What to Expect – Soft Tissue Healing

  • Working with bone cements results in true bone regeneration, with over 90% patient’s own bone.
  • The healing process differ from many other bone substitutes, and there might be major differences in appearance between traditional grafting and Augma bone cement grafting.
  • At the first stage, soft tissue proliferation might appear as if the material has collapsed or has washed out. This appearance does not indicate that the grafting procedure was not successful.
  • Three months post-op a complete soft tissue maturation will be evident.
  • Please view the following phases emphasizing the healing process, including soft and hard tissue healing and radiographic appearance.

Case 1

Soft Tissue & Radiogrpahic

Soft Tissue & Radiogrpahic

Soft Tissue & Radiogrpahic

Soft Tissue & Radiogrpahic

Soft Tissue & Radiogrpahic

Hard Tissue & Histology

True regeneration resulting in over 90% vital bone

Case 2

Tooth Removal and Graft Placement

Soft Tissue After Removal of Protective Barrier

Soft Tissue & Hard Tissue With Implant in Place

Case 3

Tooth Removal and Graft Placement

Soft Tissue Before & After Removal of Protective Barrier

Soft Tissue & CBCT

Case 4

Soft Tissue

Soft Tissue

Soft Tissue

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