The use of a rigid preshaped collagen barrier for Regeneration prior to Implant placement

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Bone Grafting

Patient presents at 14 yrs old post ortho with congenitally missing lateral incisor deficiency. Too early skeletally to replace with an implant. Desire to REGEN site and manage with extended longer term resin bonded retainer due to high lipine and vertical growth concerns long term. Thoughts? Dr. Salama

Intra-marrow penetration of defect site
Horizontal defect occlusal view

Fitting of rigid collagen membrane
Placement of graft within membrane


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Finalization of surgery....Bone, membrane, PRGF, CTG and closure.

CTG placed over membrane
Closure with PTFE


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Follow up....2 and 4 yrs.

PA at 2 yrs
RBB at 4yrs


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Any CBCT Post op Mo.


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What's your guidelines for when to place implants on young patients?


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Beautiful case and fabulous photography !!
What kind of collagen membrane is this??"

Regards,
Ehab


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what collegen membrane?


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My daughter has the same problem, she is missing #10 congenitally. She is 18, just finished Ortho. I am not sure I want to do it myself! Gregory


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Tunnel bone graft is another option for this type of cases


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