Full 3D Bone & Tissue Augmentation of Anterior Defect

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Bone Grafting

A young patient presented upon referral with a severe 3D horizontal & vertical defect in the mandibular anterior region. Lack of vestibular height, KT and muscle attachment as well as knife edge ridge for future implant replacement. The Tx plan was broken into 3 parts. Part 1. FGG Part. 2 Khoury Plate Autogenous Bone Augmentation Part. 3. Implant Placement with standard Ritter Spiral Implants. Thoughts? Observations? Dr. Salama

Part 2 Bone Augmentation with Plates
Preop

Part 1 FGG & Vestibuloplasty
Bone after 5 months re-entry


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Preop and Postop Bone Augmentation

Bone defect prior to BG
5 months after BG


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Implants Guided into graft site.

Guided Ritter Spirals
Implants placed


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