Premolar extraction with bone graft and immediate implant

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Posted on By José Ferreira In Bone Grafting

A healthy 50 years old male patient comes to the office with complaints of pain and swollen in the left cheek. After an oral and complementary exames we see that he have a cyst with an active fistula on the second left inferior premolar (#45) and a total absence of the buccal bone wall.

The chosen treatment was, after one week of antibiotherapy, the extraction of the tooth and immediate placement of an implante with an Augma bonde cement immediate bone graft.

Case and planning
Implant Placement

bone graft with bone cement
4 months after


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Impressive regeneration. Always looks so messy but apparently does the job. Most impressive is the SOFT Tissue changes from preop. Well done. Thanks for sharing. Dr. Salama


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Thank you Dr Salama.


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