RST & Pedicle CTG technique

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Posted on By sebastian cespedes In Soft Tissue Enhancement

ROOT SUBMERGED TECHNIQUE described in a video format with the addition of a palatal pedicle CTG for submergence of the roots. Thoughts and considerations?

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Good work Sebastian. I like the rotated palatal flaps. Are you planning implants in the laterals? Would love to see follow-up x-rays or CT. Keep us posted on the case.


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Very nice combination of SRT with PCTG. Well done. Keep us posted on the outcome and follow up? Were these teeth vital? Dr. Salama


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Thank you for your case! What was the reason not to crown them? Gregory


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Sebastian very nice video. I´m curious about final prosthesis. Implants on laterals?
I usually cover RST with PRF alone.
Thanks for posting and keep us posted.
Jorge


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thanks for the comments you really motivate too keep sharing , the patient has implants in the laterals already , and after the surgery she went home with a fixed provisional in the implant of 7 and 10 , the 8 has endodontic treatment and 9 was vital but not restorable because the amount of bone lost and the movility , i made just two days ago the surgery i will keep posted the case


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Did you remove the nerve on 9 or did you leave it before covering with graft ?


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Laurent i leave the nerve , there are some old papers where we can se that after this procedure the nerv keeps alive , histological cuts show that it can continue with the conective tissue


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