Large Bone Defect as a Consequence of Roots Fracture
I would like to share with you a case of Dr. Luis Amar,
In this case, a large bone defect as a consequence of fractured roots of the first molar was augmented by
Bond Apatite bone graft cement.
The molar was extracted and a complete debridement of the granulation tissue was performed, followed by
bone grafting with Bond Apatite bone graft cement.
During the augmentation procedure, the flap was minimally reflected and minimally released. Thereafter, the cement was activated within its syringe and ejected directly into the site.
After cement placement, a firm pressure was applied on a dry sterile gauze above the cement for 3 seconds to induce its hardening in place.
The flap was placed directly above the cement without a membrane and was maximally closed with moderate tension.