One-Time Cortical Lamina by F.I.R.S.T. without Re-entry
The hermetic closure of soft-tissue is crucial for a predictable horizontal bone augmentation. I introduce a case report of a novel minimally invasive approach in presence of adequate amount of keratinized tissue, not published from no one in the literature at this time.
It's the "One-Time Lamina" Concept where the bone graft and the cortical lamina are glued with homologous fibrin sealant to facial bone defects without pins. This is a significant and exclusive application of F.I.R.S.T. - Fibrinogen-Induced Regeneration Sealing Technique. Advantages: Only one surgery. No flap passivation. No periosteum incision. Prosthetic restoration at second step. Patient satisfaction and compliance. Outcomes at 51 days: Soft-tissue hermetic closure around immediate healing abutments. Excellent volume achieved. I will show you the final results in 3 months at prosthetic restoration.