Immediate implant in the infected abscess teeth

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Posted on By Daniel Kim In Bone Grafting

I was watching Dr. Luciano Retana's presentation using Xenograph material in no buccal bone cases. I said to myself, that is exactly what I did.
1st case is #30 with buccal abscess with half the buccal bone gone. I placed Anyridge 5.5x10 immediately after the extraction. I lased the area with Periolase prior to implant placement.
2nd case is #9 with bid abscess with no buccal bone. Implant placed and BioOss placed on buccal. I did not place as much bone as Dr. Luciano showed.

Huge abscess on buccal
Immediate implant with Xenograft on buccal, mesial and distal

3month later
6month later


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Not a fan of this style treatment. Tissue can fool you. Only way to properly analyze is through pre and post op CBCT. Also, not a fan of Xenograft over my implants as they do not resorb over time and risks potential spontaneous exfoliation over time. Glad these worked for you but not in my hands. Dr. Salama


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Thanks Dr. Salama for your honest opinion. Only time will tell. When do you think is the best time to take follow up CBCT?


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