Buccal Bone Augmentation using Khoury Bone plates

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Posted on By Howard Gluckman In Bone Grafting

Autogenous bone is the gold standard and has the quickest turnover time as well as the least complications. Although the increased morbidity is an issue informing your patients of the possible treatment options gives them a choice in which direction they want to go. This guy chose speed and least complications. Here we harvested bone form the rams and split the bone into 2 plates and then screwed them into place thus replacing the cortical lamina. Autogenous bone chip is then packed into the void to create the medulla. This case will be ready in 3 months for exposure and provisionalisation. The screws will only be removed if they are an aesthetic problem.




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Simply beautiful


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Thanks Antoni


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Howie; would you use the Botiss plates instead today? Beautiful surgical skills on display. Thanks for sharing. Mo


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Mo I answered on the other side


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