3 months results grafting with Augma Bond Apatite

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Posted on By José Ferreira In Bone Grafting

Patient with generalized mandibular periodontitis who wants to do a fixed rehabilitation and recover lost function and aesthetics. The mandibular bone had several areas with large bone defects even before we extracted all the mandibular teeth. It was therefore decided to divide the treatment into two surgeries spaced 3 months apart:

- in the first surgery, we grafted the bone defects with Augma Bond Apatite, placed two implants in the canine area with locater abutments and a removable acrylic prosthesis;

- 3 months later we did the second surgery and transformed the first treatment into an All-on-5 rehabilitation and adapted the removable prosthesis for a provisional fixed hybrid prosthesis.

For me personally, this work may not have anything very technically special about it, but in respectl of the results obtained with the bone cement graft of calcium sulfate in the correction of bone defects in just 3, my opinion is very different. This I have found really incredible and that's why I have decided to share the case.

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Augma graft

2th surgery
3 months after grafting


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This is the post Op. Ortopantomography

Final X-ray


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Really nice case Jose. I like your grafting material. Looks like magic. Have you ever take a trephine to do an histological study?. Why Did you choose "All on Five" and not "All on 4"? I think that the area of the central incisors of the jaw is very compromised. What do you think?

Thank you,

Emilio


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