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Ridge augmentation using CT graft
Posted on 02.08.2016 08:57 PM By Ahmad Hawasli In Soft Tissue Enhancement
Patient presented with ridge deficiency after implant failure tooth # 7. Ridge augmentation was done by using connective tissue graft. No bone grafts was used in this case. Your thoughts and recommendation to approach such cases are highly appreciated!.
Dr. Ahmad Hawasli
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andoni jones says on 02.09.2016 03:00 PM
Nice result considering it was a tough case! You de-epitelized the tuberosity graft before covering it with the flap right?
Maurice Salama says on 02.09.2016 03:31 PM
Great recovery with Tissue....did you consider Ortho extrusion to re-establish IHB for papilla on adjacent teeth? Thanks Dr. Salama
Ahmad Hawasli says on 02.09.2016 10:09 PM
Thank you Dr.Salama..
It is a good idea to do ortho extrusion for the abutment teeth to creat papilla. How much milimeter and time do you think it needs for such case to creat lost papilla by ortho Dr. Salama?.
Ahmad Hawasli says on 02.09.2016 09:59 PM
Yes I did de-epithelization for the graft.
Matthew Giulianelli says on 02.10.2016 10:32 AM
Did you let the donor site granulate in or did you place something type of collagen wound dressing? Thanks, nice case
Ahmad Hawasli says on 02.10.2016 10:24 PM
Thank you Matthew, yes I placed CollaCote " Collagen dressing".