PET and tuberosity for the site with partial papilla atrophy

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Posted on By snjezana pohl In Implants

Partial papilla atrophy right central/lateral incisor due to deep pocket distally on the central incisor. Patient didn`t agree to
-regenerative surgery
-bridge
-orthodontic tooth extrusion prior to tooth extraction and implant placement




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Amazing result Snjezana! There was never a better indication for crown lengthening. Did you place the bone block between shield and implant deep in the socket or extending above the shield? Beautiful!


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Thank you, dear Andoni!
Bone piece is placed at the shield level into the gap on the buccal and distal. The posted photography shows the process of placing the graft, it was placed deeper. PRF in poncho on the top of it.
Best regards, it is always a pleasure to discuss cases with you.
Snjezana


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You know how much I love this case. It´s a master class by itself. Improved general outcome by treating only one tooth! The patient must be very happy!
Do you often use the IDR?
Regards
Jorge


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Thank you, Jorge.
I use IDR, but not in all Socket type 2 and 3 cases. I feel so confident with mIVAN technique that I mostly decide to perform mIVAN.
See you soon, can`t await Jornada!
Snjezana


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Agreed. MAS


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