Control Bleeding using 3D Bond
Mass bleeding during a surgical procedure can cause a very unpleasant and time-consuming situation.
This case: during an extraction and cyst removal there was a burst in an artery followed by persistent bleeding. Bleeding control was achieved very easily with the use of biphasic calcium sulfate cement, “3D Bond ™”. The graft was ejected on site and with the help of dry gauze, firmly compressed for a few seconds. The massive bleeding stopped immediately and the procedure resumed by adding layers of 3D Bond ™ to augment the site. No membrane was used.
As can be seen in the 3 months post op video, 3D Bond’s short maintaining behavior did not compromise the outcome. This was due to the defect morphology and the supporting bony walls.
Upon re-entry, we can see the results: 100% vital bone regeneration.