Periodontally Involved mandibular anterior. What Treatment Plan would you propose?

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Posted on By Jorge Campos In Implants

Let´s study this case: on the lower mandible there are 8 teeth, with little bone insertion but still restorable. Many periodontic oriented would like to restore them in a classical way. My point of view is that we have more long term confidence with PET preserving way.
I use the Socket Shield and the root submergence technique to preserve natural tissues around my implants.
The SPOT drilling technique provides a lot of dentin to fill the gap.




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Mixed Dentin+autologous bone coming from drilling was used for gap filling.


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One of the BEST PET Cases I have ever seen. You managed this area perfectly in my opinion. Kept the good, maintained the ridge dimensions and offered the patient a more natural restoration...avoided significant bone and ridge reduction and more likely soft tissue issues....Well done Maestro. regards Mo


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Thanks Mo, as you say, this is IMHO the best way to treat this cases. In the past, 6 years ago, I treated as PLAN A, but now we ´re on the PET´s crest wave. We see different our cases thanks to PET ideas.
Regards
Jorge


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