In this live surgery video we see multiple extractions and augmentation in order to prevent bone loss and maintain healthy bone. This case demonstrates the importance of augmentation procedures for preventing bone loss and maintaining healthy bone, regardless of the
The patient is a woman in her 50’s, who came a day before a family event for a fixed prothetelic supported by immediate implant placement. Canine in a classic vestibular position, it will be necessary to try to keep the buccal bone wall as much as possible and reconstruct the ridge.
Teeth #12 (7) & #22 (10) are extracted with immediate implants. The soft and hard tissue is augmented with bone cements and a wound dressing is used to promote healing. Follow up takes place over the next 200 days until the final crowns are placed.
No need to raise a flap. Extract the tooth and prepare the socket for grafting. Eject the cement into the socket. Press firmly over the cement for 3 seconds using dry sterile unfolded gauze and finger pressure followed by another 3-second press with
Protect the cement by covering it with a collagen sponge and secure the sponge in place to the surrounding soft tissue by an initial suture, thereafter with a cross suturing above. During the initial stage of healing, the cement should not be left exposed.
A 43-year-old woman came for consultation 3 days after losing tooth #11 (8) due to trauma. The patient has a history of periodontitis and tooth mobility, and she brought her tooth with her in her hand. The patient just wanted to have her tooth back. The patient is a smoker. Tooth #13 (6) had already been replaced with an implant for the same reason about 10 years ago.
This webinar covers the work with bone cements from multiple aspects. For new users, This webinar provides you practical tips which increase predicatbility and clinical success. For existing users across all levels, this webinar will allow you to elevate your