Minimal invasive surgical procedure for socket grafting and ridge contour preservation
In the following case, the clinical appearance and the CBCT images represent hopeless tooth 19 (37). The tooth should be removed, the preoperative CBCT indicates that after extraction a missing buccal plate will be expected. The tooth was extracted and the socket debrides, thereafter the site was augmented with "Bond Apatite ”bone cement (Augma Biomaterials) surgical technique for BCS(biphasic calcium sulfate) bone cements were used in this cases for the socket and ridge couture augmentation procedure.
*Baraness technique suggesting a minimally invasive flap manipulation and is based on the flap being closed under tension concept which can be implemented when BCS bone cements are used.