Peri-implantitis and extensive bone loss

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Posted on By David Baranes In Implants

A patient in his 70's present #26 (42) and #23 (32) infected implants that we decided to remove, the infection has spread to the collateral implants which we decided to keep.The bone deficit caused by the infection of the implants is very extensive, and we cleaned the granulation tissue and filled the augmented site with the help of Bond Apatite. After 3 months the bone deficit is completely repaired, moreover, the newly formed bone obtained has healed the peri-implantitis in the implants that were not taken out.

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Impressive. Would be interesting to get a histological specimen or core? regards Dr. Salama


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