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.
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In this panel 4 Augma bone cement experts will cover lateral augmentation clinical cases with thorough explanations, useful tips and address questions from clinicians. Experts in the panel: Dr. Michael Katzap, USA Dr. Stephane BERG, France Dr. José Camelo Ferreira,
Lateral augmentation procedures for the expansion of narrow bone ridges pose complex challenges for the clinician. First, traditional augmentation techniques require extensive knowledge and experience due to the instability of existing bone grafting materials at the implant site. The more
Socket grafting should be an indispensable part of our daily routine practice for obtaining optimal implant placement and proper functional and aesthetic rehabilitation. Nevertheless, many sockets are left non-grafted after extraction, owing to the complexity and cumbersomeness of traditional grafting
Unerupted tooth #13 (6) was preserved and deciduous #53 (C) was extracted. GBR with Bond Apatite® was done. An implant was placed 4 months post-op, during which time a temporary tooth was connected with braces.
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.
Healthy 44 year old female presents with constant, moderate pain on endodontically treated tooth #30 (46). Three months following endo re-treatment of MB and ML canals, the pain persisted.