A 20 year old was referred to us to perform an implant in area #22 (10) due to agenesis (after orthodontic preparation.) The doctor wants to perform a screwed crown. This requires us to perform the implant outside the frame of the bone. We will treat the dehiscence with Bond Apatite.
In this live surgery, Dr. Jose Camelo Ferreira performs a lateral ridge augmentation that is as less traumatic as possible in the fifth sextant of the mandible to able us to put an implant on the missing inferior left central incisive
The treatment will be done in stages. First, the failing central incisors will be extracted. The narrow ridge in the area of the lateral augmentation will be prepared with decortication and augmentation done using Bond Apatite.
Examination reveals a narrow alveolar crest that will not accommodate implant placements in the molar area. It was decided to perform a ridge augmentation initially, and after a few months of healing to proceed with placement of the implants.