill level opinion. This implant was placed too buccal from other colleague and the prosthetic connection was screwed wrong.There was an early bone loss around the implant and I decided to approach this case using only two membranes from Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF). The first one was applied directly where the bone was lost, the second I left exposure around the connection. Maybe It was not an early periiimplantitis as you kindly suggested but the final result saving the implant looks nice. Bye,see you soon dear Master


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Caso muy interesante pudiera comentar mas amplio en los tiempos que se presento est6a remodelación despues de la colocacion del implante y las condiciones despues de la colocacion de las membranas, le agradezco, felicidades excelente trabajo


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